We go to our bathroom to have a shower. We have showered because we want to be clean. What about the bathroom around us? Are they also clean? It is not only aesthetically important to create a clean bathroom, but also it is an important thing to do for our health. The bathroom is damp and moist, thus many unwanted living organisms would be developing under the circumstance. Cleaning it would be the best way to prevent this unhealthy organism. Cleaning the bathroom means cleaning the floor, the tub, the sink, the shower doors, etc.
It is not so easy to keep the shower doors clean when they are being used to cover water, soap, shampoo and other products for so many times in a day. But you can try to do it by banishing the buildup first. Try to mix distilled vinegar after being heated with dish detergent is very effective in cleaning the soap and other products buildup that made the shower door look unattractive. But that would work best if your door is made of glass or ceramic, on the other hand, if you are using the stone shower, vinegar would cause damage and not cleaning it. So, you would need to use the mixture of baking soda and liquid soap instead. Then simply brush them off the shower door with the non-scratch sponge.
Good maintenance to the shower doors would be a routine one. You can simply clean them after each shower with warm water. This way, if you are using warm water for shower, the grime has locked up. And then as you are already wet, you do not need to be afraid of getting messy and wet while cleaning these doors to the shower rooms.
Another idea to clean shower doors is to use citrus solutions. This is the trick to clean the glass shower door. Simply cut a whole lemon in half and then dip one of the cut to a solution of baking soda. Mix them well and then rub them to the glass door. Once you see that the glass door is clean, you can also apply a little lemon oil on it so that the soapy water would not dry on the glass afterwards and you would not need to clean it so often.
The shower doors would have metal frames around them. To clean the frame, you can use a toothbrush. It is small enough to go into corners and it is soft enough not to cause any unwanted damage. You can also use a paint scraper to help you get the gunk away and a razor to scrape mineral spots of the glass.