Glass shower doors add a modern touch to your bathroom. The downside of these sleek shower doors is that hard water stains and soap scum will be on full display for guests to see if you are not diligent! Keeping shower doors clean is less about technique and more about using the right products. For the showers pictured above, we would begin by spraying CLR and allowing the spray to soak on the door. We then recommend using a “Magic Eraser” to remove the grime. If this process doesn’t seem to be doing the trick, try rinsing and scrubbing the shower doors with Comet. While keeping the doors extremely wet, use a razor blade to remove the grime. Now that your doors are looking refreshed, it’s time to focus on the track for the doors. We recommend spraying bleach into the grooves of the tracks and allowing it to soak for 5-10 minutes. Following the soaking period, scrub the track with a tile brush or even an old toothbrush.
It is important to remember that hard water stains and grime build up over time. Regularly cleaning your shower doors will improve the condition of the door, but it is possible that your doors may never be completely restored to their original glory. So, don’t worry or think you’re doing something wrong if your shower doors don’t look brand new after you’ve cleaned them.