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    Glass shower doors

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    What do y'all use to clean you glass shower doors? The new house is the first time I've had them and I'm pretty sure the previous owners didn't clean them in the 7 years they owned this house I scrubbed them twice yesterday with windex and scrubbing bubbles and they still look grimy with soap scum/hard water streaks.
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    I recommend Kaboom (not the workplace, never the workplace ) and a really rough sponge. In my old place in DC I kept a sponge and cleaner *in* the shower so I had no excuses to clean it before/after I was in it.
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    My mom has a glass shower and she surprisingly uses vinegar and dish soap to get them clean. It gets all the grimy soap scum off then she will polish them with glass cleaner. She also has a squeegee in the shower to get the water off before she gets out!


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    Quote Originally Posted by KittenMittens View Post
    I recommend Kaboom (not the workplace, never the workplace ) and a really rough sponge. In my old place in DC I kept a sponge and cleaner *in* the shower so I had no excuses to clean it before/after I was in it.
    I do this now, for the same reason. I still find excuses though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amandalouwho2 View Post
    My mom has a glass shower and she surprisingly uses vinegar and dish soap to get them clean. It gets all the grimy soap scum off then she will polish them with glass cleaner. She also has a squeegee in the shower to get the water off before she gets out!
    vinegar is the bomb. cleans, disinfects, drives off bugs (supposed to anyway)
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    I use half white vinegar, half windex mixed in a spray bottle. Let it sit on there for a couple minutes, that's what always works best for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KittenMittens View Post
    I recommend Kaboom (not the workplace, never the workplace ) and a really rough sponge. In my old place in DC I kept a sponge and cleaner *in* the shower so I had no excuses to clean it before/after I was in it.
    I've never used Kaboom! I've wondered if it's as awesome as it looks in the commercials haha this is the guest room shower so its not even like it gets used often the last owners were just pigs.
    Quote Originally Posted by amandalouwho2 View Post
    My mom has a glass shower and she surprisingly uses vinegar and dish soap to get them clean. It gets all the grimy soap scum off then she will polish them with glass cleaner. She also has a squeegee in the shower to get the water off before she gets out!
    Quote Originally Posted by Sassycat View Post
    I use half white vinegar, half windex mixed in a spray bottle. Let it sit on there for a couple minutes, that's what always works best for me.
    I was wondering about vinegar! I'll have to try both of these tomorrow!

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