If your water comes from a well, it’s bound to include some minerals magnesium and calcium. If you use that water to take a shower, the runoff leaves white stains, which eventually become noticeable on glass doors and walls. Getting rid of these stains is not that hard.
Vinegar or Lemon Juice
The salts of calcium and calcium producing the white stains will dissolve in a weak acid, and you do not need to look far to find an effective one; equally white vinegar and lemon juice are acidic. Pour of these right into a spray bottle — no diluting is demanded — and spray it directly on the stains. The stains dissolve in about five minutes, and you can wipe them off. Be sure to rinse with water to finish.
An Abrasive Alternative
A paste made from baking soda and vinegar helps eliminate stains from corners and other hard-to-reach places. Spread the glue — since it releases carbon dioxide, which should be fizzing with a rag. Scrub with a toothbrush if necessary. This cleansing solution deodorizes as it cleans, and the residue is easily rinsed away with water.