Clean with a warm water, vinegar and baking soda to remove the soap scum. Wipe down with a mix of hot water and vinegar and then dry with a clean cloth.
Cut a grapefruit in half, cover with kosher salt and use as a scrubber.
Lysol Power Scum cleaner in the blue trigger spray bottle with a Magic Eraser or a scrub brush.
Wet & forget shower for a slower, no scrub solution. You can use 2x a week to accelerate the cleaning process then once a week to keep it clean.
Thanks soo much for the tip.
Thanks i will try both tips.
This weekend I used Bar Keeper's Friend Soft Scrub. It took off the scum, but I still have some work to get the small globs of conditioner off. Once I get it fully removed, I'm planning on doing a coat of RainX to keep it clean for a while!
dawn dish soap, baking soda mix into paste scrub with new stiff toilet bowl brush( easier to reach across tub) then rinse with hot water;then vinegar scrub again let solution sit on any mineral deposits,soapy scummy areas,pink bacterial build-up, mold,mildew then scrub some more rinse with boiling water or as hot as possible-the boiling water also clears drains--make sure you plug drain while cleaning so your cleaning solution stays in tub/shower/sinks until you are ready to rinse everything ;then for crystal clear glass straight rubbing /isopropyl alcohol and clean wash cloth( no fabric softener on it and no paper towels both cause streaking and smearing)--just pour alcohol on cloth and wipe glass,mirrors,auto glass;do inside one direction-horizontal and other side -vertically this way you can tell easier which is not clean;if you wipe the shower area at least every couple of days with dawn dish soap hot water & wash cloth the scum/body oils won't build up so much where you need to deep clean it.also after showering when it is loosened up from moisture makes it easier
This is a great post on cleaning your shower doors.