Any cleaning task is dreadful, most people don’t really know how to clean a glass shower.
Household chores in general, aren’t a fun topic to talk about, but they’re necessary.
When cleaning up the bathroom, some expert tips could help make the task easier and save you a lot of time, patience and energy.
Glass showers are beautiful and elegant but hard to keep perfectly clean.
If you’re wondering how to clean a glass shower stay tuned. Water and steam marks stick and any fingertips can be easily spotted.
The squeegee rule, a seemingly reasonable request to reduce hard-water stains, mineral buildup and mildew, is great unless you’re short on time, patience, energy or all of the above.
There’s got to be a better way – and we’ll tell you about it ahead.
How To Clean a Glass Shower Door with Squeegees and Microfiber Cloths
A squeegee is a windshield-wiper-like tool with a handle and a long, flat rubber blade used to clean or remove something (in this case water) from a surface.
Some squeegees have suction cups for attaching to walls for easy access and storage, while some come in colors or stainless steel for the style-conscious.
Do they all work the same? In a nutshell, yes.
After each use, the experts advise, wring the cloths out tightly, and launder them at least once a week.
First, the bad news.
You’ve got to be careful about etching and permanently damaging the glass because of hard water and soapy buildup because these accumulate on glass shower surfaces.
If glass shower doors have a cloudy look, this may be the it.
Cleaning will eliminate buildup, but it will not reverse etching, which is why the first and best defense is to prevent it from happening by wiping down the shower after each use with either a squeegee or a microfiber cloth.