If you have a shower with sliding shower doors, you may have wondered how to clean it. The tracks and various parts of this type of shower just seem to collect soap scum and other dirt. It doesn’t take too long before it just looks bad. The general rule of thumb is that the sliding shower doors will last about ten years before they need to be replaced so if yours are old you may want to start with a fresh set rather than taking the time to clean them.
The sliding shower doors contains four tracks; two on the top and two on the bottom. When these get dirty the doors don’t slide properly and it can be frustrating. The tracks collect dirt and goop from the soapy water that runs into them during your shower. Since most people don’t take the time to wipe out the tracks after their showers the water evaporates leaves an ever thickening layer of soap scum and mildew. If this process goes on too long the tracks can become permanently damaged.
Cleaning the sliding shower doors isn’t difficult if you have the proper supplies on hand. You will need the following to make it as quick and easy a cleaning job as possible. Use vinegar and water or other homemade, eco friendly cleaning supplies for the best (and greenest) results. Use about three parts water to one part cleaning solution or white vinegar. Warm water will make it a little easier, as well. When items are maintained they last longer and save you money. Take the time to learn the best ways to maintain your home to save yourself time as well.
These are some supplies for cleaning shower doors :
– Bucket of rinse water
– Spray bottle of plain white vinegar
– Glass squeegee
– Old toothbrush for small areas
– Soft cloth for drying
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