Today, people prefer small houses, which gives them a cozy atmosphere. As the size of houses gets smaller, the size of bedrooms, kitchens and even bathrooms also decreases. In small bathrooms, most people install sliding shower doors as they take up less space. But cleaning these doors is very difficult, if not done correctly, regularly. You should clean your shower doors at least once a week. Shower doors are usually very dirty and sticky with soap suds and water stains. They take a long time to clean, but if you follow a few steps, you can clean them easily. You just need to use bleaching powder, vinegar, water and a cleaning brush to give it a shiny look.
Fill half a bucket with water and add bleaching powder.
Get in the shower and close the doors to clean the inside of the doors. Cleaning in this way will take less time.
Dip the soft brush in the bleach solution and lightly rub the door. Do not apply more pressure as this can cause scratches. Or you can spray the solution on the door and clean it with a soft sponge to remove soap suds, mold and water stains.
After cleaning the shower doors with the bleach solution, rinse with water.
If you think that the soap foam is still on the doors, put vinegar directly on the doors and clean them with the soft cloth. You can use any cleaning solution, but make sure you don’t scratch the door.
In severe cases, spray the cleaning solution on the doors and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes to obtain good results.
Once this is done, clean it with water and repeat the same steps on the other side of the shower doors. Be careful when cleaning glass doors.
After you finish rinsing, clean the shower doors with a clean, dry cloth and give them a shiny look.
Now clean the door holders with an old toothbrush or a small brush moistened with vinegar or any other cleaning solution. Rub the entire door support, including the rail, finish and bars with the sponge. After cleaning with the solution, rinse with water and dry with a dry cloth.
Remember; Always use a clean spray after each shower to protect the shower doors from the soap foam.
By following these simple ways, you can easily clean the sliding shower doors with minimal effort. With that, you can finish half of your bathroom cleaning job.
You have spent a lot of time and effort installing the glass shower doors. It would be really unfortunate if something happened to cause scratches or even a broken door. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to avoid the need to replace the shower door. Just follow the steps below and you’ll be fine.
Keep water stains away from the glass – it may seem silly because it is in the shower, but water stains can potentially be harmful to shower doors. If they are not cleaned regularly, there is a possibility that they will weaken the door. In addition, water sports do not look very attractive. Therefore, to remove water stains, use a small amount of white vinegar, water and a sponge. This will keep the glass shower doors clean and extend their life.