How to Clean Glass Shower Doors Without Chemicals

Cleaning glass shower doors can be challenging if you are allergic to ingredients in commercial products. Luckily, with these solutions you can avoid harmful substances and prevent red eyes, sneezing and red spots on your skin!

To enjoy a clean, shiny shower stall, you should clean it weekly with one of the following solutions. Additionally, to maintain shine, wipe glass doors daily with a scraper and microfiber cloth.

1. How to Clean Glass Shower Doors with Vinegar

For the first cleaning method you will need: 1 cup distilled white vinegar, 3 cups warm water, 1 spray bottle, 1 sponge and 1 microfiber cleaning cloth. Pour vinegar and warm water into a glass, spray the resulting solution onto the glass and use a sponge to wipe away stubborn stains. Finish with a microfiber cloth.

Advice: Do not use vinegar, lemon juice or other acidic cleaners on natural stone surfaces such as marble, travertine and granite!

2. How to Clean Glass Shower Doors with Baking Soda

For the second method, you will need 1/2 cup baking soda, 2 tablespoons warm water, 1 bowl and 2 microfiber cloths. Place baking soda in a bowl, add water and stir until a thick paste forms. Apply the paste to the glass (already damp) with a microfiber cloth, let it sit, wipe, rinse with warm water and dry with a clean cloth.

3. How to Clean Glass Shower Doors with Grapefruit

For this method you will need 1 fresh grapefruit, 1 cup table salt and 1 microfiber cloth. Cut the fruit in half and place one side in salt. Rub the fruit directly onto the shower door without pressing, then leave the mixture for 10 minutes. Rinse and, if necessary, repeat with the other half. If you cleaned the door, dry it with a rag.

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How to Clean Glass Shower Doors Without Chemicals