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Cleaning Tempered Glass

How do I clean tempered glass shower doors?  I have hard water stains and some soap scum residue.  I've tried virtually everything.  After cleaning and drying, the stains still remain.

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  • mgpiazza Dec 19, 2008

    I have a problem cleaning my tempered glass shower doors. I've used windows cleaners, plain water, alcohol but the smudges and what seems like bubbles in the glass still remain. What can I do to solve this problem?

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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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Use fine grit sandpaper, 1000 or 2000 or even higher grits. wet sandpaper and then slowly rub it  into affected area. 

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I've tried the Norwex DeScaler and it is absolutely amazing, worked within minutes. I go through 2 different consultants because I can't choose which is my favorite - www.norwex-healthy-green-living.com and www.norwex-cleaning-supplies.com All of the Norwex products are awesome!

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