How do I remove water spots from glass shower doors?

My shower doors are clear glass and the water spots are difficult to remove. Any suggestions?
  13 answers
  • Nita Simonson Croteau Nita Simonson Croteau on Sep 08, 2016
    I have good luck with hydrogen peroxide. Rub it on and wipe it off.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Sep 09, 2016
    White vinegar mixed with water and a dash of dawn detergent.

  • Tillie Tillie on Sep 09, 2016
    After cleaning, apply RainX.

  • Dale Dale on Sep 09, 2016
    WD40: leave it on for a little while then wipe off. Great stuff! After they are cleaned keep 'em clean with hydrogen peroxide (which is also great for appliances).

  • Pgl Pgl on Sep 09, 2016
    If it is lime from the water use moistened backing soda other wise peroxide and Definitely apply RainX after cleaning

  • Nol9878606 Nol9878606 on Sep 09, 2016
    Scrubbing bubbles is my go-to

  • Gjg5257403 Gjg5257403 on Sep 09, 2016
    I too have hard water marks and have used everything under the sun, including on the advise on the internet sites with no positive results. Will have to install softener.

  • Margaret Margaret on Sep 09, 2016
    Try Magic Eraser. It works well on soap scum. The glass company that installed my shower surround told me about it.

  • Judy McCarthy Judy McCarthy on Sep 10, 2016
    I used to clean houses professionally and what worked every time was pure lemon oil applied with a microfiber sponge. Wipe off any excess with paper towels. It leaves a transparent barrier with a fresh lemony smell and it repels water spots and makes them easier to clean next time around. My customers thought I was a miracle worker... I didn't tell them how easy it was. Now you know one of the trade secrets.

  • Paulette Harris Paulette Harris on Sep 10, 2016
    I am a professional housekeeper and have used straight white vinegar, sprayed on and left for about 1 minutes then attack it (gently) with one of those little single-edged razor blade scraper. It'll come clean, but be gentle or you may scratch the glass. After it's cleaner, spray with WD-40 and wipe dry. Will stay clean for a long time.

  • KathiT KathiT on Sep 11, 2016
    Have you ever tried CLR? You can buy it at any home improvement store, or even your grocery store. Smells awful, but it works like a charm.

  • John John on Oct 28, 2017
    Try spraying Vinegar and scrub it lightly - may have to repeat multiple times, then a finish cleaning. You can read more ideas here

  • Bobbie Bobbie on Oct 28, 2017

    Best Bathtub/shower Cleaner Ever


    ½ cup Blue Dawn dish detergent

    Heat cleaning vinegar until just hot but not boiling. Pour in the Blue Dawn and mix very well. It will be thick.. Pour into a good quality spray bottle.