Bathroom mirrors easily catch dust, dirt and grime, and the frequent use of hard water also leads to the formation of lime or calcium. However, if you use the required products, you can remove these products in a rinse.
Pretreatment of the bathroom mirror
It is very important that you pre-treat your bathroom mirror before cleaning, especially if limescale, limescale or dirt are deposited. You are always on the safe side if you can identify the type of deposit on the surface of the mirror. For example, white calcium deposits can be treated with a wet cloth soaked in vinegar, while lime can be removed with vinegar, lime or lemon juice
There are also various mirror cleaners that allow you to pre-treat your bathroom mirror before cleaning. Put your vinegar and the mirror cleaner of your choice in a clean bucket, dip a rug in the solution and wipe off the mirror. If there are trouble spots, you can eliminate them with alcohol.
Clean the mirror
Dip a soft towel in a cleaning solution and clean the mirror from top to bottom. However, pay attention to cracks, contours and gaps on the mirror. The purpose of cleaning the mirror from top to bottom is to prevent the occurrence of dripping marks on the mirror.
Always change your perspective so you can easily tell if the mirror is spotlessly clean. Dry and polish the mirror with a dry microfiber cloth and you will get satisfactory results.