If you want to make sure that your glass shower doors are kept as clean as possible, you will want to make use of the following tips. This way, you will not have to worry about the doors becoming covered with so much soap scum that it is hard to see through them.
Use A Squeegee After Every Shower
You will want to take a look at the bath section of your local department store to find a bath squeegee that you can suction cup to the inside of your shower. Then, after every shower, you will want to make sure that everyone uses the squeegee to wipe off all of the excess water left on the inside of the glass shower door. This way, all of the water is removed and you will not end up with a lot of streaks or water drop marks on your shower door.
Scrub With A Sheet Of Fabric Softener
Grab a sheet of fabric softener and slightly moisten it. The cleaner and conditioner that are within the fabric softener sheet will be perfect for scrubbing off any remaining soap scum when you go to clean your shower. After you have scrubbed the entire glass shower door with the wet fabric softener sheet, you will want to immediately rinse it clean with warm water. This way, you will not have to worry about any fabric softener chemicals remaining on the glass.
Manually Dry It Off After Each Use
You will want to find a soft cotton rag that will not leave a lot of fuzzy pieces behind on the glass. Just make sure that you are wiping it dry after every use and to pay attention to the corners and edges of the glass door. You will then want to hang the damp towel up so it can thoroughly dry out so it is ready for the next time someone gets into the shower. This way, you are not having to deal with an abundance of towels that need washed, as you can continue to use the same one for several days before you need to wash it out and use another towel.
By making use of as many of those tips as possible, as well as any others that you stumble across, you will have a much easier time keeping the glass shower doors in your house so much cleaner and nicer looking. For more glass care tips, contact a company like Glasshopper Schor Glass.Share