Always Have Stubborn Water Stains On Your Bathroom Glass? Try This!
Bathroom Business School
The main construction of a shower room is the glass as well as the hardware. Glass looks bright and shiny, but in fact, the glass in the bathroom can easily gather stains. In the long run, stubborn stains can be difficult to remove.
From a distance, the glass looks clean, but on closer inspection, you will find stains everywhere. The reason why you can’t wipe it clean is because you don’t know the right way to clean it.
Today, we bring you tips on how to clean your shower glass, with six tricks to get rid of stubborn stains, so you don’t have to worry about cleaning your bathroom anymore!
Pour a little shampoo into the basin, stir evenly and then dip a rag into it. This will make the glass door extra clean and bright.
Apply chalk dust water or plaster dust to the glass door beforehand. Once the glass has dried, wipe it directly with a dry rag to remove the stain. Wipe the glass clean.
For aged dirt that has built up in the corners of glass doors, clean by mixing half cool with half water in a spray bottle. Spray onto the glass again and then gently wipe clean with an old newspaper. Occasionally there will be black spots on the glass door, which can then be wiped with a cloth dipped in some toothpaste.
Glass doors that are often covered in grease can also be given a ‘new lease of life’ by using cling film and a damp cloth sprayed with detergent.
First, spray the glass door fully with detergent and then apply cling film to soften any solidified oil stains. After ten minutes, remove the film and wipe it with a damp cloth. If there are pen marks on the glass door, rub with an eraser soaked in water and then wipe with a damp cloth.
If there is paint on the glass door, use cotton dipped in hot vinegar to scrub. Use a clean dry cloth dipped in alcohol to wipe the glass, which can make it bright as a crystal. Bathroom mirror stained with oil, available rag, take tea water cleaning. But do not let the tea seep to the edge or back of the mirror, so as not to damage the plating on the back of the mirror. You can also use a soft cloth or gauze, dipped in some paraffin or wax to wipe. Never use a wet cloth to wipe directly, otherwise the mirror surface will be more blurred.
Dirty mirrors can also be cleaned with a cloth dipped in pure alcohol or white vinegar against water, or with sliced white radish, and then wiped dry with a dry cloth.