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post #61 of Old 06-05-2018, 07:10 AM
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Such hard spots make glass shower doors look ugly. Do one thing, make a mixture of vinegar, water, lemon juice and a baking soda paste and use it to clean those hard stains. Keep in mind that all the quantities should be mixed equally. Try it. Hope you will find better results. If still, you have any confusion you can watch home cleaning videos on Youtube.
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post #62 of Old 07-02-2018, 01:37 PM
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Vinegar works great! Let it sit for a while. I use it all the time!

Then come back and wipe it down really well with a micro-fiber cloth, or with a magic eraser. Works great when using either or both.

After I use the magic eraser, I go back over it again with a micro-fiber cloth to get anything that is left and also to make the glass shine more ( like "buffing" it till it is nice, shiny and almost like perfect again!) I hope that makes sense

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post #63 of Old 07-02-2018, 05:43 PM
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It is working all right for me. I can be a bit of a perfectionist (my OCD tendencies at work!) I hadnt thought about using a microfiber cloth. To be honest, I havent found they are all that much better than ordinary cotton cloths, such as an old T shirt cut into pieces. Lint free and very soft.

I think the water where I live has more of the minerals in it than other places do. Many homes I clean here get pink stains whereever water is used. I am sure that is something in the water, plus the calcium stains that show on glass. Those white stains are tenanciouos! They do not come off easily, and I have pretty strong arms and hands.
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