How To Remove Stubborn Water Stains On Your Shower Room Glass Doors:

Are you often seeing white colored cloudy spots on your glass walls and windows? If the answer is a “yes” then chances are your tap or faucet water has a high mineral content that causes water stains that makes it very difficult to clean and get rid of permanently. Hard Water consists of high levels of magnesium and calcium which can also stain and calcify on bathroom mirrors, faucets and toilet bowl seats. If we don’t clean it the right way it could make our fixtures look less attractive and it will definitely make our cleaning task more difficult. If we neglect these stains for a long time it can cause corrosion which can eventually damage the fixtures. You are considered quite lucky and should be thankful if you don’t have hard water in your home because it means that you will be dealing with less problems in the future. So in this article, we will be talking to you about several tips on how to keep your frameless glass shower screens in Perth sparklingly clean despite of having hard water. You don’t actually need to spend a lot of money just to clean water stains in your bathroom and kitchen area. All you need is a do it yourself cleaning solution in order to fix the problem right away. First you would need to mix equal parts of your dishwashing liquid and white vinegar in a large plastic bowl or container.

Combine the two ingredients together and dip a sponge into the mixture and gently scrub it on your glass shower screens. Apply the mixture on both sides of the stained glass and leave it for at least 15 to 20 minutes before totally rinsing the surface by pouring water from top to bottom. Remember to apply the product generously on every stained surface and you can even include your bathroom windows, sinks and toilet bowls. The next step is you would be needing a glass cleaning solution that can be readily purchased at the supermarket or home depot’s and kitchen paper towels to wipe off the surface. If you find kitchen towels too expensive or impractical, you can use a microfiber cloth or old newspapers to make the surface shiny and stain free. Visit https://www.yss.com.au/products/matte_black_frameless_shower_screens.php for matte black frameless shower.

As a preventative maintenance you can use this cleaning solution at least once a week to prevent hard water from building up. And in case of build-ups you can mix equal parts of salt and water and pour it into the surface and use a soft bristled toothbrush to remove the calcified mineral sediments. It is only during worst case scenarios that we would recommend you to use acid based cleaners which may cause side effects if mishandled.