I recently moved to an apartment with the bathroom having glass shower door.
This is the first time I have a bathroom with glass shower door.
I am still trying to find the best tools to clean and wipe the dirt on the glass without worrying to leave any scratches.
Any brand mentioned is welcome
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@lleonyta, I've got something like this and it works a treat. You can pick one up at most hardware stores - maybe even at a supermarket or $2 shop.
It's also best to scrape the glass down every couple of times you shower. That way you don't have a whole lot of grimy soap build-up when you go to clean it properly.
Hi @lleonyta, I have a small shower squeegee that I leave in the shower and give the glass a quick clean a couple of times a week. You can pick these up for only a couple of dollars. Mine is a Mr Clean Shower Squeegee but I know there's a Sabo branded one too. I also use glass cleaner and give the panel a good wipe with a paper towel or cloth every few weeks too.
Thanks guys for the suggestions! I haven't got squeegee, so I'll definitely try!
Do you guys have tried to use any spray to go with the squeegee?
At the moment I am using this Chux bathroom duet cloth:
and Bam foam spray:
However I find the spray is running out so quickly, I have only used it for a few times, and it's almost finished! It's also quite pricey. So I am looking for an alternative.
@lleonyta, I only use spray when I give the bathroom a proper clean and I go for Shower Power. My one tip when using it would be to make sure the room is well ventilated. It's really potent!
@lleonyta & all, I came across a company (a while ago, & forgotten name) on the net that was promoting their cleaning innovation, that removed calcification build up from glass shower screens. Strangely, they openly declared that it was 5000 grit Wet & Dry Paper, which is readily available (used in auto paintshops), & hardly patentable.
Armed with that tip, I bought some sheets on eBay:
This morning I wet the paper, & with very light pressure, rubbed over the glass, rinsing the glass & paper as I went. I then did the tiles too. As you're doing it, you'll notice that as the surface gets cleaner, the paper drags less & very soon glides over the surface when it's clean.
The cubicle came up like brand new, so I'm very happy.