Remove lime scale from a shower cubicle by mixing vinegar with water, spraying the lime scale, keeping the stains damp and scrubbing with a brush. Rinse the shower with water, and dry it to prevent the formation of more spots. Avoid the use of vinegar on natural stone shower enclosures.Continue Reading
Mix equal amounts of hot tap water and distilled white vinegar in a spray bottle.
Spray the inside of the shower with the solution. Allow the solution to stand for an hour, spraying the surfaces again every 15 minutes to keep them wet. Avoid using this mixture or any acid product on natural stone, as it etches the stone, causing permanent damage.
Use a soft-bristled scrub brush or a scrubbing sponge to scrub the shower. Avoid using harsh abrasives that can scratch many surfaces, including fiberglass.
Turn on the shower, and rinse away the vinegar. If there is any lime scale remaining, apply more vinegar, and scrub to remove it. Continue rinsing the shower.
Use a towel or squeegee to remove any excess water from inside the shower. This prevents the accumulation of lime scale, which forms as water evaporates.