I have smoked color glass shower doors and can not get the water spots

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  • Nan W. Nan W. on Apr 26, 2018
    Lime Away! (You may have to saturate a cloth and hold it to the area -- wear gloves!) Then be sure to use a squeegee every time after you shower... it's quick and WAY easier than getting off the spots.

  • Anne Brennan Anne Brennan on Apr 26, 2018
    CLR also seems to do a good job. After cleaning, (if your bathroom has ample ventilation only), apply Rainex to your shower doors and shower walls (DO NOT apply to the tub!) This will help minimize the water that sticks to them. My hubby and I keep a squeegee and microfiber towel, just to prevent the use of harsh chemicals.

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Apr 26, 2018
    Have you tried Lime Away?
    Perhaps the product reviews and Q&A might assist you at this link

    Internet sources have also said that there’s been a success with this additional method.
    “High-strength vinegar. I got it at the grocery store, sold with the regular vinegar, in a gallon jug. I sprayed it all over the doors, applied paper towels, and sprayed them again so it would soak for awhile. Scrubbed with a scotch brite type pad and it came off. Regular vinegar had done nothing, it had been like spraying water. The high-strength vinegar was like a miracle. I could actually see the cloudy mineral deposits coming off as I sprayed. This was after literally 4 yrs of shower door heck. I was so incredibly happy!! I now pick it up every time I go to that grocery store to keep a gallon of it on reserve at all times.”

  • William William on Apr 26, 2018
    I use a bunch of used fabric softener sheets saturated with vinegar.

  • Carol Marszalek Carol Marszalek on Apr 26, 2018
    Grapefruit cut in half, speinkle liberally with salt, scrub. Afterward, apply rained and squeegee after each shower to prevent build up

  • SandyG SandyG on Apr 26, 2018
    CLR and Lime Away are great, but you have to be careful with any metal it comes in contact with. It will destroy the finish on metal (faucets, handles, etc). I would start with a soft scrub type of cleaner first. It will take some elbow grease. Also, you can buy battery powered rotary type soft brushes to clean your shower with, using a cleansing gel. Keeping shower wiped dry after use or use a squeegee after use will help tremendously.

  • Slw33260992 Slw33260992 on Apr 26, 2018
    Well I actually heard WD40 works great. I haven't tried it yet but you can Google it. I was amazed at all the home items you could use it for.

  • Judy Judy on Apr 26, 2018
    the cleaner for ceramic top stove works really well

  • Jan Jan on Apr 26, 2018
    Thank you all! I well try and work my way through the list for the best one ...