Wednesday, August 27, 2014

EnduroShield Glass Treatment Review


We live in an area with very hard water.  Lots of minerals in our water means lots of spots on fixtures and showers doors in our bathrooms.

(Hard to see but this is a photo of the shower door, open toward the closet door...see the spots!)


While the faucets and handles are quick to wipe down as I use them daily, the shower door has always been a problem.  Water spots and soap scum seem to build up quicker on the door than my routine cleaning schedule.  

So, when I was asked by EnduroShield to give their glass product a try, I jumped at the chance.

You do need to start with a clean glass door but there is a cleaner, EnduroClean, included in the package.  Following the instructions on the package, clean the glass and buff a clean cotton rag to remove any remaining streaks.



Next you're ready to apply the EnduroShield.  You work in small areas until all areas are completely covered.

I did this whole process in the morning after everyone had showered.  Once applied, you do need to let the product cure for 8 hours before any chemicals such as soap or shampoo come in contact with the door.  Water will not affect the curing process.

(Photo of the door after the treatment had cured)

The instructions do say to clean the shower door weekly.  I will confess that I do not clean it but once every two weeks.  Between those two weeks, the door has remained looking film free.

(Same shot of the door, open toward the closet...no spots!)

Having used EnduroShield has helped our shower door maintain a cleaner appearance between cleanings.  I was provided with a free product to review but the opinions are 100% mine.

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