For the very first time, I’m having to deal with a glass shower door in the bathroom. That means I notice soap scum build-up more easily than ever before. A shower curtain tends to hide the soap scum just a tad longer than a see-through glass door. Since I see this soap scum build up every single day, I’ve been wracking my brain to come up with a way to make it less of a hassle to clean shower doors. I’ve found that wiping down the walls and door daily helps a great deal. But, I finally figured out way to make cleaning a glass shower door a breeze!
Yes, the Rain-X that you use on your vehicle windows.
Using Rain-x to prevent soap scum build-up on glass shower doors.
Rain-x repels water.
Since soap scum is the junk left behind when the water evaporations, using Rain-x on your glass shower doors seems to slow down the rate at which that yucky soap scum can build up.
One bottle of the Rain-x pictured should last about a bazillion years (give or take a few!) if you only use it on your shower doors. That means it’s relatively inexpensive.
Rain-x is also super easy to apply. Here’s how:
Spray the Rain-x on your glass shower doors. It should only take a few squirts to cover the enter door.
Wipe with a clean towel cover the entire door with Rain-x and continue until completely dry.
Spray the glass with water to test how the Rain-x works.
Watch the water just bead up and roll away! Here’s a side-by-side comparison so you can see the difference on my shower door.
Enjoy several weeks (maybe even months) of soap scum free glass shower doors! Using Rain-X on my glass shower door has really saved me time and energy when it comes to scrubbing dirt and soap scum away. That means I have more time to find more cleaning tips to share on i Dream of Clean. Or, you know, something more fun like hanging with friends and family!
Order a bottle of Rain-x today! It works wonders on your car windshield too!
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