You can have the most beautiful bathroom in the world, but if your shower glass is full of streaks, grime and limescale, the entire effect will be ruined. However, it can feel like an impossible challenge to keep shower glass sparkling unless you give up on showering altogether. Luckily, there are three clever tricks which take the effort out of maintaining clean, shiny shower glass. You won't need to scrub for hours after each shower, just make a few changes to your usual cleaning routine. Read on to find out exactly how to keep your shower glass looking brand new.
Spray glass with daily cleaning spray
Don't fancy doing a full clean after each quick shower? Don't worry, that's not what this spray is meant for. It's a daily cleaner that can be sprayed and left, with no need to scrub or rinse. The spray helps reduce water marks and streaks, prevents the buildup of limescale and soap scum, and reduce the risk of mould and mildew. That's a pretty impressive list of benefits for something you just spray and leave - no effort required. It's suitable for use all around the bathroom, so can also be used to keep sinks and bathtubs grime-free.
Use a squeegee to remove water after showering
If you've ever cleaned a window, you'll have used a squeegee. It's a tool with a flat rubber blade which is used to quickly and easily remove water from any surface. Using a squeegee to remove excess water from shower glass after you've used the shower is a really effective way to prevent streaks. It takes a couple of seconds, there aren't any chemicals involved, and you'll save yourself on loads of cleaning time. You can purchase special 'shower squeegees' which come with metal wall fittings for easy and attractive storage.
Coat with rain repellent glass spray
Ever used rain repellent glass spray on your vehicle? It provides two benefits in one - a streak-free clean, plus an invisible coating which repels rain. The hydrophobic coating cause water to bead up and slide off the glass, instead of trickling down to create long streaks. It works just as well on shower glass as it does on car windows, and will save you loads of time and effort cleaning. The coating usually lasts for a couple of months, so you won't need to reapply too often.
Sick of seeing your shower glass covered in streaks? Use these three clever tricks to keep it sparkling at all times.Share
19 July 2017
Hello, my name is Sandra. I live in Western Australia with my husband and our two kids. I wanted to start a new blog so I could talk about windows and the joy they can bring into a person's life. I didn't fully understand or appreciate windows until we moved into our current home. It is a large place with plenty of windows. When I first stepped through the front door, I thought I had died and gone to heaven. The light was amazing and the view made me want to cry. Having so many windows to look after has meant that I have had to learn a lot about maintaining them. I hope you enjoy my blog!