How do I clean hard water spots on my glass shower doors?

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What’s the best way to clean the hard water spots and stains from my glass shower doors???

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  • Cheryl Cheryl on Mar 25, 2019

    Mr Clean white eraser

  • Tuula - Color Me Thrifty Tuula - Color Me Thrifty on Mar 25, 2019

    Hi Bianca, there are a few cleaning ideas in this article. I hope it helps.

    https://www.wikihow.com/Remove-Hard-Water-Stains-From-Glass

  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on Mar 25, 2019

    I use soft scrub and a scrubby

  • S Davis S Davis on Mar 26, 2019

    Sorry do not know actual product name but I got it at Home Depot. The product cleans very well, but the best part is the extra benefit is it last three years to keep spots at bay. If you don’t take that route, once you do get it clean remember to squeegee or towel-dry your shower walls EACH time you shower. I dry off and then use that towel to dry it off. Never leave the shower wall wet. 😀

  • Mlou Mlou on Mar 26, 2019

    Use vinegar full strength

  • Pamela Pamela on Mar 26, 2019

    Hi ! I would try a mix of hot water , white vinegar and a few drops of dawn dishwashing detergent. Then use a non scratch sponge scrubber , then rinse well with cold water , to keep the suds down , use a squeegee to remove the excess water . That is the main key ! Use a squeegee after each shower ! I use it on the shower walls and doors , and even with having hard water , it won't leave marks of stains if you remove it right away . I also use a spray product called repell , once a month . I have also heard ,( but haven't tried it ) that magic eraser works well .

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Mar 26, 2019

    I love "wet & forget shower". It is a no scrub spray that slowly works to clean as well as prevent build up in the future. However, you can't use if you have a marble tub.

  • Margaret Margaret on Mar 27, 2019

    Vinegar and water, 50/50. Wash it down using a soft cloth i.e. Microfiber, then dry with newspapers. Works great, environmentally safe, and very inexpensive. Most glass ‘cleaning’ products leave streaky marks, this will not. Used by generations of people before advertisers convinced them they needed to buy their product.

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