Custom Glass Shower Doors – A Guide to Cleaning Glass Doors

Cleaning your custom glass shower doors isn’t too difficult.  In fact, one of the reasons people install them is because they are so quick and easy to clean.  All you need is the right cleaner and a little bit of time.  You don’t even have to spend a lot of money on cleaner—some people make their own using very common ingredients that you can buy at any store.

There are two different methods for cleaning your glass shower doors.  The first is the daily method.  Once you’ve finished showering, simply take a standard squeegee and wipe down the doors.  You can buy squeegees at any automotive store since they’re usually designed to be used on your car’s windshield, but they work just as well for cleaning glass shower doors.

However, even if you clean the doors every time you shower, you’ll still occasionally need to do a more thorough cleaning.  This will help completely eliminate fingerprints, smudges, streaks, and anything else you can see on your shower doors.

There are a couple of different types of cleaners you can use.  You can purchase a chemical cleaner at many stores, but if you want to be green or if you’re allergic to some chemicals, you can make your own.  One of the most common cleaners is to mix a cup of standard dish soap with a cup of warm vinegar.  Put this mixture is a spray bottle and spray down the doors, then scrub them with a sponge.

If your shower doors don’t have much of a build-up on them but you still want to give them a quick cleaning, you can use any standard glass cleaner.  This will leave them sparkling and perfectly clear in just a few minutes.

That’s all there is to cleaning your custom glass shower doors.  It’s quick, easy, and it makes your shower look amazing.

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