Cleaning Shower Stall Glass
When you're cleaning your shower stall glass, you'll need mold remover as well as glass cleaner. Learn how to keep your stall sparkling clean with the useful tips from the founder of a premier boutique cleaning service in this free video on cleaning shower stall glass.
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Hey there. I'm Mark Newman-Kuzel, President and CEO of Maid in the U.S.A. We've been keeping Los Angeles clean for two decades, and I'm going to teach you how to do it. Today, we're going to clean shower stall glass. There's about six steps involved. I have my premixed mold and mildew remover and soap scum remover here, a sponge and I have some glass cleaner, paper towels and a warm bucket of water. The first thing I'm going to do is just spray. Make sure you have your bottle on spray setting, not stream, so it doesn't flash back, bounce off the glass into your eyes and just reach over, side to side, and put a little elbow grease into that because I can feel some of that deposit and buildup. Rinse the sponge, put that bottle up; I'm not going to need that. Just kind of rinse that a little more, dilute the solution. I do recommend wearing gloves if you have them. Take my white, two-ply paper towel with no unnecessary inks on it, dry that nice and sweet. My favorite glass cleaner on the market is Cinch, you're going to spray your Cinch. You're going to use a clean paper towel for that, fold it up a few times so we get multiple uses out of it. It also has a really nice sweet smell so when you walk into your bathroom later, you're going to have a nice little perfume smell without having to buy a candle. And that's how you clean a glass shower door. My name is Mark Newman-Kuzel with Maid in the U.S.A.