Don’t use distilled white vinegar. The natural acid in distilled white vinegar will break down sealants used on stone tiles and slabs and eventually begin to discolor the stone.
Do use microfiber towels. If you don’t like using a squeegee, you can try wiping the walls of your shower with a microfiber towel. The microfiber will catch and hold onto the soap, skin cells and water.
Just remember to wash those microfiber towels once a week to avoid bacteria collecting on them.
Don’t use a liquid or a powdered scrub. The abrasiveness of the scrub can scratch and damage the stone. Also, most traditional shower cleaners you find at stores are very caustic and contain acids that may discolor the stone.
Jessica Bordelon, Agent,