I am certain that cleaning your shower door is not on top of your to-do list and it’s one of your least favourite chores. This, however, needs to change because it’s important for the overall cleanliness of your bathroom. You take the time to clean your toilet, sink, showerhead, and other parts of your bathroom, right? So why avoid the shower door?
You may think that cleaning it will be time-consuming and exhausting, however, this is not the case. There is a simple method that I use that allows me to easily clean it without wasting time, money, or energy – and today, I will show you how I do it!
How to Properly Clean Your Shower Door?
First, prepare all of the ingredients and supplies you will need. This includes a bucket, a sponge, a toothbrush or another small brush, a towel, and white vinegar (yes, you only need vinegar for the cleaning).
Then make sure you rinse the shower door with hot water. I also recommend you leave the hot water running for a few minutes so there can be steam which will loosen up any impurities making them easy to clean.
Continue filling the bucket with hot water, add a cup of vinegar in there, dip your sponge, and start scrubbing the shower door. Cover any hard-to-reach places or stubborn stains with the toothbrush instead.
If there are any hard water stains or limescale then I recommend you go grab one lemon, cut it in half then rub one half over the stains. Let it sit for at least 2 minutes before you rinse. I love using lemon to get rid of limescale and hard water stains from my shower door, faucet, and even showerhead.
Then rinse again and make sure you dry the shower door. Don’t let it air-dry because this will create even more hard water stains, spots, and smudges on the door you just cleaned – and no one wants that!