We just got shower doors put in for the first time and I'm wondering what is the best cleaner to use on them? I tried Scrubbing Bubbles and it seemed to leave the glass a bit hazy. If you have shower doors, I really would appreciate any advice on what works best for you. Also, I've always used Scrubbing Bubbles on my bathroom wall tile but if anyone knows of something better, please share with me. Thanks sooooooo much!!!
I use Comet spray cleaner. Works wonderful and is only a little over 2 bucks at Wal-Mart.
We use a squeege to wipe the glass everytime we shower. It helps to keep the glass clean longer and you don't get water spots.
I like the Comet bathroom cleaner spray, too.
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I actually use and old bath scrubbie and shampoo. I clean them when I'm in the shower and rinse them down before I get out.
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arm and hammer scrub free bathroom cleaner with oxy clean.
Yellow spray bottle less than $2 at walmart.
spray the whole shower go back 30 minutes later and wipe with rag. You wouldn't believe how well it works!
I also use the shampoo and a scrubber; just be careful not to use anything too potent. I once used Greased Lightening and the doors ended up so hazy they were ruined - it cuts into the grain or something.
Anyway, another safe bet is steam or vinegar.
Once again, you guys have been a great help. Thank you soooooo much for all of your help. MissT you brought up a really good point about some of the products being too harsh such as the Greased Lightening. I had already purchased some because two of the people who placed the wall tile told us that it was the best thing to use and also recommended that it be used on the shower door. I'm so glad that I haven't used it and now I surely won't. Again, thanks to each and every one of you. I really appreciate your help...
I have found that prevention is the easiest way to keep shower doors clean. I have always squeegeed after each shower and then wiped down the glass doors with my bath towel after drying myself. I've been doing this for 10 years and it looks as good as the day it was installed. Best of all I don't have to spend hours and money scrubbing it out all the time. Just a quick clean out with soft scrub once a month does it.