How do I clean a vinyl shower curtain without a washing machine?
Any tips on a good way to clean a vinyl shower curtain without using a washing machine? Can I soak it in the tub with something? Any help would be appreciated, thank you!
Would soaking it with baking soda, vinegar, detergent, some combo...etc, help?
- Brian ALv 71 decade agoBest answer
If this is just a cheapo shower curtain liner, just toss it and buy a new one. They only cost like $2. If this is a "fancy" one with a pattern or something, fill the tub with water and maybe a 1/4 bottle of bleach and let it soak for an hour. Then drain and rinse. Then buy a cheap, clear liner that can be throw away to keep the good curtain clean.
- MISTYLv 71 decade ago
Bam and elbow grease. Would be much easier to get a new one. Try soaking it in vinegar and oxy clean first in the tub with a little hot water.
- Tony ALv 61 decade ago
I take mine down, lay it flat on the floor and use some "elbow grease", which is an English term for a bit of physical work. If you use washing up liquid or soap powder, with water of course, you will find it cleans easily. Rinse it after, job done in 5 minutes or so.
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- 4 years ago
I wash mine in the washing machine by itself hot water and regular laundry detergent. After the first wash cycle, I stop the machine before it can drain and spin and take it out. I then transfer it back to the bathroom in a laundry basket still wet and hang it back up to dry on the curtain rod. It comes out just like new.
- madsmaha1Lv 71 decade ago
Soak it in the tub with some bleach and detergent..
- 1 decade ago
The easiest way that I have found is to spread it out on the deck floor, wet it, put a drop or two of liquid cleanser on it, and sponge mop it. Then I drape it across the deck rail in the sun for a few minutes. It dries nice, neat, and wrinkle free.
- Texas TLv 61 decade ago
Soak it in the tub. If it's just dirty, use something like Dawn, but if it's moldy, add some bleach.
- 1 decade ago
spray it with a product like lime away, then rinse really well