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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Cleaning-Glass Shower with Vinegar & Dish Soap in Dish Wand

Pinner said: I started doing this and will never stop! My tub & shower are always spotless-so simple. Simple shower and tub cleaner: fill wand half and half. Wet surface and scrub. wow! leave in shower & wash while you are already in there


This idea is genius! 

My shower doors had a really gross cloudy build-up so I figured I would try the solution just to see if it worked. I was pleasantly surprised! I didn't have one of the handy dish wands, but I had the head of one that was broken so I used that and it worked great! 

I got the doors wet with the vinegar and dish soap solution and then after it had been on for a few seconds I went back with the rough side and just did a quick swipe over the whole thing. Everything came right off! My doors are nice and clean again!

BEFORE

 AFTER


My daughter seemed pleased to be able to see her reflection in the clean glass. I'm excited to buy a dish wand, keep the vinegar/dish soap solution in the handle, and leave it in the shower for easy access. 

I wish I would have tried this before my in-laws visited a few weeks ago!  

8 comments:

  1. I definitely need to pick up a dish wand next time I'm at the drugstore. I have to try this.

    I love Dawn. I keep it in my automatic soap dispensers. And, I keep a dispenser in the kitchen, so if I just have one or two dishes to do, I simply slide them under the automatic dispenser, instead of reaching under the cabinet and taking out the dish detergent. So much faster.

    Thanks for the dish wand tip.

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    1. Yes I love it too! I have it in a decorative pump so I can just squeeze a little on a sponge when I need to. Thanks for the comment!

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  2. I don't have a glass shower door, but I wonder if this would work on the oven door? I've read of making a paste with baking power (I think) to clean the oven door, but this seems much easier. Hmmmm...

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    1. It wouldn't hurt to try! Might have to scrub a little harder because I think the baking soda makes it a little gritty and helps clean it off. Maybe use baking soda and this together! Let us know if you try it! :-)

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  3. Such an easy tip for glass shower doors. I don't have any but never know. Maybe I can pass the tip on to someone else one day.

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    1. Yes! I wish someone would have mentioned it to me before now! :-) Thanks for reading!

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  4. Great tips. I'm going to try this. Thanks

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    1. No problem! Thanks for stopping by! Hope it works well for you!

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