Are you wondering how you can keep and maintain your Clean Shower after it’s installed? Cleaning your new shower door and glass can be tricky. To make it simple for you we have listed below all the products we recommend and use as well as some additional tips.
Products to Avoid
Cleaning your new shower door takes using quality cleaners that aren’t too harsh. So first lets discuss what cleaners you should AVOID. Many bathroom cleaners can damage the surface of your shower door. The following list should be avoided when Cleaning your glass and maintaining that Clean Shower feel.
- Vinegar based products
- Abrasive powders and liquids
- Steel or Teflon Pads
- Razor Blades
Recommended Products for a Clean Shower
When looking for a cleaner that will work without damaging the surface of your shower door, the BEMA (The Bath Enclosure Manufacturers Association) tested some of the most popular cleaners for a Clean Shower. Comet Non-Abrasive Bathroom Cleaner gave great results while still being gentle on the surface of the shower door. In addition, below is a list of other recommended items or products to use to clean shower and glass.
- Eliminate (CL100)
- MIRACLE SCRUB (CL106)
- INVISIBLE SHIELD (CL107)
- REPEL (CL108 & CL1080)
- ASD SQUEEGEE (CL120) (CL150)
- COMET NON-ABRASIVE BATHROOM CLEANER
- Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
- ITEMS SHOWN BELOW CAN ONLY BE ORDERED W SHOWER INSTALLATION DUE TO DEMAND
Additional Tips For a Clean Shower
Also, here are some important tips to help you keep your shower doors sparkling:
- First of all, to keep glass dry use a squeegee or dry with a microfiber cloth after every shower. This is our #1 tip and the most important thing for you to do. Also be aware that using a squeegee daily is a great way to prolong the life of your shower.
- Secondly, allow the shower area to ventilate by either using a ventilation fan or open a window for a little while after your shower. This will help maintain the health of your bathroom environment by reducing the chance of any mold developing.
- In addition, I will teach you a very good trick. Use a dryer sheet to scrub glass when the shower is not wet. The sheet is strong enough to scrub away Hard Water and Bath Scum while not scratching the Glass.
- Also using bar soap can greatly increase soap scum, but switching to dye-free and liquid soaps that are more easily dissolved can help rid your shower of that soap scum buildup.
- Finally, often soap scum mess can be the result hard water, therefore you may want to consider installing a whole house water softening system. There are many on the market.