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Okay, now the one thing that you need to make sure is that you have a hundred percent rubber squeegee for that. You do not want to have any kind of metal, or anything that could possibly rust. Like I said before, we don't want rust in our tub or in our shower. It's very hard to get rid of. So you want to make sure that it's plastic. You know, some showers, you have a place here you can just hang the squeegee when you're done with it, or just put it on the floor. Whichever works. Now for a very quick...for a very quick and easy way to get certain little spots of of your shower, off of the glass panels, is to use vinegar, just straight vinegar. And you just use a little bit of paper towel. And you just fold it up. And...or you can use a cloth, but I think towel works better. And you use it straight. You can dilute it a little bit if you want...if you want to do the whole shower. But if there's just little areas on your glass that you want to get clean, just use some straight vinegar on a paper towel and just rub it, obviously from the inside, and it's a very, very powerful way to just clean up your shower a little bit, if you wanted to do a quick going over.