Frameless Shower Screen Maintenance Tips & Tricks

Shower Screen Maintenance

  • Frameless and semi-frameless shower screens hinges, sliding door rollers and clamp fittings:
    • immediate maintenance is required if you notice the door has shifted position by more than 1-2mm
    • immediate maintenance is required if you notice that any glass edge is rubbing or hitting against anything
    • we recommend you check for any maintenance issues on a regular basis (e.g. once every six months)
    • check all hinges or sliding door rollers are operating smoothly, apply a lubricating oil if required
    • check all glass panels have adequate clearance (spacing buffers)
    • ensure all screws have not come loose
  • To clean shower screen hardware and fittings, use a solution of warm water & mild detergent. Wipe clean with a cloth, then rinse throughly with warm water. Under no circumstances should you use a solvent, harsh detergent, bleach, or any abrasive cleaners. Failure to do so may void your warranty.
  • To clean your shower screen glass, lightly spray the the glass with a qualtiy glass cleaner (make sure you carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions on the pack). Using a plastic squeegee, work the cleaing product around the glass to remove soap stains and calcium deposits. Shower screen glass should be cleaned regualarly, we recommend a weekly cleaning to remove soap stains and calcium deposits, which if left uncleaned, can etch white markings on the glass permanently, and possibly void your warranty.

Mirror Maintenance

  • Lightly spray the mirror with a qualtiy glass cleaner (make sure you carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions on the pack).
  • Chemical cleaners should be kept away from the back and edges of the mirror, as it can erode the metallic paint on the back of the mirror.