2. Baking soda
Baking soda is also a great way to clean your shower doors. Mix it with just enough water to create a thick paste and use a sponge to rub it onto the doors. You can rinse it off with water, but rinsing with vinegar is more effective. Finish by wiping the doors with a dry cloth.
3. Bar Keeper’s Friend
While usually used for stainless steel appliances, Bar Keeper’s Friend can also clean your glass doors. Pour some onto the abrasive side of a sponge and scrub the doors with it. When you’ve scrubbed everything, rinse it off with water and let it air dry.
Looking for a way to clean your shower doors and make your bathroom smell pretty good? Grab some Pine-Sol. Mix 1/8 cup of Pine-Sol with 1/2 gallon of warm water, soak a clean rag in the mixture and then use it to wipe down your glass doors. You can also make it easier on yourself by putting the mixture into a spray bottle and spraying it on the doors. Finish by rinsing off the glass with warm water.
If you’re looking for a completely natural way to clean your shower doors, try a lemon. Cut the lemon in half and scrub the glass with the cut side, squeezing while you scrub. Depending on the severity of your hard water stains, you might have to make a few passes with the lemon, but it should take care of it pretty easily. When you’re finished, wipe over the glass with a damp towel to remove the leftover lemon juice and let it air dry.
6. Magic Eraser
When you just need to spot-clean sections of your glass doors, a Magic Eraser is your best bet. Just dampen the Eraser and scrub it over the water stain or soap scum until the glass shines like it’s brand new.