I don't know if this shower stall is precisely glass, but it is that muted
glass-looking product. This is an aluminum show stall glass enclosed
Anyhow, at the juncture at the bottom where the glass and aluminum framing
meets the tile, there is a lot of gunk and rust combined. It looks like
some kind of mineral deposits .
What is a good cleaner for this please ?
Oxalic acid forms soluble iron oxalates, much the same as it does with
manganese. It is a principal ingredient in household cleaners like "Bar
Keeper's Friend" and ZUD. I'm appending the URL of a pertinent
discussion of stain removal.
William W. Plummer wrote:
> Oxalic acid is good against permanganate stains at the water line on your
> toilet. I'm not sure it does anything for rust, however. There are
> products that address that problem.
>>If I had a lot of rust I'd look for something with oxalic acid as an
>>ingredient. Don't let it stand against the aluminum for a protracted
>>James Nipper wrote:
>>>I don't know if this shower stall is precisely glass, but it is that
>>>glass-looking product. This is an aluminum show stall glass enclosed
>>>Anyhow, at the juncture at the bottom where the glass and aluminum
>>>meets the tile, there is a lot of gunk and rust combined. It looks
>>>some kind of mineral deposits .
>>>What is a good cleaner for this please ?
I've been having very good luck with the "Daily Shower Cleaner" products.
Once or twice a week I just spray it around on the clear glass doors and the
tile walls and walk away. The haze just goes away.
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