Attack Shower Mold and Mildew
After plenty of use, mildew can begin to grow on your shower curtain liner. When this happens, you have a few options.
The first is to toss the old liner in favor of a new one, which can mean purchasing a new liner often and this may not be the most budget-friendly choice.
Second to that, you can remove the mildew by scrubbing it. Not only is this a gross process, it’s labor-intensive when it doesn’t need to be!
Instead, spray Wet and Forget Shower on your shower curtain liner! One easy application each week is all it takes to remove soap scum and shower grime.
Regular maintenance means you won’t constantly have to scrub and scrub and scrub (or throw away) shower curtain liners.
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