Glass Coatings make water bead up and repel water spots

SHOWERGUARD® has a lifetime warranty

When soap and hard-water minerals dry on glass they leave behind water spots and layers of YUCK !

What you need is a way to fight back against scummy buildup on shower doors.

Here's Some Good News 

Thanks to modern technology, there are factory coatings available that seal and protect the glass to make cleaning much easier.

These lifetime coatings are worth the extra money and protect glass from becoming permanently etched (cloudy). 
Think of it as a clear teflon® coating that makes water bead up and run off the glass.

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Guardian® Industries has developed a permanent coating called Showerguard® that seals the porous surface of glass.

This patented technology resists corrosive buildup and makes it easier to keep your shower glass sparkly-healthy-clean

Ask your shower door dealer how to protect your glass ...forever

Another permanent glass sealant is called Clarvista™

All Clarvista glass is produced with a coating fused on the glass to provide a lifetime warrantied shield against the harsh shower environment.

It's available for regular Clear glass and water-clear Low Iron (starphire) glass for years of protection.

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Spray-on Glass Sealants

Spray-on products are a great option and save you a few bucks. These products carry a 3-5 year warranty and need to be reapplied.

But don't be fooled - even with coatings the glass needs to be squeegee'd after showering. 

Also use a microfiber cloth so your glass will be healthy, sparkle and shine.

Just perform regular maintenance using an ammonia-free glass cleaner to avoid "the cloud" on your shower glass. 

BOTTOM LINE: Glass sealants for shower doors prevents the crud from etching the surface permanently - and saves you cleaning time.

Caution: Mildly abrasive water spot removers  can rub off the spray-coating so be sure to test a small inconspicuous area first and follow the manufacturers instructions.

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Diamond Seal™

Rain-X®  effect on glass

Another option for making water bead up on shower glass is to use the product called Rain-X®.

Just follow the manufacturers instructions to seal the porous surface of glass and it holds up for about 2-3 months under normal use.

NOTE: Apply to glass only and not the floor or adjacent surfaces as they become slippery.

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