We have glass doors everywhere, from offices to doors or indoor sliding doors for showers. Dust, dirt, visible fingerprints or limestone, all deposit on glass doors because these are delicate surfaces that must be cleaned with care.
Here are some ways you can do this:
1. Remove curtains. Glass doors are often covered with drapes or curtains, so take them down first to not damage them and to ease your work. If possible, remove the door / window frame and then start the actual cleaning process.
2. Leave free the tracks of the glass doors in order to remove the lower threshold. Push the door up so the wheels on the bottom of the door clear the track. You may have to use a screwdriver to loosen the screws for the bottom level wheels in order to get them to clear the bottom threshold.
3. Pull out the door and start to clean the wheels using a wire brush, then lubricate them with Vaseline.
4. Vacuum the debris from the wheels and the entire bottom and top of the door and the then Apply non-stick silicone lubricant to the wheels. Test the rollers to be sure that they are clear of all debris and has freely moving.
5. Vacuum the door and wipe out the door track with the track wet rag. Apply some of the lubricant to the tracks in the door opening Before you like the back door.
Remove the abrasions from the glass doors of the bathroom
Limestone and traces of soap on the shower doors are unsightly and difficult to remove. The simplest method is to use a special solution for such areas, but for satisfying results you can try the following method:
Wet the surface of the glass door with a cloth soaked with soap / detergent. Start with the internal or external surface, not both at once. Let the soap to act for a few minutes, and then remove it using a dry cloth or newspaper.
Apply a homemade solution to clean windows and using a squeegee, start cleaning the area up and down.
If you do not want to use that you find special solutions in trade, you can do a mixture of vinegar with water, apply it on the glass door and a wipe with a piece of paper. The downside is that vinegar has a very pungent smell that can persist, especially when you get into the shower, and steam comes into contact with the surface.
Use a cloth to wipe traces of spray, everything from top to bottom. Do not let the surface dry by itself, even if apparently looks clean, because there might be remnants.