Does anyone else get tired of cleaning the shower only to see soap scum or mold & mildew return over and over again?
Oh my word, I can’t take it anymore!!! And since I’m super busy I’m always on the lookout for something new that will save me time and aggravation.
After speaking with other friends who have similar bathroom issues I decided to try Wet and Forget Shower. I’ve had an awesome experience with the original Wet and Forget that you use on patios and exterior siding. And this prompted me to try their shower product.
Plus, the company actually asked me to use it since I’ve been a vocal advocate. I bought Wet and Forget Shower with my own money. One of my policies is to have no freebies for reviews because I want to be unbiased with my thoughts.
The review will take 8 weeks. I stopped cleaning my shower about a week before starting Wet and Forget Shower. This admittedly grossed me out a little bit and I decided I couldn’t stop using a squeegee on the floor tile (sorry, I just can’t bring myself to stop this).
At the advice of my friend Jeremy I’m doing a comparison whereby the left side of the wall or shower door is untreated and the right side gets Wet and Forget Shower. I’m only using Wet and Forget Shower once a week per the directions, and will elaborate on how I used it in a later post.
Here’s a short video showing you my shower and no, I’m not naked in it!!!!
[tubepress video = ” gBGAVf7ffeM”]
Right now I’m at Week 2 and have noticed a difference already. But I wanna see if the results are alarming or just ho hum (meaning it’s not worth your time or money to buy this product). My hunch is that you’ll be pleased with what I’m experiencing.
I say this because I’m doing a similar experiment with my patio using the outdoor Wet and Forget. And already my wife and I can see a big difference. You’ll have to wait until the spring to see the results of this trial.
Mold or soap scum in showers is not only vulgar, it’s downright embarrassing (especially if you have house guests). Stay tuned into Home Repair Tutor to see how this experiment turns out, I guarantee you’ll learn something new 🙂
Make it a great day!
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