Glass Shower Doors: The Secret to a Clean Shower

Housewife washing and polishing a glass shower door

A glass shower door can add style and luxury to your bathroom, but even modern fixtures need proper cleaning. While it’s essential to clean your shower door, don’t neglect the creases, edges, shower walls, and floor. As moisture exposure affects your shower, unpleasant grime and dirt can build up in these areas. Today, the Springfield Glass Company provides some cleaning tips and tricks to leave your shower spotless.   

Use the Right Tools

Cleaning the shower is an unpleasant chore, but it goes much quicker when you use the right tools. Here’s what you’ll need: a double-sided sponge, tub and tile cleaner, baking soda, vinegar, distilled water, a spray bottle, and microfiber cloths. If you don’t have a sponge, use a brush instead. A brush with a diamond-shaped head can reach corners more easily than a flat-headed brush.

Give Your Shower a Deep Clean

It’s surprisingly simple to deep clean your shower immediately after you use it. Your job will be easier when the warm water has already loosened up stuck-on dirt and stains. First, use your favorite shower cleaner to spray down the glass door, walls, and fixtures. Then, wipe down the surfaces with a brush or sponge. For tough stains, let the mixture sit before scrubbing and rinsing.

We recommend giving your shower a deep clean once a month. Scrub the whole shower thoroughly and be sure to hit the gaps, crevices, and metal tracks.  

Quick Tip: Don’t use vinegar if your shower consists of stone.    

Use a Squeegee 

Have a squeegee close by and use it to wipe away the water each day. Mold and mildew love damp environments, and this 30-second task will help prevent them from appearing. For convenience, you can find clip-on squeegees that will hang in your shower. Also, consider leaving the door open post-shower to let it dry out. With drywall and doors, less soap scum will build up.

Create Your Shower Spray

You can also create a DIY daily shower spray by mixing ½ cup vinegar, 1 cup water, a little dish soap, and some drops of oil for a pleasant scent. Keep a spray bottle of this in your shower to mist down the glass door after squeegeeing.  

Springfield Glass Company Quick Tip: All cleaners contain chemicals, and some combos can be extremely dangerous to your health. Don’t mix the following household cleaners: 
  • Vinegar and Bleach
  • Ammonia and Bleach
  • Bleach and Rubbing Alcohol
  • Hydrogen Peroxide and Vinegar
Certain shower surfaces require special care. Use cleaning solutions and scrubbers that won’t ruin your shower’s surface. 

Enhance Your Home with High-Quality Glass 

The Springfield Glass Company offers gorgeous residential glass for your bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, or family room. Whether you prefer a framed or frameless shower door, we can also handle your glass shower door installation. Trust the glass experts and contact us for a free estimate today.    

Like this article?

Share on facebook
Share on Facebook
Share on twitter
Share on Twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on Linkdin
Share on pinterest
Share on Pinterest

Leave a comment