Shower Glass Maintenance Instructions
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What to Expect with HydroShield
HydroShield protected shower glass will still get dirty. Any soap scum or water deposits that normally cause shower glass to get dirty will continue to make the shower glass dirty. The HydroShield treated shower glass is up to 75% easier to clean; the soap scum and water deposits no longer penetrate the surface, but sit on top of the HydroShield coating. Shower glass stays cleaner much longer than before. HydroShield protects the natural beauty, clarity and luster of glass.
Shower Glass Cleaning
Daily: Although HydroShield coated glass is smoother and the water beads on the surface, depending on your water quality it may be best to squeegee or wipe down your shower glass after each use to remove any drops left on the glass.
Weekly: Spray shower glass with HydroShield Glass cleaner (isopropyl or denatured alcohol can also be used) wipe dry with a clean cotton or micro-fiber towel. You may choose to use the white pad to gently clean then buff dry with the micro-fiber towel.
Monthly: lightly clean the shower glass with a white scrub pad and diluted Dawn dish soap to remove any soap scum or water spots, then spray with HydroShield Glass Cleaner and buff dry with a clean cotton or micro-fiber cloth.
Please do not use acidic cleaners on your HydroShield treated shower glass.
Many cleaners, bath & grooming products contain acids. Acids can harm shower glass. Products that include acid are designed to extract minerals and dirt from surface pores, fractures or crevices. Shower glass treated with HydroShield does not require harsh cleaning solutions or methods.
Using any product that contains acids, vinegar, ammonia, or Bleach on your HydroShield treated glass will void your HydroShield True Service Warranty. Please read all product labels carefully!
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