Shower doors made of glass are notorious for getting dirty quickly due to hard water deposits and soap scum.

Obviously, I have a shower cabin, and I honestly tell you that I got tired of wiping those glass doors. Because he has more patience than I do, this task was assigned to my husband. He also knows some tricks to easily and effectively clean it without using chemicals. I wish I had known that from the beginning!

Therefore, every time he prepares for cleaning the bathroom (depending on how stubborn the stains are), he blends the next magical cleaner that removes any trace of dirt from the glass shower doors.

🥛 The fastest trick: adding vinegar

Those white spots on the shower glass are nothing but hard water and soap scum. To remove limescale, use a gentle acid that won’t damage the glass, but will melt those hard-to-clean deposits. Take the vinegar bottle and a clean cloth and start rubbing the glass shower doors.

🥣 Vinegar and baking soda

If the calcareous and rust stains on the shower are old, the best solution is to mix a few tablespoons of baking soda with half a cup of vinegar – you’ll get a white paste. Apply the paste to the shower glass doors without rubbing and let it act for 10 minutes. Rub the glass surface gently with a dish sponge. Rinse it with lukewarm water.

🧴 Vinegar and dish detergent

If the soap scum and limescale stains are small and quite new, mix a half-cup dish detergent with 1 cup vinegar. Pour the solution in a spray bottle and apply it over every inch of the shower doors. After 2-5 minutes, spray again and wipe everything with a cloth or sponge. Rinse with plenty of water.