Cleaning the shower door
One of the most important elements of a bathroom yet, most resistant to being clean, is the shower door. Limescale slowly sticks to the glass of the screen causing it to look dull on many occasions. However, maintaining a clean shower door is not that difficult if you follow a few simple tips. At OneHowTo we reveal them to you.
There are specific products on the market for removing limescale from glass surfaces. You'll find them in the cleaning isle of the supermarket.
If you want to try out a homemade product to clean the shower door, you must mix white vinegar with baking soda. What you get is a somewhat thick mixture and you must spread it over the partition. Let it stand there for about fifteen minutes and with a damp sponge remove debris.
Another trick is to mix a little vinegar with water and insert it into a spray bottle. Spread the mixture well over the glass partition and leave it on for ten minutes. Again, remove with a sponge or damp cloth and see how bright it looks.
If the shower door is plastic, to clean it well we recommend you make a mixture of ammonia, alcohol and water in equal parts. Use a soft brush to spread the mixture. Let it stand for a few minutes, clarify it and dry it with a soft cloth. You will notice the difference.
To maintain a clean shower door you should always wipe or towel it down regularly after taking a shower. Thus, we are preventing limescale buildup on the screen. If we do this every day, the screen will look much brighter. We also recommend reading our article: Tips to cleaning glass or how to remove watermarks from glass.
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