Aqualux Shower Blade Glass Cleaner

Invisible Glass Premium Glass Cleaner - 22 oz, 92164


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When you use your shower soap, body oils and other dirt collect on the surface, particularly in the surface imperfections. Over time these chemicals will meld into the liquid glass and stain it over time. The only way to prevent this is to perform thorough shower glass cleaning every time you use the shower.

The first thing you will notice with our shower glass cleaning service is the glass looks like it is brand new. Not only does it look immaculate, the surface is so smooth it feels like velvet. The second thing you will notice is the glass seems to repel the water. This results in your shower staying clean without almost no effort.

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Does your shower glass look dirty no matter how hard your scrub and clean it? When trying to do a good job of shower glass cleaning, it’s easy to waste a lot of time and money on store brought chemicals only to find your shower glass still looks as dirty as when you first began. Hard water staining always makes a shower look unsightly and can be extremely difficult to remove. But call Got Dirty Windows and we will not only bring it back to its original condition but you will be able to keep it spotless with almost no effort.

Cramer’s shower glass cleaner comes in an easy-to-use squirt bottle and cleans coated/uncoated glass surfaces, aluminium, stainless steel and acrylic. A beading effect also makes the surface dirt-repellent so it doesn’t need to be cleaned as often. It should be used regularly to prevent limescale and dirt from building up, so fit it into your bathroom cleaning routine. The best way to do this is to use it straight after you’ve had a shower. Just spray it on the shower cubicle surface, leave to work briefly before rinsing off with warm water and rubbing dry. For heavily soiled areas you should wipe the area with a sponge after you’ve allowed some extra time for it to work. Follow it up by repeating the process again.