Glass shower doors are very beautiful in any bathroom, but also very hard to clean, because every drop of hard water leaves marks behind and the soap film is hard to remove. At least this is what they say, because I’ve tried some natural ingredients from my pantry and this job turn out being very easy and with spectacular results.
The quickest trick is to use vinegar
Those white spots from your shower cabin are nothing but soap film and limestone.
Limestone occurs because of tap water, and the easiest solution to remove it is by using a gentle acid mixture that doesn’t attack the glass, but which will melt the soap film particles.
Vinegar and baking soda
If limestone and rust stains are old and hard to clean, the easiest solution is mixing a few tablespoons of baking soda with vinegar to obtain a paste.
Apply the paste all over the stained area and let it act for 10 minutes.
Use the green side of a dish sponge to rub gently the glass surface, then risne with lukewarm water.