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Thank you all for the tips. I will try them all!
Glad to see all the tips. I have a water softener, so vinegar alone works for us.
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Here are 2 ways to clean shower doors:
1.Clean them with vinegar, baking soda, and salt. Stubborn mineral buildup on glass shower doors is no competition for a few common household ingredients—white vinegar, baking soda, and salt. Spray vinegar on the door and let it sit for a few minutes. Next, create a paste with equal amounts of baking soda and salt. Use a damp sponge to rub this paste over the door; then rinse well.
2. Remove obstinate soap buildup from glass shower doors by sprinkling a few drops of water onto a used fabric-softener sheet and scrubbing.
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We use Magic Erasers. They are amazing!
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Here's a lot of ideas! www.essortment.com/home/removesoapsc
Shampoo and a sponge/scrubber. Gets it off super easy and can be the cheapest shampoo you can find. Don't know how long it will keep it from coming back, but it's cheap and easy.
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I have so much trouble keeping my glass shower doors free of soap scum. Is there a surefire way to clean them and keep it from coming back before cleaning day?