Care & Cleaning

Standard glass corrodes. ShowerGuard is clearly superior.

ShowerGuard's patented technology helps keep minerals, scale and soap scum from sticking. A soft cloth or wet sponge and most common household cleaners are all you need for periodic maintenance.

Guardian suggested products for cleaning the ShowerGuard coated surface:

Preferred products for cleaning the ShowerGuard coated surface: 

Preferred all natural products for cleaning the ShowerGuard coated surface:

Precautions:

  • Avoid abrasive cleaners, such as: Ajax, Comet, CRL Bio-Clean, CRL Sparkle, Rouge  and Cerium Oxide. 
  • Hydrofluoric and phosphoric acid are corrosive to the coating and glass surfaces and shouldn't be used. 
  • Do not use abrasive brushes, razor blades or other sharp objects.

 

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Cleaning Tips 

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How to identify your water type and clean the ShowerGuard coated surface.

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How It Works

 

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ShowerGuard's patented technology stops corrosion before it starts. 

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