I just had a new glass shower door installed... The company where I
bought the glass door said they put on a sealer so that it will
prevent scum from accumulating.. They say when water hits the glass it
will bead off like rainx..
I noticed that when I clean the glass with a microfiber there still is
a 'film' or shadow, almost looks like 'specks'.. what the heck is
this? is this a defect?
the installer does. that should be your first call. we have no idea what
they used. we weren't there, and i can't see it from where i'm sitting.
perhaps if you hold it a little to the left?
there are many coatings this could be. glass doesn't need a sealer, since
it's not porous. there may be some coating, and that could be darn near
anything. it's 'probably' something similar to rain-x, but there's no way to
for us to tell.
what did the company that installed it say when you called them?
I have not called the installer just yet... I will be doing that..
However, they did not do the coating..they, upon buying the glass,
said the company/manufacturer puts on this "sealer' or coating at the
if the installer bought the glass, the installer is responsible for the
product. it is their responsibility to answer your questions. if they don't
have answers for you, it is their responsibity to find the answers to your
satisfaction. if it is defective, they are responsible for replacing it. if
you are unhappy with the product, then you can either withhold final payment
until you are satisfied, or take them to small claims court.
Try this link: http://tinyurl.com/3qn33t7 .
I don't really know the answer, but I thought the above link was cool and
Here are three of the results that came up:
Hope this helps.
Don't know what specs are. Shower guard? Crystal fusion?
Cost me $200 to get windshield treatment. Said it helps prevent
The reason I had it done, I almost wrecked when a truck flung a huge
amount of mud water on my windshield. Even though I use some rainx, I
was just stunned for a few second driving down a narrow river road.
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