Published at Thursday, June 07th, 2018 - 02:02:39 AM. Shower Doors. By Febe Neri.
Heavy Glass Shower Doors. We’re seeing this trend more and more with customers going for a sleeker, more modern look. This type of glass shower door can pretty much be summed up by it’s name. It is made of a thicker sheet of glass, obviously making it heavier as well. This sort of door doesn’t need to have metal framing surrounding it. Heavy glass is usually around 3/8 “ thick, making it strong enough to act as a structural barrier. It won’t wiggle without a frame, like light glass does. All heavy glass needs are simple clips and hardware. This style looks seamless in bathrooms, giving a more open appeal that seems to lighten up a space. This is perfect if you have beautiful tile in your shower that you’d like to show-off. An additional benefit is selecting the style of hardware used on the shower door. With a variety of options, homeowners can add a bit of flair and customization.
Wipe It Down. To reduce post-shower buildup, wipe down your shower walls and glass door with a microfiber cloth or other soft rag after each shower. A quick wipe down is all you need, then just hang the rag to dry. Use the Right Tool for the Job. Even if you follow every tip for a clean shower door, it will still need an occasional deep cleaning. The BLACK+DECKER Powered Squeegee Vacuum is an ideal tool for the job. Simply charge the vacuum’s lithium battery and fill the tank with your favorite glass cleaning solution. Use the squeegee’s built-in spray to release cleaning solution onto the glass while you squeegee it clean. It's a one-step, streak-free way to remove grime from your glass shower door.
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