How to maintain/Clean your shower with EnduroShield®?


How to maintain/Clean your showerAt GlassNPane.com, located in Lewisville, Texas, we have tested many cleaners and preventative measures to assist in a clean shower glass.  Let’s face it, Grandma’s cleaner potion doesn’t seem to cut it anymore. A clean shower glass, does make your day. When your shower is clean, you feel clean! So what is the best way to clean the shower glass, here is what is recommended. Try EnduroShield®.  Once it has been treated with EnduroShield® (follow the instructions). To keep your glass shower door looking clean, the glass will need to be cleaned each week using a damp cloth and a mild detergent to remove any soap scum, dirt or grime from the glass. If you clean regularly, it won’t be a hassle or scrubbing issue. Let us know what your results are. We have listed some favorable cleaners.  Lysol 4 in1 Bathroom Cleaner, Fantastik Orange Action, Green Works Natural Glass & Surface Cleaner (by Clorox), Clean Shower Daily Shower Cleaner (Arm & Hammer), Mr. Clean Magic Eraser when damp. It should be noted that with any cleaner used on the EnduroShield surface a thorough rinse with clean water should follow immediately They do list these cleaners as a easy reference, and these cleaners can be used, but, EnduroShield is designed to be an ‘Easy Clean coating’ that only needs mild soaps that do not contain harsh or toxic chemicals to maintain the surface effectively. Be careful to avoid using any rough, gritty, abrasive, highly acidic or alkaline cleaners as they may damage the protective coating. This includes products such as Comet (powder), Ajax, or cerium oxide which damage or polish back the actual substrate. Who knew, but now you do.  All this helpful information is found on the web and some methods may work better than others.

 

Something to keep in mind, For areas with hard water or bore water, due to a higher concentrate of mineral deposits such as lime and calcium, a Texas way of living, a buildup may occur on the protective coating and may not be easily removed with a mild detergent. So, grandma’s Cleaner potion or home remedy of a solution of white vinegar and water (1 part vinegar to 5 parts water) should be sprayed onto the glass and allowed to soak for several minutes. This will dissolve any mineral deposits that have built up on the glass surface. A damp cloth should then be used to wipe the glass.