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How to Clean Glass Shower Doors With Bleach

The same bleach and water solution you use to clean ceramic tile in your shower can also clean glass shower doors. Sponge it on to remove mold and mildew stains and prevent future soap scum stains.

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By Mary Gagliardi
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How to Clean Shower Doors

Wipe down bathtubs, shower doors, tile and floors with a product approved to kill mold. A daily dose of it will keep mildew (visible mold) growth in check. Use a solution of Clorox® Regular Bleach2 to kill mold and remove mildew.*

To remove soap scum in the bathtub or shower, spray surfaces with Clorox® Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner until wet. Wait 10 minutes, then rinse. No scrubbing required.

Grout got you down? The Clorox® Bleach Pen Gel is ideal for removing stubborn mold and mildew stains from tile and grout.

To clean glazed ceramic tile, spray the surface with Clorox® Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner and let the product stand for several minutes before wiping. No need to scrub!

Make shower space. Don’t try to crowd everything on the ledge of the tub or shower stall. Instead, get a caddy to get things under control. Pick a caddy with enough slots and space for all your shower necessities but not so many that it begs for clutter. Beware, however, as these caddies can be a haven for mildew. Keep the wells dry and spray and wipe regularly with Clorox® Clean-Up® Cleaner + Bleach.

*Use on hard, nonporous surfaces.