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Cleaning Glass Shower Doors

Glass Shower Doors

Keep Your Glass Shower Doors Clear Of Soap Scum And Hard Water!

Do you have glass shower doors in your bathroom? Beautiful glass doors or walls are a great way to give your bathroom a larger and more modern appeal, but many homeowners in DFW are consistently frustrated by their glass shower doors becoming foggy and clouded over time. This is caused by one of two things, soap scum or hard water. Soap scum is usually fairly easy to remove, but hard water buildup can really put up a fight.

Today we will discuss a few ways you can prevent hard water stains, as well as remove existing ones. However, it is important to act quickly. If you leave your shower doors with hard water build up for too long, such as several years, you may not be able to remove it at all. If that’s the case for your shower doors, give our team a call at 817-937-6267 for new and improved glass doors that are sure to impress!


If you’d like to prevent buildup on your clean shower doors, you have a few different option. Simply wiping down the walls and doors with a squeegee or towel after using the shower will prevent the water from depositing any residue. some clients additionally keep a solution of one part water and one part vinegar next to the shower, and clean the doors with it after every use.


If your shower already has residue on it, here are 3 cleaning methods to try out:

White Vinegar: Spray whole or part vinegar onto the glass. make sure the door stays wet with your vinegar or vinegar solution for five minutes, and then scrub the glass in a circular motion. the residue should then come off with a bit of scrubbing.

BarKeeper’s Friend: You can buy this product as a liquid or a powder, but either way, you will want to coat your glass with it. Scrub thoroughly and rinse.

Baking Soda: Baking soda is another great way to clean your bathroom, and it has been known to tackle tough hard water deposits. Mix it with water to form a paste, and then apply it over the glass. Allow to sit for a few minutes and then scrub. Rinse and enjoy the results!