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The Easy Way to Clean Shower Sliding Doors

Updated on August 17, 2013

Introduction

Fast fun quick safe easy way to clean your shower doors. Clean your shower door without breathing toxic cleaning solution. Never worry about slipping while cleaning your shower doors. Save money by not purchasing any cleaners.


Clean Like New Sliding Shower Doors

Easy way to make sliding glass shower doors look new again.
Easy way to make sliding glass shower doors look new again. | Source

How to Clean Shower Sliding Doors the Easy Way

When cleaning your sliding glass doors, their is always a risk of slipping or falling. Most bathrooms do not have the proper ventilation which puts you at risk for toxic fumes while using strong chemical cleaners. You can avoid these risk by using this technique.

Step 1

Take the shower doors off the track. (Very Easy) Just be careful. Take shower doors outside.

Step 2

Put your sliding shower doors across 2 buckets or 2 garbage cans. Take baking Soda and sprinkle all over both shower doors including the chrome.

Step 3

Put apple cider vinegar into a squirt bottle. (Don’t Add Water)

Step 4

Sprinkle your baking soda on both slidding shower doors.

Step 5

Squirt the apple cider vinegar all evenly on the baking soda. The baking soda will fizz up and foam up. Let the baking soda set. Repeat this step on the other glass sliding door.

Step 6

While the doors are soaking! Clean the track! Sprinkle baking soda on the sliddind door track track. Spray the apple cider vinegar all over the track. (Take a Break)

Step 7

Spray your apple cider vinegar and rub baking sode and vinegar in a circular motion.

Step 8

Spraying the vinegar as you go. Take the rag you’re using and clean away some of the baking soda. (This is to see if shower doors are coming clean) If the glass looks clean wash it off with the garden hose. (Turn the Shower Doors Over) Repeat the steps!

Step 9

Apply Baby Oil on the glass and your chrome. This helps keep your slidding shower doors cleaner longer.

Step 10

Carefully put slidding shower doors back on the track.

The Easiest Way to Clean Shower Curtain

Clean mold,mildew and soap scum even well water stains on shower curtain.
Clean mold,mildew and soap scum even well water stains on shower curtain. | Source

Be Green Wash Old Shower Curtain

You can save money by washing your old shower curtain. Depending on how dirty and moldy your old shower curtain is. You can use apple cider vinegar and baking soda to wash your shower curtain. (You could never use to much vinegar) The dirtier the shower curtain the more vinegar and baking soda you can use.

Also if you have a few old towels you can throw in with the shower curtain the better the shower curtain will come clean.

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      Beth37 

      6 years ago

      Great tips. Im always burning my lungs cleaning the showers! Thanks. :)

    • tamron profile imageAUTHOR

      tamron 

      8 years ago

      I clean my shower doors once a year. I have city water now but unfortunately with well water you will need to do it twice a year. Make sure to use plenty of baby oil on the chrome.

      Thanks for your comments!

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      Tony Payne 

      8 years ago from Southampton

      Great tips, it works!

    • tamron profile imageAUTHOR

      tamron 

      8 years ago

      Using the baking soda and vinegar will clean the well water rust stains. I forgot to mention that in my article.

      Thanks for the comment!

    • katiedid101 profile image

      katiedid101 

      8 years ago from Rural Iowa

      Hey Tamron, Thanks for the pointers. We have well water which results in alot of lime build up. It is very difficult to keep my shower doors clean. I am definitely going to try this especially the baby oil to keep from having to clean as often. Voted up and useful! Thanks!

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