Good afternoon, my friends. In this afternoon blog I will write about How to clean shower doors. I know a lot of people, who really need some ideas on how to clean shower doors. I’m one of them.
This afternoon post will be very easy and not too long and not too short. So, If you’re ready, I’m ready too.
You are probably one of the millions in the world who, like me, are allergic to cleaning products. And simply, the thought of having to clean something with them immediately kills that willpower, especially after a shower.
Under normal conditions, even when you are not allergic to some of the products. Some of the basic cleaning products are as follows, but you should generally strive to clean with natural preparations.
What Is Soap Scum?
You are all already aware that soap is made from wax. And the wax is made of honey, and it is very sticky. Since it hardens quickly and in combination with aromatic oils, you can make your own soap very quickly.
It is for this reason when we shower. When using soap, there is soap much as on the shower cabin door.
Soap dots are actually tiny pieces of wax that melt in contact with hot steam and certainly hot water, and as we soap from our bodies all those nozzles remain in the shower door.
You should first clean the already accumulated waste soap. Then try to find a few minutes to clean the glass door after a shower. This will prevent any further build-up of dirt in the future.
After the shower is over, your youngest is washing the shower door. You are in doubt now.
Now it’s time to talk about what you can use for cleaning shower doors after a shower.
Using white vinegar for cleaning shower doors in your bathroom is an inexpensive and practical solution. It will help you to keep the shower clean without any danger for the environment, you, and your family.
Tip 1: How to Clean Shower Doors With Vinegar Solution.
The acid in the vinegar will help cut through soap scum on glass and acrylic doors.
T2: Do not use a vinegar solution if you have a natural stone shower surround or floor. The acid will etch the stone.
T3: For really tough hard water spots, use a bit of baking soda on a sponge to scrub the stains. The gentle abrasive action of baking soda will not scratch the glass.
Tips to Keep Shower Doors Clean Longer
- Squeegee water from doors after every use.
- Use a daily cleaning spray to prevent soap scum build-up.
- Coat the doors with a windshield rain repellent to help water slide off the doors. Never use the repellent on shower floors because it will make them slippery and hazardous.
- If you live in a hard water area, add a water softening system to your home.
- If soap scum is a problem, switch from bar soap to a liquid body wash. Ingredients in bar soap are more reactive with minerals in the water.