How to Remove Limescale From a Shower Door: Inexpensive and super effective homemade methods to get rid of it!

Let’s face it: there are chores around the house that we would gladly have someone else complete

Among them without a doubt is cleaning the shower glass in our bathroom.

Being able to make a shower glass shiny and without a small stain is a tough task, but with the help of a few tricks it is possible to get rid of limescale in one go.

Of course, you only need to go to a supermarket to find any product to disinfect and degrease the shower surface.  However, it is well known that home methods are much more effective and definitely cheaper.

The remedies I am about to list are very simple and most importantly, they will not take much time out of our day.

Let’s get started right away!

Shower glass detergent: ready in minutes and super effective!

To create a homemade detergent that can effectively clean glass panes, you need to have the following ingredients on hand:

  • 2 tablespoons of dishwashing detergent
  • 5 oz of alcohol
  • 5 oz of white vinegar
  • 17 oz of water

Having prepared our mixture, you only need to pour it into a spray bottle and spray the mixture on the surface to be cleaned. After that it will be enough to remove it with the help of a little warm water.

To clean shower glass we can also make use of another ally: vinegar. An effective way to use this ingredient is to create a mixture with baking soda and white vinegar to spread directly on the limestone to be treated. Allow the mixture to work for 15 minutes and then remove it with warm water.

If, on the other hand, you prefer to use only one ingredient, you can simply wet a cloth with pure vinegar and clean tiles, faucets and even, of course, shower glass.

Finally, to make the glass shiny, after using the method we prefer, we can avoid the appearance of unsightly stains in our shower by using the squeegee brush.

Well, now all that remains is to choose the above-mentioned methods and apply it.

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