What is the best way to remove water deposits from a glass-shower

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also there is brass framing....
q what is the best way to remove water deposits from a glass shower
Shower wall surround
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  • M. M.. M. M.. on Apr 21, 2018
    have you tried white vinegar on a soft rag?

  • Deb K Deb K on Apr 21, 2018
    CLR or another calcium lime rust remover, once you get it clean be sure to dry the doors with a squeegee and towel to prevent more build up!

  • Hb Hb on Apr 21, 2018
    I know this is gonna sound strange but I use the blue Lysol gel toilet cleaner. It does a marvelous job as a matter of fact I did it to my shower 2 days ago. We have very hard water so minteral deposits are left on the glass. I thought i would have to replace shower walls but one day out of desperation cuz it looked so bad I tried the Lysol gel. It works so well . Now I only have to do it about every 3 months or so. I would test it on a very small section of your brass framing ( down near the bottom to see if it affects it but I use it on my silver framing and it does not affect it at all. I am so thrilled to have found a solution .....now I dont need to replace the shower walls. Oh , I squirt it on the walls and smear it around to cover , then leave it for 10 to 15 minutes . I then use a little plastic scrunger to go over the walls and then rinse with water . Voila ! lovely clear glass walls. Just one other thing to mention, I use gloves while doing this just to be on the safe side ....there are no fumes that I have been able to detect.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Apr 21, 2018
    white vinegar and water 50/50 a dab of blue dawn dish soap and a dab of jet dry with a Mr. Clean Magic eraser.Once the initial soap scum is removed, use a daily shower spray and a squeege

  • 98713223230 98713223230 on Apr 21, 2018
    CLR cleaner.

  • Annie Annie on Apr 21, 2018
    Make a paste with Barkeepers Friend. Work in thirds...scrub with teflon side of a scrubby sponge and rinse thoroughly. Its a miracle!

  • SusieQ SusieQ on Apr 21, 2018
    Hair conditioner will work also.

  • Deb K Deb K on Apr 22, 2018
    CLR, or Zep calcium lime rust remover, then squeegee or dry the shower after each use to prevent this buildup from happening again.

  • Laura Cooper Laura Cooper on Apr 25, 2018
    Use an acid cleaner such as scrubbing bubbles. Spray the glass, wait a few minutes, then lightly scrub with a nylon scrubby. While it is still softened, repeat, then rinse and dry.