How to clean watermark from shower door

How To Clean Watermark From Shower Door

By Jane K - 18 of Aug, 2021

It’s always a challenge to clean shower doors of the hard water stains and soap scum that lingers after a wash. Water marks are caused when hard water – water that is high in minerals such as lime, calcium and silica – dries and leaves deposits on bathroom surfaces such as porcelain and glass. If you have a shower enclosure or shower screen, you’ll know the tell-tale signs of watermarks all too well: those droplet shaped marks that blight the glass and appear after every shower. It can be extremely difficult to remove watermarks and limescale from glass shower doors, and without proper cleaning, they’ll return all too quickly.


You don’t have to resort to harsh chemicals. After all, ammonia and bleach are powerful, but the noxious fumes and side effects can be risky. Luckily, you can effectively learn how to clean shower doors in ways that are much safer for your family when you reach into the pantry for more natural ingredients. Please read this post to know how to clean it

Use Baking Soda and Vinegar

Steps to clean:

1. Spread a baking soda paste over your shower doors, then activate with vinegar.
- Start with a half cup of baking soda in a wide-mouth container, such as a jar. Add just enough water to form a thick paste. Rub the paste on shower doors with either your hand or a non-abrasive sponge, then rinse with vinegar.

2.Soak the shower door track with vinegar.
- If your shower doors slide, don't forget to clean the metal tracks that the doors run along. Tips: Plug the drain holes with a bit of paper towel, fill the track with vinegar, and let sit overnight.

3. Dry off the shower door after each use.
- Prevent soap scum and mold buildup by using a squeegee, sponge, or absorbent towel on the doors and walls of the enclosure after every shower. Doing so helps remove residue before it hardens, while also eliminating the moisture that mold and mildew need in order to thrive.

Note: If you use a sponge or towel, be sure to wring it well and allow it to dry completely between uses. Launder the towel or throw the sponge in the dishwasher to disinfect.”

4. Occasionally spiff up your shower door with diluted vinegar.
-  If you can get your family to adopt this regime, it won’t be necessary to clean shower doors often, only to shine things up occasionally by spraying with a 50-50 solution of vinegar and water.

Use Lemon

Steps to clean:

1. Squeeze about 3 tablespoons of juice from the lemons

2 Mix the lemon juice with a cup of distilled water in your spray bottle

3. Shake the bottle to thoroughly mix the liquids.

4. Spray the shower doors with the solution and let it sit for about five minutes

5. Using downward motions, wipe the solution from the glass.

6. Buff any streaks with a dry microfiber cloth.

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