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Streptococcus, Campylobacter, and Escherichia coli.
No, we’re not trying to put a spell on you. Those are just some of the potentially dangerous bacteria living in your bathroom and shower that could make your family and yourself sick.
They’re also part of the reason why experts say you should clean your powder room at least once a week.
We know that’s easier said than done, what with busy work and parenting schedules. Not to mention social lives...
But we promise you, with the best cleaner for shower glass doors in your possession, scrubbing the bathroom can become an absolute delight.
Don’t believe us? Read on.
If you’ve ever found yourself asking “what can I use to clean shower glass” then this, our friends, is the blog post for you.
Hands up if the sight of streaky soap scum down your shower glass has steered you into the procrastination parking lot for more than an hour, day, week, life?
Don’t worry. If you get the shakes and tremors just thinking about the chore, it just means you’re probably using the wrong cleaner.
With the right solution and technique, you don’t actually need a lot of elbow grease to get rid of those unsightly marks.
What cleans shower glass best, you ask?
If you plug “best bathroom glass cleaner” into Mr Google, we bet you will get the surprise of your life.
For, the top results aren’t expensive chemist-formulated products, harsh cleaning agents, or mysterious bright blue liquids; they’re non-toxic baby.
Yes, that’s right, a shower glass cleaner (we would say the best cleaner for shower glass doors, hands down!) will transform your bathroom and leave it looking like new for a fraction of the price of commercial products.
And it is here that we will impart our first tip of the day.
When looking for the best cleaner for shower glass avoid any product that contains ammonia or alcohol. In reality, these products can result in those nasty streaks we talked about, and in some cases can even leave a thin film that attracts dust and dirt.
Instead, look for a product that has a slightly acidic element and plenty of lovely-smelling essential oils.
Not only do these ingredients cut through soap grime, hard water build-up, and other shower unmentionables, but they also add shine and leave your bathroom smelling great.
So for example, at Pleasant State, our Stay Glassy Glass and Window Cleaner contains sodium citrate; that’s your acidic element. Australian mandarin and lemon myrtle essential oils are there to add a zesty fragrance and shine. And we also popped vitamin E in there for some extra buff and polish.
Why? Because glass, like skin, deserves a little T&C every now and then.
We should mention, we also sell our cleaner as convenient household cleaner refills. These are compostable, meaning you leave a zero-waste footprint when choosing Pleasant State.
See, we told you cleaning can be fun!
If you want to learn more about what to look for when shopping for healthy cleaning products, we suggest checking out this blog post. It covers everything you need to know about green cleaning.
With that said and done. It’s time to learn how to use your product and shower cleaner refills.
Ok, so you’re armed with the know-how about what cleaning products for the shower work best, and how to clean glass in the shower. Now, comes the nitty-gritty of the actual cleaning.
We have amassed a wealth of hacks to help you get that shower shining.
First cab off the rank: whatever solution you use you must give it ample time to cut through grime. So, after spraying it on, wait a solid 10 minutes before wiping it off.
How you wipe also makes all the difference.
When you wipe, you should ALWAYS use a microfibre cloth. This has two benefits: it reduces the chance of fibres getting stuck on the glass and it’s environmentally friendly as it stops said fibres from finding their way to the ocean.
Mind the direction you wipe too. The best way is to move in one motion, either up or downwards. This prevents streaking on the glass.
Another tip: Never scrub stubborn marks with a utensil as this can leave scratches. If you have stubborn marks just leave the product on for longer than 10 minutes.
Did you also know drying your shower glass after you wash can prevent build-up? Prevention is the best key to easy, fuss-free shower cleaning!