If you have a shower door, then this cleaning tip by Andrea Jean Cleaning on YouTube will be helpful on how to remove the built-up soap scum and hard water stains. Over time, cleaning bathrooms can get tiresome, and you may not deep clean on some weeks than the others. So, there are easy ways to remove them using all-natural products. The supplies used for this cleaning hack is efficient because you might already have them lying around at home. You can use this combination of products to clean toilets and unclog sinks.
- cleaning vinegar
- baking soda
- squeegee, optional
- bucket of water (if you do not have a detachable sprayer)
- cleaning gloves
First, mix the vinegar and baking soda into a container. There are no specific measurements for the mixture, but she has her paste mixture. Then, take the lemon and rub it all on the shower door.
Next, scoop the cleaning paste with the sponge and scrub it on in a circular motion. Depending on the grime and how dirty your shower doors are determined how long you let the cleaning mixture sit. After 15 minutes or so, rinse off the shower door. However, if you do not have a detachable sprayer, use a rag with a bucket of warm water to wipe it off. Continue to watch Andrea Jean Cleaning tutorial on YouTube for full instructions and details.
Note: you can use this paste for the inside of the shower to clean the soap scum too. I know I need to try this method and stop being lazy because I need to get the water build-up off my shower doors. I try to use store-bought cleaning solutions, but the water stains are still there.