I also found where you can clean cultured marble & tile with water & peroxide. I'll post the correct mix tonight when I get home for anyone who needs it. I can say that this ABSOLUTELY works!! I tried this on my marble shower before recaulking it. As long as the sponge/rag is clean, it will cut through soap scum like Dawn on grease!
I love my shower - especially when the boys were little. We had more than enough room for them to shower with me without knocking them over every time I turned around. But I admit, it is a pain to clean b/c of the care that has to be taken with it (no harsh chemicals, nothing abrasive, etc). Then you have to re-seal it every 6-12 months to make ensure that it lasts.
I'm sure this mixture will work on all surfaces for soap scum. And you wouldn't have to breathe any harsh fumes
Sure. Keep in mind that I'm still working on changing/fixing some things, so stuff is everywhere. This bathroom is also supposed to be the master bathroom, but my hubby made some adjustments and moved a few walls on the interior but forgot to compensate on the outside walls. hindsight's 20/20 huh
Our initial plan was to install shower doors, but that has not happened yet. I've gotten by for so long with a shower curtain that I'm not sure I would know how to react with shower doors
Ok, so in my never ending task to finding ways to clean things around the house the first time with very little effort - I have found something else.
Scrubbing bubbles bathroom cleaning foam spray cuts through hairspray like Dawn cuts through grease. I had a chrome towel rack that was covered in hairspray and looked dull & dirty. I sprayed the Scrubbing bubbles on it, let it set until the foam started running like water and and wiped it off. I then took a damp cloth and finished wiping the towel rack down just to remove all of the scrubbing bubbles chemicals off of it. It came out looking like I had just taken it out of the package. Cleaning the towel rack took less than 5 minutes and there was absolutely no scrubbing or scraping of hairspray residue! I also cleaned the brass doorknob and it worked like a charm there as well. The key is to let it sit until the foam no longer clings to the surface (which doesn't take long at all).