While vinegar is a staple in the kitchen cabinet, it also is useful for cleaning shower doors. Water stains and soap scum turn a once-clean shower door into a spotted litter. Regular white vinegar in a spray bottle followed by a wipe-down with a moist sponge cleans scummy places without harsh chemicals.
While pure vinegar may be used to clean a shower door, the scent momentarily may be a bit strong as you spray it. For a more diluted solution, pour equal parts vinegar and water into a spray bottle, then shake to blend. Squirt the spray and meticulously cover both sides of the shower door, letting it sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Wipe the doors down with a moist, clean sponge then.
Soak and Scrub
For scum that’s really hard to eliminate from the door, original squirt the doors with straight vinegar and permit the vinegar to soak in for a few minutes. Pour a small quantity of the salt and baking soda onto a damp sponge, then rub it over the accumulation to give the door a good cleaning. After scrubbing, then wipe the door with a moist, clean sponge.