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    DIY Senior Member chefwong's Avatar
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    Default A Squeege worth posting

    A clean shower area is one that get's wiped down regardless of grout type.
    Different grout types may prohibit the process, but IMO, keeping it clean is key to long term showers looking clean.
    I've always hated the look of squeegees. They looked too utilitarian, even the so called ~shower bathroom~ designed ones.

    I came across this one and picked up 2 too boot. PERFECT for any bathroom decor or style ;-)

    Last edited by Terry; 02-14-2012 at 02:11 PM.

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    With that I could get my 4 year old to squeege the shower.
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    When I need a precise measurement of something I often use the highly technical method of eyeballing it.

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    Nice.

    Just a heads up that a client of mine bought a black squeegee and the thing left a stain on the shower floor. Weirdest thing I've ever seen. Not sure if it was from some kind of packing grease or just a poor quality rubber.

    Any other animal choices at your local Squeegee Shop?

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    Ha. It was the only animal of choice....

    I dreaded squeeges as we have a microfibe sponge in the bathroom for use.
    I've looked on and off and just hated the *look* of it - it was like putting a cleaning appliance out in public view....and just killed the decor of things.
    At least this is playful-whimsical enough to be out and about..

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    Now all you need is a sponge Ernie to go with his "rubber ducky".
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