'Perfect every time!' Mrs Hinch fans share 'really good' £2 tip to clean glass shower door


It’s important to clean your shower door or screen often as the bacteria that builds up on the glass can impact your health. This can be done using both natural and chemical products.

Naomi Neighbour wrote: “Need some advice. I run a cleaning business but struggle when cleaning glass shower doors. I have some that are so easy to clean and leave no smears, but some are so difficult (I’m sure it’s the type of glass). I use glass cleaner and a microfibre cloth. Any other tips would be great, thank you.”

Fortunately, other Mrs Hinch fans had a plethora of tips and tricks to offer.

However, one piece of advice stood out from the rest: using a cleaning product costing only £2 to get rid of stains, dirt, and limescale.

Danielle Melchior wrote: “Viakal is the one!! Spray and leave for five minutes, rub down with sponge, rinse over then use a window squeeze and then dry with cloth. Comes up looking brand new.”

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Sharon Read agreed. She said: “Viakal for definite, I’m a cleaner and always works for me.”

Zoe Louise May added: “I use mirror clothes after spraying Viakal that’s been left for at least 10-15 minutes. Perfect every time.”

Sam Fautly said the same thing. She commented: “Viakal is really good on shower doors.”

Lynley Scott wrote: “Viakal first with water, rinse dry then window cleaner. Works a treat.”

Nina Forde said simply: “Cold tea is fantastic.”

Chelsea Greatorex wrote: “I like to use white vinegar on mine. Works amazingly.”

Holly Rosaline Hart recommended adding baking soda to the mix. She said: “I use white vinegar spray – best thing, and if it’s a little bit of a build up then I put a bit of baking soda on it with the vinegar. Comes off really well and leaves no marks.”

However, some Mrs Hinch fans praised a slightly more expensive product to clean shower doors and screens: the Karcher Window Vacuum.

This item costs around £40 in most retailers, but cleaning enthusiasts have waxed lyrical about it.

Louise Allen said: “Karcher window vac is a great thing, I do my tiles with it too. So quick and easy.”

Alyson Clemow added: “Get a Karcher – brilliant, smear free. I use Fairy Liquid and hot water then the Karcher. It’s transformed my windows tiles, mirrors, glass splashback in the kitchen.”



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