To achieve this, some everyday household items can help get the job done without breaking the bank with fancy products.
While glass shower doors and walls add a stylish touch to any bathroom and showcase beautiful tile work, they are also prone to frequent dirt buildup.
After each shower, water droplets, shower products, and body soil accumulate on their surface.
One solution is to use distilled white vinegar, which is effective at cutting through soap scum due to its acetic acid content.
It’s important to note that this acid can potentially damage unsealed natural stone, so it’s advisable to avoid using this method on showers with stone surfaces.
Step 3: Wipe Down the Glass
Using a non-abrasive sponge or squeegee, begin wiping down the glass surface starting from the top.
If the vinegar solution has dried before you finish, apply a little more solution as needed.
Step 4: Rinse and Dry
If you used a sponge for cleaning, rinse the glass thoroughly with water, then dry it using a lint-free microfibre towel.
If a squeegee was used, use the towel to eliminate any remaining streaks or smudges on the glass.