How to Clean Soap Scum and Hard Water off Shower Doors- Finally DIY

How to Clean Soap Scum and Hard Water off Shower Doors- Finally DIY

I’ve used the vinegar and water method, Lemon juice, CLR and razor blades. My Son brought AMAZ Clean and Green water stain remover home from work and I used it…Finally a product that worked…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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13 Responses

  1. Michael Roberson says:

    Try the product out and let me know what you think. I’ll new posting a new
    video next week on replacing damaged siding from dry-rot and water damage.

  2. Gwen Gatbonton says:

    Hi Michael, what kind of cloth did you use to wipe off the product
    afterwards?

  3. Chris Rosales says:

    I use a product called lemon shine. It works really good on my glass shower
    doors. I have used other cleaners but this is the best. It works great.
    

  4. Kimber Baynes says:

    So I have a glass shower that I cleaned but was not able to get water
    stains off of. These stains have built up over the last several years. I
    even called in someone that cleans houses for a living. Together we tried
    everything from lime away and CLR to lemon juice and baking soda with
    vinegar (most of the youtube video ideas that claim to clean glass). I am
    not kidding when I say I easily went through about a dozen different
    products. I saw this video and found AMAZ Clean and Green on Amazon for
    about $10.00. I thought for $10.00 I’ll give a try before trying to pay a
    lot of money for a glass company to restore it. Now this was years of build
    up. The first pass took off more than half. The second took away 95%. The
    last few areas came with the last pass. It was fantastic and not at all
    hard to use. I didn’t even use a quarter of the container. It is worth
    every penny and works on shower chrome too. (Be careful of painted areas
    such as the chrome that is painted to show hot and cold. It can fade or
    remove paint.) If I were to give this product a star rating it would be 5
    stars. Thanks for the video. I also put rain-x on the shower after the
    glass was clean to try and keep away some of build up. Only time will tell
    how that will turn out. 

  5. Cassie Moser says:

    Interesting video on a product I have tried many to no avail will have to
    look for this and try it out. #framelessshowerenclosures #hardwaterstains
    

  6. St. Louis Glass Works says:

    Interesting video on a product I have tried many to no avail will have to
    look for this and try it out. #framelessshowerenclosures #hardwaterstains
    

  7. Mary Gabel says:

    Just thought I would chip in. I have cleaned houses professionally for over
    twelve years and I mix a large dab of Dawn dishwashing liquid with a
    liberal amount of Barkeepers Friend (you can buy for around two bucks at
    most supermarkets, if you cannot find, ask where). Anyway, make a medium
    thick paste (with a little water) of this and use a plastic scrubby pad
    like in this video. It will clean soap scum AND HARDWATER spots. It will
    take elbow grease, but so does this stuff, which is probably just the same
    stuff. Meanwhile, buy a good after shower spray/mist (any brand but it must
    state on label that it “prevents hard water spots”). If you aren’t
    disciplined enough to dry shower off after each use (and most of my
    customers aren’t) then this is the solution. If you use this for each
    cleaning and mist shower after each use, you will see major difference
    after awhile.

  8. Jackie Greer says:

    Interesting video on a product I have tried many to no avail will have to
    look for this and try it out. #framelessshowerenclosures #hardwaterstains
    

  9. Robert Sanders says:

    Bonami ?

  10. Diana Burnwood says:

    but when you take your next shower, it will all be back again, so what’s
    the point unless your selling your house and showing it.

  11. Serena Ellington says:

    Once you get your shower doors clean, persuade each shower user to wipe the
    glass down after each shower…if you don’t let the water stand on the
    doors, you don’t develop the stains. I learned this from experience. 

  12. Bhavi Kam says:

    Hi this product looks great! Just ordered it and can’t wait to try it.
    I have a question, what type of sponge did you use and where can I get
    it? Thanks

  13. James Snyder says:

    Watched video tried amaze clean and green on water stains on slider glass
    door. Stain came off after two applications. Glass shines like new.
    Appreciated video said product was available at ace hardware stores. Truly
    is an amazing product.

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