How to Keep Your Glass Shower Sparkly Clean: Simple Steps

How to Keep Your Glass Shower Sparkly Clean: Simple Steps

Previously we have discussed how to deep clean your shower to get rid of germs, mould, and other atrocities, but now you’re struggling to keep your shower glass smudge-free and sparkling. Who wants a gorgeous glass shower with soap scum, stains, or fingerprints all over it? Not us and certainly not you! Follow these five simple steps to ensure your shower is not just clean on the inside, but on the outside as well! 1. Use Non-talc-containing Soap If you’re a homeowner using the simple bar soap instead of shower gel, you’ll want to check if you’re using a bar soap with talc. Most bar soaps on the market contain talc. Talc is the ingredient causing all that soap build-up on your glass shower door. Luckily there are a few options on the market for bar soaps without talc—Dove or other natural soaps—to ensure your shower door stays soap scum-free. 2. Use a Squeegee You know that funny-looking device they use to clean your car’s windows at the petrol station? It’s called a squeegee and you can use it to clean your glass shower doors as well. Many shower door manufacturers produce shower doors which contain a coating to help prevent build-up, but a squeegee will help remove soap and water stains. Try to make use of the squeegee every day to wipe down your shower doors—try to do it right after your shower, so you won’t forget and it can become a habit. How to use the Squeegee Effectively Start in the top corner of the shower door, apply slight pressure and drag it all the way down the glass. Repeat the...