We’re going to let you in on industry cleaning secrets for easy-to-mix, natural ingredient options for spotless bathroom glass surfaces!
Hard water stains are unsightly on your bathroom shower doors and walls. Daily, soap, shampoo, and body oils circulate in your shower enclosure and build up in the form of bacteria and scum. If neglected, mold and mildew will begin to grow. Hard water can also crystallize on glass. If you try to clean with the wrong cleaner or have neglected these housekeeping tasks for too long, we have some timely and knowledgeable advice for you!
Natural and Economical Shower Glass Cleaning Solutions
Here are some expert tricks for glass cleaning mixtures that will leave your bathroom shower surfaces sparkling:
- White vinegar: 1-part white vinegar and 1 part liquid dish soap. Spray on glass and wipe with a clean cloth or sponge.
- Baking Soda: mix water with baking soda into a thick paste. Apply the paste to the shower glass with a cloth. Rinse off with white vinegar.
- Lemon Juice: mix fresh lemon juice with distilled water (3 lemons to 1 cup distilled water). Spray and let it stand for several minutes. Wipe down the surfaces with a clean cloth.
(Note that vinegar is not recommended for showers constructed with stone or travertine-limestone tile, as it may cause damage.)
Daily Shower Maintenance
Here’s one more idea from the experts at Trademark Glassworks. For daily freshness, spray on the following mixture on your shower glass:
- 2 parts distilled water + 1-part white vinegar + 4 drops liquid dish soap + 15 drops essential oil
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If you have questions about your bathroom’s glass quality, long-term damage from hard water deposits or would like to give your bathroom or windows a new look, reach out to the professionals!