How to Clean RV Showers

The process of cleaning RV showers is no different from cleaning the bathroom in your home. However, due to the small space and unconventional plumbing system, it would be best to use only mild cleaners that are devoid of harsh chemicals. Learn to efficiently and quickly clean your RV showers with a few simple steps.

Tools and Materials Needed:

  • Dish soap
  • White vinegar
  • Spray bottle
  • Nylon sponge
  • Dryer sheet
  • Fabric conditioner

Step 1 – Mix Ingredients

Mix a cup of white vinegar to 1 tbsp. of dish soap in a handy spray bottle. Add 2 cups of water to the mixture and shake well.

Step 2 – Spray on Shower Stall

Spray the mixture to the shower stall and let stand for a few seconds before wiping off with a nylon sponge. Turn on the shower and rinse the stalls well. Soap scum and other residue will be easily removed using this mixture. You may also use a dryer sheet (of your preferred scent) to efficiently remove traces of soap and dirt on your RV showers. Spray the shower stall with water and use a wet dryer sheet to wipe off soap scum from the shower stalls. You may use at least 3 dryer sheets to clean the entire shower.

Step 3 – Clean the Shower Floor

Pour a cap of fabric conditioner into the shower floor and wipe with a nylon sponge. You may use an acrylic-safe scrub brush for severely textured surfaces. Let stand for 10 minutes and rinse off with water.

Performing the methods stated above will result in clean, fresh smelling RV showers each and every time. Remember to clean the showers at least once a week to maintain a bright and lively appearance.