Posts tagged with «spray once»

Most Frequently Forgotten Shower Surfaces to Clean

There are many parts of your shower where soap scum and shower grime can hide.  Using Wet & Forget Shower can make it easy to keep these surfaces squeekly clean by simply spraying all your shower surfaces down each week and rinsing cleaning. To ensure your entire shower is clean check out our list of the most frequently forgotten shower surfaces to clean. Shower Base For many, getting the shower base clean and keeping it clean is an ongoing struggle. […]

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With Wet & Forget Shower, you’ll Stop Soap Scum AND Stop Scrubbing!

Soap scum grabs onto your shower and refuses to let go. Most shower cleaners make you battle soap scum by scrubbing until you’re sweaty, sore, and frustrated, and even no-scrub shower cleaners typically require you to spray your shower every single day in order to get results. Now you can leave all that hassle behind! Wet & Forget Shower eliminates stubborn soap scum with just one simple application a week. Just spray and rinse, and […]

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4 Reasons Not to Use Bleach to Remove Your Outdoor Mold

You have an outdoor mold or mildew problem and want to take care of it the easiest way possible.  A lot of Do it Yourself websites suggest creating a bleach solution to remove mold or mildew from outdoor areas such as decks, roofing, siding and sidewalks. We are all for DIY cleaning projects, but we have a few reasons why bleach based products are not the best way to go. Wet & Forget is a […]

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Getting Your Outdoor Living Spaces Ready For Summer

Here at Wet & Forget HQ in Chicago’s suburbs, the warm weather has finally been a constant over the past week, meaning spring is in full bloom and everyone is starting to think about getting their outdoor living spaces ready for summer. Chances are, you have a moldy outdoor surface or two that’s going to see some foot traffic during get togethers this season. We’ve got you covered! Here are a few tips on some […]

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Discover 6 Essential Tips to Make your Home Beautiful for the Holidays

If you’ve got guests coming for the fall or winter holidays, you’re already thinking about making sure your home creates just the right ambiance to set the tone for holiday fun. Even if only immediate family will be there, making your home look special is a part of every holiday celebration. These 6 tips will help you make sure that your home is beautiful and inviting this holiday season, while still leaving you plenty of […]

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Wet & Forget Shower gets your Bathroom Holiday-Ready Effortlessly!

It’s time to enjoy pumpkin carving and football games with your family, but it’s also time to start planning ahead for the holidays. If you’ll be hosting guests for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah or Christmas, you’re probably already starting to think about getting that dingy carpet cleaned, replacing those old curtains, and creating some lovely holiday centerpieces. With Wet & Forget Shower, one thing you won’t have to think about is scrubbing your bathroom tiles, bathtub, shower doors […]

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Too Busy to Scrub? Get Wet & Forget Shower and Stop Scrubbing Today!

Fall is a busy time of year. Between shuttling the kids to school and fall sports practice, preparing your home and garden for colder weather, and keeping up with your regular work schedule, who has time to keep scrubbing the shower? With Wet & Forget Shower, you can break free from scrubbing and still keep your shower shining. Wet & Forget Shower eliminates soap scum and shower grime with no scrubbing and just one simple […]

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Relax this Labor Day, and Let Wet & Forget do all the Work for you!

Labor Day is all about celebrating your hard work and taking a break to relax with family and friends. Our focus here at Wet & Forget is to bring you simple solutions to everyday problems that will give you more time to spend doing what you love, like enjoying an end-of-summer backyard cookout, or taking the boat out on the water. Read on to discover 4 ways Wet & Forget works hard, so you don’t have […]

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