How to Fix Hard Water in Shower in Lehigh Acres, FL; Cleaning Spots, Installation of Water Softener & More

In each room of your home there are different surfaces and areas that need to be cleaned to keep your home looking nice. Some of these spots are fairly easy to clean while others take some more effort to keep clean. If you have glass shower doors in your bathrooms you may know that they definitely take more effort than other areas to keep clean. Today AAA Water Team is going to give you some ways that you can get your glass shower doors nice and clean.

Wipe Down Shower After Each Use

When it comes to your glass shower doors one of the best things that you can do to keep them clean is try and prevent buildup from happening. One of the best ways to do this is make sure that your shower gets wiped down after every shower. The best way to do this is to have a squeegee in your shower. Using a squeegee is an easy way to wipe your shower doors down. You should teach all of your family members to use the squeegee after they shower.

Weekly Shower Cleaner

In addition to wiping down your shower with a squeegee after every shower, you will also want to clean your shower with a cleaning solution once a week. Everyone has their own preferred cleaning solution that they like to use. It does not matter what you use as much as it matters that you use it consistently. When you clean your shower you will want to get every area of your shower thoroughly.

How to Remove Hard Water Spots from Glass

Sometimes your favorite cleaner will not get your shower doors all the way clean. We have a few solutions that you may want to try. If the water spots are fresh try rubbing the shower door with a dryer sheet. This will remove the film without scratching the glass on your door. If this does not work purchase a cleaner that is made specifically for hard water spots. Hopefully one of these tips will work for you. As you are cleaning you may notice that you have areas with lots of build up. The build up is minerals including calcium, magnesium, and lime. If you have hard water in your home the build up will be even worse. Hard water is rated by how many grains per gallon are found in the water. Very hard water is rated at 10.5 grains per gallon. If your water falls into the very hard water category you will notice the mineral build up in your shower is significant.

Water Softener System Installation & More in Golden Gate Estates, Naples, Cape Coral, Fort Myers & Lehigh Acres, Florida

The best way to get rid of the mineral build up is to have a water softener installed in your home. Soft water is water that is treated to remove magnesium and calcium. In order for water to be classified as soft water it has to have less than 1 grain per gallon in it. AAA Water Team can come out and install a water softener in your home that will help your water fall into this category. When the water has less minerals in it you will notice that your shower doors are much cleaner. Give us a call today if you want to talk about installing a water softener in your home.