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To remove water spots from a glass shower door, loosen the spots with a cut lemon, and rub them away with a paste of baking soda and vinegar. Rinse the door with clean water, and blot it dry with a towel.

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In order to get water spots off of glass shower doors, clean them with a cleaner made of vinegar or lemon juice and water. For really tough water spots, use a commercial cleanser.

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The favorite shower door cleaner listed on most home maintenance sites is white vinegar, often in combination with Dawn dishwashing liquid. Other sources, among them the Manly Housekeeper, cite Bar Keeper's Friend as eve...

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Hard water stains on glass can usually be removed with vinegar, warm water, baking soda and a mild dishwashing detergent. More persistent stains on large glass surfaces such as shower doors may need to be treated with co...

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Clean shower glass doors with glass cleaner, vinegar or baking soda. Use a soft sponge, microfiber cloth or squeegee to remove scum and also to avoid scratching the glass.

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