How to Remove Mineral Spots Off Shower Doors

by Ryan Rackley July 14, 2016

How to Remove Mineral Spots Off Shower Doors

The problem that many homeowners have in the bathroom and kitchen is the amount of mineral spots and stains that accumulate on shower doors, faucets and windows. No matter where you are in the country you will most likely experience some type of hard water at some point.

The key is to find the right product that will remove mineral buildup on almost any surface. Now finding the right product is not always that easy, because of the amount of products that are on the shelves today. The product that I have had the most success with is called the Bring It On Cleaner Hard Mineral Remover.

This Mineral Remover was formulated to remove even the most difficult hard mineral stains. It Contains an Oxygen Bleach that will not only disinfect and deodorize, but will help break the bond between the mineral and the surface that it is stuck to.

How to Remove Mineral Spots Off Shower Doors: 

The method that I have found to be most effective at removing hard mineral stains is to take some of the Bring It On Cleaner, and use a non abrasive kitchen scratch pad. Apply the product to the surface being cleaned, get the pad a little wet and the work in sections.

I like to start at the top and work my way down. The best results seem to come with applying some pressure and using a circular motion. Do this over the entire surface where mineral deposits are present. Next, take a wet rag and a bucket and wash off all of the product. This will allow you to see what areas need to be cleaned again.

Another method that I have found to be faster and more effective are using the Bring It On Drill Brushes. These brushes will cut down on the scrubbing time and save you a ton of time. So, if you are interested in removing those mineral spots off shower doors, or any other surface, this seems to be the best method I have found.




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