How to Properly Clean and Maintain Your Shower Glass?

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Glass is a stylish home improvement, from windows to doors and shower glass enclosures. It makes the whole home space look sleek and elegant. Also, glass makes any space look spotless.

Unfortunately, glass home improvements do not clean themselves, especially shower glass enclosures.

While they are easy to clean, they still need time and effort to achieve a spotlessly clean look.

What are the common problems with shower glass doors and walls?

Neglected shower glass doors and walls can accumulate different problems over time. The three common problems are soap scum, limescale, and hard water stains.

When soap and water mix, it produces a solid white residue called soap scum. Limescale is a chalky calcium residue left by hard water. Hard water stains are caused by limestone, calcium, and magnesium residue found in hard water.

How to clean the common problems?

Fortunately, soap scum, limescale, and hard water stains are easily cleaned by household items. But it involves wrist action and scrubbing.

Baking soda with vinegar, vinegar, water, lemon juice, etc., are common cost-effective household items that you can use in cleaning your shower glass doors and walls.

They are proven effective to clean all sorts of bathroom dirt and crimes, especially for shower glass doors and walls.

How to maintain the cleaned shower glass?

After cleaning, you need to rinse all the solutions from the glass. Rinse the glass properly, then spray hydrophobic silicone polymer to make the splashes of water slide off from the glass.

Also, you can use a squeegee after every use to dry the glass and avoid water spots.

A neglected shower glass for a long period can cause a much bigger problem in the future. It can lead to early replacement.

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