We found this great article about cleaning your glass shower door with a squeegee. It's so easy to use and it just make since. So lave behind your traditional way of thinking when it comes to cleaning your tub and make the adjustment.
I’ve seen some bizarre things in the seven years I’ve been doling out cleaning advice: an uptick in questions about couches when I started writing for a men’s interest site, a reader who rubbed Valencia oranges on the armpits of a dress shirt hoping to eliminate body odor (it did not work), and three separate incidents in which a pound of butter was melted into a car seat. But this is truly strange: The most common question that New York Times readers ask me is, “How do I clean a glass shower door?”
I don’t know why this particular problem is such a plague on our readers, but I do have help!
• Try dryer sheets: The ingredients in dryer sheets that soften fabrics and eliminate static also break down soap scum. Wet the sheet and use it to scrub the glass door. If necessary, wipe residue using a squeegee or glass cleaner.
• Grab a Magic Eraser: If the dryer sheets don’t do the trick, a Magic Eraser can cut through soap scum and mineral buildup on glass shower doors.
• Live the squeegee life: If you have glass shower doors, invest in a squeegee and use it to regularly wipe the glass to prevent buildup in the first place.
Article Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/14/smarter-living/your-best-tips-for-beating-burnout.html
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