This past weekend I decided to put my cleaning plan into action and eliminate the haze on my shower doors that’s from soap & hard water. I used the safe combination of baking soda and white vinegar to remove the soap scum. Then I applied Rain-X to the shower door glass to prevent this from happening again, or at the very least stop me from having to clean the doors as frequently.
I wanted to share this process because it worked better than I thought it would. You can view the blog post I put together at http://www.homerepairtutor.com/clean-shower-doors.
If you don’t do anything else you should view the video. Not only does it walk you through everything I did it shows you one crucial action I forgot to take-comb my hair before filming! But I don’t mind embarrassing myself for the Hometalk community.
How do you remove soap scum off your shower doors and then keep them looking good?
This is a question I’ve had myself, and thought others might be curious, too.
You’ll discover that it’s super easy to remove soap scum or hard water stains. And if you use a common automotive product it’s even simpler to prevent them from coming back.
Here are the supplies that you’ll need for this quick project
- Baking Soda
- White Vinegar
- Scotch-Brite Non Scratch Scrub Sponge (6 pack)
- 10 inch Window Scrubber
- 12 inch Window Squeegee
- Rain-X 2-in-1 Glass Cleaner Plus Rain Repellent
- Spoon and Small Container (I bet you have these)
- Paper Towels
- These Amazon links help support HRT, many thanks for using them
You’ll be able to use these items for other projects like cleaning your home and car windows.
The cleaning takes about 29 minutes but 15 of it is letting the baking soda & vinegar sit on the shower door glass (plenty of time to sit and watch half of a Pawn Stars episode).
I guarantee that you’ll be happy with the results and cleaning your shower doors will actually be somewhat fun-hey, I even surprised myself during this process!!
So let’s get to it 🙂
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