Today’s Homeowner Radio Show | January 1, 2022


“Today’s Homeowner” Simple Solution host Joe Truini sprays Rain-X on his shower door to remove unsightly water spots.
“Today’s Homeowner” Simple Solution host Joe Truini sprays Rain-X on his shower door to remove unsightly water spots.

A New Year brings a new to-do list for homeowners. In this episode of the Today’s Homeowner Radio Show, we’re talking about common projects you can tackle indoors and outdoors.

How to Clean a Cloudy Shower Door

No matter how long you shower, you never feel completely clean if the enclosure is cloudy.

Judy recently replaced one of the sliding glass doors on her tub enclosure, and now, the new door is crystal clear—but replacing a door isn’t always an option.

One solution for clearing the clouds is applying white vinegar to the surface. It works great for removing soap scum from the glass on your shower door.

When the door is clean, spray a car windshield sealer, such as Rain-X Glass Treatment, on a rag and wipe the door down thoroughly.

Once the sealer has dried, use a clean rag to remove any remaining sealer.

Skip to [57:43] for the full segment on the Today’s Homeowner Radio Show.

Also on this episode:

  • Fiberglass or mineral wool: tips for adding insulation to the attic
  • How to fix a door hinge when the screws keep popping out
  • A fan spots Joe on another national TV show!
  • What you should know about uneven floors

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