How do you remove hard & lime deposit from glass shower doors?

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  • Kim Kim on Nov 02, 2018

    Hi Jan,

    CLR works great and is biodegradable.

    😊

  • Betsy Betsy on Nov 02, 2018

    Hi Jan: You can get a product at the Dollar Tree called Totally Awesome that has Lime and Rust in the name, can't remember it all now, but it works really well. Give that a shot. Good luck

  • Patty Patty on Nov 02, 2018

    I tried wax remover and it works awesome., got I think ZEP from Home Depot but probably any would work

  • Monica Lewis Monica Lewis on Nov 03, 2018

    CLR

    Works like a charm

  • Linda Linda on Nov 03, 2018

    Lime Away! Spray on, let it sit for a few minutes and wipe it around the glass, rinse off and the deposits disappear!

  • Jerri Jerri on Nov 03, 2018

    i took a pumice stone and sand it down then I use lime away or straight vinegar and it eats thru the calium desposit

  • Sally-Charles Evans Sally-Charles Evans on Nov 03, 2018

    I used WD-40 on mine and it took off the calcium and soap film. AND once it's off, clean again with WD-40 and you won't have the build up.

  • Benwa Benwa on Nov 03, 2018

    there is a product called Lime Away. That works for us.

  • Janice Janice on Nov 03, 2018

    Clr iris for that I used it on my fish tanks

  • Delle Delle on Nov 03, 2018

    I had the best luck on both chrome and glass with ordinary baking soda and a 1:1 vinegar and water. Be prepared for fizzing. Spread and pat it on, let set , and while still damp, lightly scrub the glass with it. Rinse off. If needed, wipe with dry cloth.


  • Don Don on Nov 03, 2018

    You must build a trap and capture a large male rabbit. Squeeze the rabbit gently to remove his urine and put it in a spray bottle.

    Use this spray to remove all the lime. Also removes semen stains, blood stains, evil spirits and demon seeds.

  • DS DS on Nov 03, 2018

    Mr. Clean Erasers work wonders.


  • Joyce Fuhrman Joyce Fuhrman on Nov 03, 2018

    CLR works great, however, once your shower is clear, use Dove or Ivory soap to shower. It doesn't contain Talc which leaves soap scum. When you finish showering, dry the shower with a microfiber cloth. I haven't had to clean the shower for 15 years since I started using Dove soap and drying the shower with a microfiber cloth.

  • Rodelle Mammano Rodelle Mammano on Nov 03, 2018

    Clr. Stuff is awesome.

  • Penny Penny on Nov 03, 2018

    Vinegar! It’s cheap, no harmful chemicals, and works great! With a surface like that, I’d soak paper towels in vinegar and stick them to the doors and let them sit for an hour or so. If they won’t stay, hold them in place with Press n Seal. You could also make my favorite bathroom cleaner which is vinegar and dawn. I warm 2 cups of vinegar in the microwave and pour into a spray bottle then add 1/2 cup of dawn. Tip bottle back and forth gently to mix, you don’t want bubbles, just to combine. Spray entire shower, wait 30 minutes or so, scrub lightly, if needed and rinse.

  • Sivan7 Sivan7 on Nov 04, 2018

    I have used rubbing alcohol with success. Baking soda with Dawn works well.

  • Marie mckay Marie mckay on Nov 04, 2018

    I use vinegar put on a cloth and leave it for while then rinse. also lemon juice on a cloth or if you have lemons in cut 1 in half and rub in then rinse.

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