We can all agree that glass shower doors are kind of a pain to keep clean. But how do we do it without using harsh chemicals? Here’s a step-by-step guide just for you:
First, grab an empty spray bottle to whip up your glass shower door cleaner using a mix of ¼ cup dish soap, a cup of water, and ½ cup distilled white vinegar. Vinegar’s acidity makes it an effective cleaning solution because it can cut down on grime buildup without the use of chemicals that could damage the glass.
Next, spray your vinegar-soap-water solution up and down the shower door glass, making sure not to forget corners and crevices.
Let the spray sit for at least 30 minutes so it has time to break down the grime.
Then with a clean sponge or cloth, scrub the door clean, focusing on any stubborn soap scum that may remain.
Turn on the shower to rinse any remaining solution from the glass shower door. If the spray from the shower doesn’t reach, you can a small bucket to rinse.
Just remember that squeegeeing your shower doors every day after taking a shower, when the soap scum and hard water stains are new and much easier to remove.
Finish up by wiping the door down with a microfiber cloth to suck up any excess water, and remember to leave your bathroom door open to allow air circulation. Then you are done!
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