Cleaning your shower doors is typically not the most exciting chore on your list, but you should probably clean them weekly to ensure they don’t acquire build-up and stay mold and germ free. After all, nobody wants to stare at soap scum and grime! And the longer you leave it, the tougher it becomes to remove. But what’s the most effective way to clean your shower doors? Luckily, there are plenty of ways to clean them at home and get rid of any stubborn grime. Read on to learn how to clean frameless shower doors to look brand new every time.
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How to Clean Frameless Shower Doors
Below are a few ways you can clean your frameless shower doors.
Glass cleaner and a towel
Before you start to clean your shower doors, you’ll need some supplies. Grab a glass cleaner and a cotton towel. Next, take the glass cleaner and spray down the inside of the frameless shower door. You want to make sure you spray all of the dirt and grime you see. Make sure to get in all of those hard-to-reach places too. Let the cleaner soak in for several minutes.
Next, take your cotton towel and dip it in water. Wring out any excess water from your towel and then gently wipe down the outside of the frameless shower door with it. You can also use a soft microfiber cloth for this step if you have one handy! Finally, take another cotton towel or microfiber cloth and wipe down any wet area until it is dry. And voila! Your frameless shower doors are now sparkling clean!
Vinegar and a soft cloth
The first step is to mix half a cup of vinegar with a cup of water in a bucket. Then, take a soft cloth and dip it in the mixture. Rub the fabric against the door in circular motions to loosen any gunk or dirt stuck around. You’ll want to rinse out the cloth after each rub.
The next step is to finish it off with a mixture of dish soap and water on the door. The best dish soap is one that cleans grease and grime. This will ensure all of that vinegar smell is gone. It also removes any residual soap film on your shower doors or glass shower enclosure. Make sure you rinse off all the soap solution thoroughly.
Use a soft, non-scratching sponge
You can use a soft, non-scratching sponge to clean your shower doors. This will help keep the surface of your frameless shower door from getting scratched and chipped as you clean. A sponge will also add some friction to ensure you’re getting deep into the grime and soap scum. Using the methods above, you can use the sponge with soap and water or with vinegar and water.
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Frameless shower doors are a stylish and modern solution that allow you to enjoy your showering experience. With over 50 years of high-quality service in the Tri-Valley area, Pleasanton Glass provides the best custom glass cuts, glass coloring, and installations with our Labor and Hardware guarantee.
Don’t wait! Contact Pleasanton Glass today with any questions about our frameless shower doors! Call (925) 261-7198 or you can email us to learn more about how we can install a frameless shower door for you.