Learning how to remove the frost design from shower doors will enable you to create a brand new look for your bathroom. Removing a frost design from your shower doors can take less than an hour and will produce results that will last a lifetime. These frosted door designs can be removed with very little effort, which is great if you are considering the removal of outdated designs.
To remove frost designs from shower doors, you will need:
- Rubber gloves
- A steel scrubbing pad
- A razor blade
- A wash cloth
- Hot water
- Glass cleaner
- Paper towels
- The first step to removing the frosted designs from a shower door is to remove the shower doors from their hinges. Take the door to a well-ventilated area, or outside in the yard, and place it on a flat surface.
- Next, use a washcloth to apply a thin layer of ammonia to the frosted area. Allow the ammonia to sit on the door for two to three minutes, then gently scrub the door with the steel scrubbing pad. Apply another thin layer of ammonia, and allow the scrubbed door to sit for another two to three minutes. Scrub the design again. After thoroughly scrubbing the frosted design, you will have loosened up the majority of the design.
- Next, use hot water to wash the ammonia off the door. Use the razor blade to gently scrape off the remaining frost design. It is recommended to start at the corner of each design to try to peel off the design in a sheet manner. Repeat these steps on each door in order to remove the frost design from both.
- Once the design has been removed, use glass cleaner to thoroughly clean the door. You are now able to re-hang the shower doors and continue using the shower.
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