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Glass Restoration | GroutPro

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014 in Blog, Glass Restoration | Comments Off on Glass Restoration | GroutPro

Are You Looking To Restore The Glass In Your Bathroom? A perfectly clean bathroom is something we all work for, but after a few years have you noticed that the glass in your shower or mirror isn’t what it used to be? Have you started noticing small white stains in your glass that you can’t seem scrub out? It’s a very common issue with bathroom glass stains. Over time, mineral deposits in the water create spots and stains on the glass that if left un-checked, can become quite an eyesore that seems impossible to get clean, and it will start to damage and etch the surface of the glass.  If left too long the damage can get beyond repair, resulting in you having the expense of totally replacing the glass.   Glass restoration from GroutPro can make your bathroom look like new At GroutPro we use our own Professional Glass Restorer, which is designed to remove stains from your glass, making it look near new. GroutPro Professional Glass Restorer is an environmentally and family friendly product that is used to remove calcium, hard water staining, and is water-based and biodegradable. Its non-corrosive formula contains no solvents or acids and is designed to not leave a single scratch or mark on your glass. With your shower glass looking like new you don’t have to get frustrated every time you clean your bathroom only to have the glass look like it hasn’t been touched. There are tonnes of “miracle” products available at the supermarket for cleaning your shower glass that claim to remove tough stains, spots, calcium, mineral deposits and soap scum, but most of the time they fail, and many actually cause other damage to your shower due to the aggressive chemical concoctions they’re made from.  These chemicals aren’t necessarily the things you want hanging around your family either.   How does GroutPro Glass Restoration work? We use GroutPro brand products in a 2-stage process. The first stage is to use our specialised glass restorer formula to clean the dirt and mineral stains from the surface and out of the “pores” of your bathroom glass. After we have removed the glass stains we start on stage two.  In stage two we spray the glass with GroutPro Professional Glass Protector, which provides you with an easy to clean coating that stops water from clinging to the surface of the glass, preventing the opportunity for glass stains to re-appear. Once your glass has been restored looking after it is simple.  Just wipe over the shower glass after use with a squeegee or soft cloth to remove any water or residue, and that’s it. See these photos below of a before and after glass restoration job from one of our GroutPro professionals, James from Perth. Photograph shows the result after a GroutPro glass restoration on a shower screen. Photograph shows what the shower screen glass looked like before restoring the glass. Photograph shows the after effects of a glass restoration If you think your glass could do with some restoring all you have to do is contact your closest GroutPro specialist. Or for more information, contact us. Find a GroutPro specialist near...

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See Through The Glass

Posted by on May 9, 2014 in Bathroom Makeover, Blog, Glass Restoration, Specialist | Comments Off on See Through The Glass

Can You See Through Your Shower Screen Glass? GroutPro’s Glass Restoration May Be the Answer….. Ever visited an older home where the shower screen was so badly marked by years of soap scum, lime or mineral buildup that you weren’t able to see through the glass? Well that’s exactly what our team in Toowoomba experienced recently. Soap scum and years of mineral deposits from hard water builds up naturally within a shower cubicle and generally this is most obvious firstly on the glass shower screen and secondly on the tiles and floor of the shower itself. Bleach and other standard harsh cleaners can only do so much in removing it and without literally scouring the glass to remove the soap residue – which can damage the surface of the glass – this generally proves to be unsuccessful. GroutPro offers a brilliant glass restoration technique to clear that lime and soap scum and return the glass to it’s original lustre, clarity and shine. In many cases the results we achieve with our cleaning and restoration you would think the glass had been replaced. So our Toowoomba team set about restoring the shower screens and cleaning the grout and tiles in the bathroom using GroutPro’s own environmentally and family safe products. Using GroutPro’s own products, which remove calcium hard water stains, are non-corrosive and contain no acids or solvents, we were able to easily remove the stains and bacteria without harming the environment or family members. After we removed the stains we applied our GroutPro Professional Glass Protector which will provide an easy to clean layer over the glass as a protective coating. This prevents water from sitting on the surface of the glass and thereby leaving marks. After a few good hours of cleaning and a nice cup of tea from the home owner, the bathroom came up looking a million dollars! The owners were amazed with the outcome, they can see through the glass again and enjoy the sparkling clean bathroom as a result of our teams work. If you’d like more information about glass restoration talk to the boys at GroutPro Tile and Grout Cleaning – they can help you with information on their latest Coloursealing technique. This restores and protects the grout on your shower walls and makes it easier to clean. They’ll replace all the old mouldy silicone seals while they’re there and your shower will look like new again!  Well done Toowoomba team, great job.. By Geoff Biddle   Badly marked shower screen photo's of before it was cleaned and treated with GroutPro glass restore Shower screen restored with GroutPro glass restore and glass protection brings the glass back to life. Shower glass screen after our Glass Restoration work Shower screen glass stained with years of soap scum...

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