When cleaning your shower door track, make sure to use a sponge that is not abrasive and will not damage stainless steel. Easily remove the build-up with the useful tips from the founder of a premier boutique cleaning service in this free video on how to clean a shower door track.
Hey there, my name is Mark Newman-Kuzel. I'm President and CEO of Maid in the U.S.A., and today I am going to teach you how to clean a shower door track. You are going to need a few materials for this. A sponge with a soft side and a scruffy reverse, some mold and mildew remover, a bucket of warm water and some paper towels. You can see some of this nasty deposit there. So, I am going to take my mold and mildew remover. I am using a stainless steel track here, so you want to read the back to make sure whatever product you are using is number 1 not abrasive and number 2, won't damage stainless steel. If you have the extra time, you might want to remove the doors from the track so you can clean the entire track in one swoop and the bottom sides of the doors. Just rinse in some water, get any excess stuff. And as I mentioned, you want to make sure it's non-abrasive, it doesn't damage stainless steel, which I checked, and it doesn't. I still want to get that up right away. Mark Newman-Kuzel with Maid in the U.S.A.