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I would buy white vinegar, and an inexpensive empty spray bottle e.g. from WalMart. Fill the bottle with vinegar, spray the doors lavishly, let them soak the liquid up, wipe them down. Then repeat, wiping doors with paper towels until you get a shine. Also, once you have the doors clean, wipe them down with a cheap shampoo each time you shower and rinse. Seems like this would keep them shiny. This is assuming that your doors aren't extremely bad with hard water spots. It may still work well.
amazon is one of the best places for purchasing your shower door rollers. Click here Amazon com shower door rollers and choose the best one (many of them are compatible with maax shower door), but anyway, before order something contact the seller to be sure. There's a plenty of rollers, so take a look.
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o.k. these are usually attached with a double sided tape,...you need to get something like a scraper or the like and get in between it and the door,..go slow and pry it off,...SLOWLY! once you get the old one off, you'll need to clean surfaces with a rag and rubbing alcohol,....(very important for new one to stick),.....take your time with this operation,..it doesn't look like much but trust me, i've worked on many shower doors and patience IS your best friend,....again, go slow and pay attention to ALL details.
You need to put on a pair of gloves, and safety glasses. (Safety First !) Prise off the broken mirror from the plastic base that it is stuck too.
Give the plastic a clean with nail polish remover or similar.
Peel off the backing on new mirror glass, and carefully stick it on.