Experts at Drench warned that bathrooms tend to encounter and keep the most moisture of all the rooms in the home, and so to prevent any issues that can occur because of this, it is worth investing in an extractor fan or keeping your windows open for most of the day.
Excess moisture can lead to issues with bacteria, mould, and mildew on and around your shower glass, which can result in various lung diseases if not removed.
But not to worry, as Drench explained that cleaning your shower doors can be done effectively using multiple household products.
The only items you need to get your door or screen looking as good as new are white vinegar, hot water, a squeegee, a kitchen sponge, an empty spray bottle, toothpaste, and baking soda.
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