Showerscreens & Mirrors
- Glass should be cleaned with warm soapy water and a soft cloth, rinsed off with clean water and then dried off with a dry cloth or squidgy. Squidgy down glass after each use recommended.
- Don’t use abrasive cloths, steel wool, bleach, blades or any sharp object to clean surfaces.
- Glass coated with a water repelling easy clean coating like nano-clear can be damaged by most cleaning chemicals. Cleaning with warm soapy water and a soft cloth will ensure that the coating remains effective for up to 10 years.
- Aluminium frames can also be cleaned with warm soapy water, avoid using abrasive cloths. Harsh chemicals in some cleaning products can cause discoloration and damage to the aluminium’s surface.
- Showerscreens should be cleaned at least weekly to prevent the buildup of soap stains which can damage the glass surface over time.
- Mirrors can be cleaned using a glass cleaning spray and a soft cloth. Avoid chemical sprays and insect sprays near mirrors as this will discolour them.
- Frameless shower hardware should be checked every six months to ensure that the screws are tight. Check gaps between panels to ensure adequate clearance. Sewing machine oil recommended on hinges to keep lubricated.
- Keep wardrobe door sill tracks clear of dust and debris to ensure doors can be moved freely.
- Wardrobe shelving should be wiped down with a slightly damp non-abrasive cloth. Ensure that shelves are dried afterwards. Avoid wetting shelving or using sprays on the board.
- Care should be taken not to overload wardrobe shelving which can result in bowing of the shelves.
- Cleaning of glass splashbacks as per cleaning instructions for showers and mirrors.
All products with glass and mirror components have been manufactured and installed to comply with AS1288 (Glass in buildings – Selection and Installation), including human impact requirements as specified.