What’s the best way to clean the glass shower door and walls in my n

new Home has tile in bathrooms and a big fancy shower with the clear plexiglass doors idk I wanna clean it after every use so soap does not build up , what do I use a squeegee & vinigar & hydrogen peroxide??? This Marine thanks you so very much
q what s the best way to clean the glass shower door and walls in my n
q what s the best way to clean the glass shower door and walls in my n
q what s the best way to clean the glass shower door and walls in my n
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  • Chubby58 Chubby58 on Feb 27, 2018
    Are you doors plexiglass or glass? If glass, use a squeegee and get the water off. Then wipe off any excess but a squeegee should do it. If plexiglass I would check before I put vinegar on it.

  • Anne Brennan Anne Brennan on Feb 27, 2018
    It is harsh to do because of the smell, so open the window, but you can use Rainex Wipes on interior and exterior shower doors as well as tile walls. One treatment lasts 2-4 months. After each shower, spray any residual soap from walls and doors, then squeegee water. For tile walls, tub walls (never floors), and vanity tops, sinks and all fixtures, I have also used paste wax from an auto parts store. Still need to put it on, let it dry, then buff, but again, it lasts quite a while.

    • DebM DebM on Feb 28, 2018
      I love this idea. I'll try it this weekend since I have company coming!

  • Barbara Buchan Barbara Buchan on Feb 27, 2018
    Using a squeegee on the walls and doors after every shower will keep soap scum from building up. It's quick, too

  • Kim Kim on Feb 28, 2018
    white vinegar and pantyhose

  • Toc15434384 Toc15434384 on Feb 28, 2018
    try a sponge eraser by Mr Clean

  • Dar Dar on Feb 28, 2018
    I love Magic Erasers to get them clean. I also use wet dryer sheets to break down soap scum. But I use a squeegee after each use. I love the RainX idea. I'm going to try that!

  • Janet Janet on Feb 28, 2018
    I use Windex on mine and occasionally apply rain x it helps tremendously

  • Fix It Jen Fix It Jen on Feb 28, 2018
    Just squeegee-ing off the water after each shower will do most of the work for you. You can keep a spare towel handy for corners and edges too. Just dry after each shower and you'll really reduce the need to clean.

  • Kaye Conley Kaye Conley on Feb 28, 2018
    where do you buy Rainex wipes. please

  • Toni Hembree Toni Hembree on Mar 11, 2018
    If the scaling of hard water starts to build up, there are products that you can buy that have a very fine grit that will clean up the most stubborn buildup. Find a local store that specializes in glass; if you don't know of one, simply do a computer search for window and glass shops near you. Unfortunately, I don't remember a brand name, but if you explain what you want, a glass store should be able to help you.

    I went to a local store that I was familiar with, and they tried to talk me out of the purchase, telling me it is much to difficult to apply, rub, and rinse. Not so! I'm a wimp with very little arm strength, and I had no problem using the cleaner. The cleaner I bought was gray, fairly viscous and opaque. Just to compare. Try this, you'll love it!

  • Lisa Lane Lisa Lane on Feb 06, 2019

    Rinse with a RInseroo and do It often. Makes the shower cleaning experience a breeze! It attaches to your showered and reaches all the far parts of the shower. You can use one for all the showers in your house. Love mine!