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Tips for cleaning glass doors in the bathroom

Tips for cleaning glass doors in the bathroom
Bright Cleaning Queens


Keeping the bathroom glass doors clean is one of the things that you always have to control inside the home to avoid possible illness, as moisture and soap residue left after showering not only leave the glass tarnished, it can also cause mold inside the bathroom. To prevent that from happening is that we will give you some tips for cleaning glass doors in the bathroom.
Choose or make a cleaning product 

Consider whether you prefer to use a commercial cleaner, a non-toxic cleaner or a homemade cleaner. Many of the commercial cleaning products are quite effective. They can keep doors, tiles and shower drainage gleaming and without atrocious. However, they often contain dangerous chemicals and can cause breathing problems (acute and chronic), headaches and allergic reactions. Fortunately, there are several non-toxic materials that you can use to make your own cleaning product safe and effective.

- Many companies do not place the ingredients list of their products. In this case, look for any labels that say "Warning" and "Caution". Products labeled by the words "Poison" and "Danger" are the most likely to cause health problems if not used correctly.


- Always read the product instructions and use them according to the purpose for which they were created. This way, you will stay safe and your bathroom will be clean.


- There are also a large number of products made from plants, non-corrosive and ecological for sale.

Get a commercial cleaning solution. You can find a lot of cheap and effective products in tool shops, groceries and cleaning. You may need such products if you have a serious soap waste problem, as in the case of living in an apartment that hasn't been cleaned in quite a while or ever before.

- If the products contain chlorine or ammonia, there is a risk that they cause respiratory diseases and irritation of the skin, eyes, nose and throat.

- Make sure air flows into the room. Use a rag, mask, or respirator to cover your mouth and nose.

- Wear gloves to protect your skin from contact with any hazardous chemicals.

Prepare a solution based on baking soda. Pour half a cup of baking soda into a water container, such as a jug or large measuring cup. Then add a small amount of water and mix well. Consistency should be pasty. If it is too watery, add more baking soda. If it is very hard and dry in some parts, add small amounts of water and mix completely to obtain a homogeneous paste.

- Sodium bicarbonate is a mild alkaline compound, so when mixed with water, it is very effective for dissolving dirt and grease. It is also a natural deodorizer and will partially eliminate the odor of the bath.

- Consider the size of the shower doors to calculate the amount of cleaning product you need to make.

Prepare a vinegar-based solution. Pour a layer of distilled white vinegar into a glass container. Consider the size of the shower doors and decide how much you need. Vinegar is acidic and kills fungi, germs and bacteria, making it an excellent cleaning product. 

- Although this solution works well on its own, many cleaning enthusiasts write online and recommend mixing equally with dishwasher soap. In this case, you will need to heat the vinegar in the microwave before using it to dissolve the soap more easily.

- Add a few drops of essential oil to give your bath a pleasant aroma. Some oils, such as tea tree, are antimicrobials and contribute to cleaning.

- Vinegar will also help prevent stains from forming on the glass of the doors.

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