A tranquil, spa-like master bathroom is all the rage right now in bathroom design. Who wouldn’t want to have their own inviting retreat to come home to at the end of the day? One key feature of the modern bathroom that homeowners are loving is glass shower doors. Next to the tub, the shower is a main focal point of the bathroom. Glass shower doors and surrounds are a sleek way to show off that beautiful tile work and set the tone for the rest of your bathroom design. However, a beautiful bathroom is a clean bathroom, and it doesn’t take long before your glass is covered in streaks, fingerprints and water spots. Here are some recommendations from the custom shower experts at Indy Renovation on how to keep those glass doors shining. 

Glass Shower Doors

Apply a Factory Sealant

When applied to your shower glass, a factory sealant will protect the glass from chemicals and minerals that build up and cause damage over time. It also causes water to roll right off in little beads so that water spots do not form.  

Use an Ammonia-Free Glass Cleaner

It is important to clean your class regularly with a gentle product as harsh chemicals will mar the glass surface. A white vinegar solution is a good option because it gently cleans and kills bacteria, mold, and mildew.

Squeegee the Glass after Every Use

Get yourself and your family into the habit of using a squeegee on the glass at the end of each shower. This simple step will do wonders in preventing hard water build-up. You can keep a squeegee in the shower suctioned to the wall for easy access.

Try Baking Soda for Stubborn Stains

Create a paste by adding water to baking soda and apply it to the tougher hard water stains. Scrubbing the affected area with a sponge should clear that stain right off.

From custom showers and tile installation to a complete bathroom remodel, Indy Renovation can help you create the bathroom of your dreams. We have proudly served Indianapolis for over 50 years, and we want to continue that trend of excellence and superior service for years to come. To find out more about bathroom remodeling or our financing, contact us today at (317) 375-4464.

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