Shower glass doors are very difficult to be cleaned because hard water traces and soap scum are visible after each showering. And they look pretty nasty! You may think that only a harsh chemical solution will remove the limescale on the glass shower door, but that’s not true! There is a simple trick discovered by housewives that will remove these hard water deposits. And I’m telling you, this is magic, because the glass will remain shiny and clean, without any dirt trace on it.
The fastest trick is to introduce vinegar when you do the cleaning
The white spots on the shower glass door are nothing but limescale and soap. The limescale deposits occur when the water is hard and contains a lot of limestone. The limestone particles reach the glass, stick together and give that white and shady aspect. The best solution to get rid of limestone is to use a gentle acid that doesn’t attack the glass, but only to melt those hard-to-clean deposits.
Vinegar and baking soda
– baking soda
– half a cup of vinegar
Mix the vinegar with baking soda until you create a white paste. Cover the stains on the glass door with this paste, without rubbing. Let it act for 10 minutes. Use the green side of a sponge to rub gently the glass surface, and then rinse with lukewarm water.