You can smear some toothpaste on the glass door, gently wipe it with a rag, and then wipe it again with water.
You can make your own detergent, use a watering can, add detergent, white vinegar and water, shake it evenly, spray it on the surface of the glass, and then wipe it gently with a cloth. It is better to clean it once a week.
Go to the supermarket to buy a special glass cleaner, which can effectively dissolve dirt and water stains that are difficult to remove. As long as you spray and brush again, it can be easily removed and more thoroughly.
Shower room cleaning skills
After taking a bath, it is the best time to clean the shower room. Because when taking a bath, the hot water has softened the stains on the glass, and it hardly takes any effort to just sponge it once. This method is useful for relatively new water stains, and old scale can do other work on this basis.
If only the traces left after the water is dry, they can be wiped off with newspapers. The ink on the newspapers can easily deal with these traces, and even some small oil stains can be wiped off with newspapers.
If you can’t remove the scale with cleaning tools, you should consider adding some detergent, which can be made by yourself. Salt and vinegar shall be mixed in a ratio of 1:3. After being stirred evenly, they can be used to scrub scale. Their cleaning capacity is no less than that of the detergents on the market.
Make good use of the soap head left over from washing clothes at home, and it is also a great help to clean the shower room. Boil the soap head with hot water. After the water is warm, apply the soap water all over the glass and gently wipe it to remove a lot of scale. Finally, remember to rinse it with water and dry it with newspaper for better results.
Because the shower room is always in a humid environment, mold growth is basically unavoidable. At this time, it is basically impossible to remove the mildew with a sponge. If you use a brush, the glass will be damaged. It is recommended to use an old soft bristled toothbrush, which can be used to brush away the mildew with a little toothpaste.
Buy professional cleaners, but do not use strong acidic and alkaline solvents, drugs (such as hydrochloric acid), acetone diluents and other solvents, decontamination powder, etc. Some products have adverse reactions to people’s bodies, while others will cause irreversible damage to the shower room.