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    How can I clean a shower to reduce the risk of infection from bacteria?

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    How to clean a shower to reduce the risk of infection from bacteria? What products should I use to clean a shower and the standing area? Do I need to stay outside of the bathroom after applying these products and will I need to wipe it away, wash it down etc. before using the shower again? Thanks!

    Asked by Karen on 12th May 2022
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    "Bacteria dies at temperatures above sixty degrees so run the shower as hot as possible to clean through, for products you can use white vinegar Wipe down with damp sponges, also use anti-bacterial sprays and follow the instructions on the reverse of the bottle, hope this helps."

    Answered on 12th May 2022 - Member since Mar 2017 - report

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