6 Reasons Why Shower Deep Cleaning is Important

6 Reasons Why you should Deep Clean your Shower

SEO D'Sapone, December 2, 2019

Showers are attacked by a lot of villains waiting to sneak in the tile, grout or settle on the glass and walls, thereby making the area stink, become unhygienic and also ruin the aesthetics. You can omit cleaning your house once in a while, but you cannot ignore your shower cleaning. When cleaning your shower, you need to categorize it into different parts so that you do not leave any area of your shower. But before we head to that, let us read in-depth about the reasons why shower deep cleaning is necessary.Shower Tile and Grout CleaningDifference Between Deep Cleaning and Regular Cleaning:

While you do regular cleaning, it does not render permanent results and you might be cleaning your surfaces without addressing the underlying deeper issues. Deep cleaning attacks some further hidden problems which you otherwise tend to ignore. Regular cleaning is something that is done on a daily basis to wipe off the superficial dust, dirt and water settled on your surfaces, but deep cleaning is something beyond. Here is why you should deep clean your showers.

Reasons Why you should Deep Clean your Shower:

  • Deep Clean your Tile and Grout to Eliminate Mold and Mildew Buildup

    If you have used natural stone tile in your shower, then due to the porosity factor, water penetrates deep within the surface. Just like porous natural stone tile, grout used in between two tiles to join them is porous too. This sand-cement mix has the tendency to absorb water, thereby giving birth to mold and mildew formation. Grout also gets stained easily. This, if ignored, leads to mold and mildew breeding within the tile and grout surface. Mold if left ignored, turns blackish green in sometime, thereby ruining the aesthetics of your surface. Moreover, mold also causes respiratory hazards. It also reeks of a bad odor.

    When you deep clean your porous tile and grout with penetrating shower-approved cleaners, you eliminate the hidden germs and mold inside and thoroughly sanitize the surface. Shower tile and grout cleaning ensure that your wall and flooring are thoroughly clean and germ-free.

  • Deep Clean your Shower Glass to Maintain their Integrity for Long

    Glass used in your shower doors tend to accumulate soap scum and other debris on its surface, which eventually deteriorate the clarity and beauty of the surface. When you clean it with regular cleaners, you do remove the superficial dust and stains, but over a period of time, you find your glass surfaces to lose their shine. Moreover, those who get hard water in their taps, often face an issue with water dots and hard water stains on their glass surfaces.Cleaning Shower Glass DoorsWhen you deep clean shower glass doors with high-quality glass-approved cleaners, you not only remove these nasty looking stains, you also render a natural sparkle on the glass, making them look as good as new.

  • Deep Clean your Surfaces to Tackle Deeper and Stubborn Stains 

    As natural stone shower surfaces are porous, the stains forming on the top of the flooring and walls gradually penetrate deeper into the pores, leading to further dense and rigid stain formation. These rigid stains do not go away easily with regular cleaners. Moreover, if not removed soon, they keep accumulating further dirt and debris, making it difficult for you to remove them easily.When you deep clean your surfaces with strong and shower- approved cleaners, you eliminate all deep-rooted and stubborn stains and ensure that your surfaces are spic and span.

  • Clean your Showers Well to Prevent Any Sort of Health Hazards 

    Now that you know why all separate areas of a shower need deep cleaning, you must keep in mind that the prime reason for cleaning each area deeply is to avoid any kind of health hazard. Mold causes respiratory issues, eye infections and also reeks a bad odor. Fungi and bacteria residing in the shower corners may further aggravate your open wounds if any.

  • Deep Clean your Showers to Tackle Efflorescence

    Efflorescence can be easily mistaken for dirt and debris mixed with water, while it is a cement mix that gets runny after mixing with the leaking water from your tile. This runny liquid further gets on to the surface. The water evaporates, leaving the dirty looking cement patch on your costly tile. It may even clog your drains and even crack your tile. This occurs due to a faulty installation process or when water seeps in from somewhere and disturbs the underlayment of the tile.

    When you deep clean your surfaces, you tackle efflorescence too. It needs to be removed by professionals who use high-quality chemicals to scrape off this cement layer and also pack and seal the leakage in your tile to prevent further occurrence.Efflorescence in a Shower Tile

  • Deep Clean your Showers to Address Caulking Issues 

    When you clean your shower as a daily chore, you do notice your peeling or cracking caulk, but you tend to ignore it. A peeling or cracking caulk lets water stagnate in its gaps, leading to mold and germ breeding.

    When you deep clean your showers, you should first remove this deteriorated caulk immediately and thoroughly sanitize your shower corners with strong and deep-penetrating cleaners. Later, you should seal them with strong epoxy resin sealers which make the surface water-proof permanently. A deep cleaning shower job is incomplete without replacing caulk with permanent adhesives or fillers.

    This way, when you deep clean your showers, you see to it that not a single trace of germ, mold or stain finds it way into your surfaces and you also take steps to prevent further breeding.

How to Prevent Further Frequent Staining of Shower Tile, Grout, Bathtub and Glass?

Once you have thoroughly performed your shower cleaning, you cannot guarantee that stains will not form again. To ensure that your surfaces do not get dirty or moldy again, you should seal the surfaces. Shower tile sealing can be done by using topical sealers that deliver a water-proof layer on the surface, thereby preventing further moisture entry. But you cannot seal the tile unless you perform shower grout sealing. Once you have cleaned the grout well, you need to let it dry and then use epoxy resin sealers to seal the surface. If you seal the tile without sealing the grout, then the mold present inside will quickly spread on the entire surface.

Shower Tile and Grout CleaningAll these problems with shower make it crucial for you to indulge in deep cleaning. If you feel the entire process seems too overwhelming, you can call our experts at D'Sapone® to perform a complete shower restoration service for you. We also offer services for efflorescence removal and repair of cracked tile and grout. Visit us today at dsapone.com for more information.


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