How to Make Your Own DIY Shower Spray With Rinse Aid

I've discovered a simple yet effective way to keep your glass shower doors sparkling clean: DIY shower spray with rinse aid.


This homemade shower cleaner spray not only saves money but also ensures your bathroom stays pristine with minimal effort.

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DIY shower spray recipe with rinse aid

1. Prepare the Cleaning Solution

Start by combining half a cup each of hydrogen peroxide and isopropyl alcohol, half a teaspoon of dish soap, and a tablespoon of rinse aid in a spray bottle.

Homemade cleaning solution for glass doors

2. Shake Well

Fill the remainder of the spray bottle with warm water and shake vigorously to ensure all ingredients are well mixed. This homemade shower spray is now ready for use.

DIY daily shower spray

3. Use Daily

Keep the spray bottle within easy reach in your shower. After each shower, take a few seconds to spray down the glass doors with your DIY daily shower spray.


This routine maintenance prevents buildup and keeps your shower doors crystal clear.


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DIY rinse aid shower cleaner

Homemade Shower Spray for a Cleaner Bathroom

Keeping your glass shower doors crystal clear doesn't have to be a daunting task. With this DIY shower spray with rinse aid, you can effortlessly maintain a spotless bathroom.


Embrace the simplicity of homemade solutions and enjoy the satisfaction of a gleaming shower day after day!

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  • One22908239 One22908239 on Jun 19, 2024
    Do you wipe it off or let it sit? Can you squigee it afterwards?
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