Your shower is not only for getting clean — it is also a place to relax and slip in a couple of minutes of”me” time. When an brown blot marred your shower floor, you need it gone. If you’re unsure of the origin of the stain, you are able to fight it using a couple cleansers, like baking soda and vinegar. Pull the big guns out if that’s not enough and add ammonia.
Squirt several drops of dish soap on the shower floor. Smooth the soap. Permit the soap to set overnight.
Dust the shower floor with a layer of baking soda, then wet a cloth with white vinegar. Scrub the stain. Place the cloth over the mark, if the stain doesn’t come off easily. Allow it to set for a couple of minutes, then remove the cloth and rinse the floor .
Blend 1 gallon of water using one cup ammonia and 1/2 cup vinegar, 1/4 cup baking soda if the stain remains. Wear rubber gloves if at all possible, and open a window for ventilation. Pour some of the mixture over the stain, then scrub it in with a sponge or brush. Rinse with water.