Glass walls of the shower prove, over time, hard to maintain and difficult work for many people, cleaning being a challenge because they keep remaining stained.
Hard water and soap that accumulates on the surfaces of the glass of the shower can cause corrosion and thus destroy the glass. If your shower walls have a stained look, it is clear, this is due to excess soap and water. Even if you remove these accumulations, you will not be able to get rid of corrosion, which is why it is advisable to prevent this, wiping the glass with a sponge or cloth after each use.
When it comes to cleaning the shower wall, use a rubber squeegee head to get rid of water and soap deposits. This is the tool that will be your best friend. Place your squeegee somewhere handy to remember to use it.
Another option that you can use is microfiber cloths. They are the perfect enemy against water spots and those of soap and, more than that, they have the advantage of being easy to use, and being able to clean hard to reach areas. After each use, you have in mind to squeeze the cloth well and it is advisable to wash at least once a week.
Also, after each use of the shower and after you are removing the excess water and soap, it is preferable to clean it with lemon juice and baking soda, just to keep it in perfect condition and in order to not affect the glass. However, it may be that these steps will not be enough. Thus, you will need to use a stronger detergent, using a nonabrasive sponge. Rinse with warm water or vinegar, and then use the squeegee.
If you want to use natural products, mix baking soda with warm water and clean bottle with this mixture. Afterwards, rinse with vinegar. As more you leave the vinegar to act, the glass walls will shine even more.
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