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Keeping water marks off of shower glass doors...

Once you get your glass shower doors completely free of water marks and soap build up ; magic eraser and bartenders best friend cleaner. Spray furniture Polish on the glass and rub it in until it's gone!! It has kept our shower doors clean, and water marks and soap build up free for over 3 months..... I Will probably reapply it,next time I clean the bathroom. Oh, I do clean our bathrooms every 10 days or so, but did not need to reapply polish! From Pati

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you can buy glass cleaners at any auto parts stores for water spots.

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We definitely want to stay away from any cleaning products that have an abrasive. Your local grocery or department store will have products specifically for cleaning soap scum. Some products will work better than others depending on the type of mineral content in your water. The best product is one where you don't have to do an excessive amount of scrubbing to remove the hard water and soap scum stains. Be sure to follow the manufacturers instructions for the best results. Again depending on the mineral content of your water you may have to try a few different products until you find one that works the way you want it to. There are also products you can purchase that you would spray onto the glass after a shower to prohibit the buildup of soap scum.

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GE nautilus dsihwasher. dishes are not coming clean. Leaves a film on glasses and utensils.


If there is not enough water, the dishes would not get cleaned. This could be caused by a partially closed water shut-off valve (located under the sink), or a faulty dishwasher water valve (located at the bottom of the dishwasher, behind the kick panel, on either side).

Also, There is usually two, sometimes three spray arms in a dishwasher. Make sure there is no debris blocking the holes inside each spray arm.

**Water temperature Note***

To get the best results, the water has to be at 120 degrees Fahrenheit when entering the dishwasher.

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This problem occurs due to excessive calcium build up inside the dishwasher. Try cleaning you dishwasher using a dishwasher cleaner. There are a few out there, Try Dishwasher Magic....

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cleaning hard water stains without scratching off new sinks


I would try baking soda and vinegar mix. Just sprinkle the soda in the sink and add the vinegar a bit at a time. Let it sit for awhile,use a soft scrubber,rinse,and wipe with a soft,dry,cloth.
You could also try CLR. Just follow the directions on the package.

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Cleaning Tempered Glass


Norwex Descaler is the absolute best thing I've found for hard water build up on any surface, including glass shower doors and shower/sink fixtures. When I moved into my current house last year, the bathtub and shower head were disgusting! They were white with years of built-up hard water residue. Repeated application of CLR and a ton of elbow grease just couldn't get it off. When I tried Norwex DeScaler for the first time, it removed ALL of the soap scum and lime in the FIRST application.

This stuff is enzyme based - free of hazardous chemicals and enviro friendly. The enzymes in the DeScaler actually eat the soap scum! I just spray it on, wait 5 -10 minutes, and wipe off with my wet microfiber cloth (also from Norwex). It's incredible. It works better and faster than CLR, or any other chemical alternative I've tried. It's fume-free and can be used by people with chemical and environmental allergies.

You can buy it from a Norwex Rep, or order it online - a good site is www.Norwex-Healthy-Cleaning.com. Hope this helps.

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