In our master bathroom we had to clean the shower doors well. This meant vinegar. I cleaned both sides with straight vinegar, a damp rang, and then cleaned in a circular motion until they were beautifully clean. I then dried them thoroughly.
Well, anyone with glass shower doors knows this sparkling clean will not last long.
To make this sparking clean last, I applied Invisible Shield Surface Protectant in a wax-on-wax-off motion with a clean rag.
I allowed the Invisible Shield Surface Protectant to dry to a light haze.
I then flicked some water on the glass, and dried in a circular motion. I do this in sections.
That is it. Seriously.
Thereafter, whenever we take a shower we squeegee the water off the doors. In between showers? Sparkling shower doors and no soap scum! You know when the next application needs to be done when the water stops flowing off the doors in rivers. Basically you are just sqeegeeing remainder water off the doors, most of it flows off the doors on its own due to the Invisible Shield Surface Protectant.
We’ve been doing this for 8 years now. Since no one uses Sonny-boy’s shower anymore those shower doors don’t have to be cleaned very often. I’d say both shower doors have been cleaned a total of 25 times (when added together), and I am only on my second bottle of Invisible Shield Surface Protectant. Remember, Sonny-boy’s shower not only had the frameless doors, it has a side that is frameless glass too, so a bit more to it to clean than our shower doors, but it has been used far less than our shower.
I cannot recommend the Invisible Shield Surface Protectant and a squeegee method enough. It really and truly is a simple, easy, completely painless way to have sparkling shower doors with minimal cleaning effort!