Resources - How To

How to Care and Clean a Cw® Mirror

The best and safest cleaner for a mirror is clean, warm water used with a soft cloth. Do not allow water to collect and remain on the mirror edges. When using a commercial glass cleaner, use a brand that does not contain ammonia.

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How to Care and Clean a Cw® Mirrored Door

Tile, wall, abrasive, or detergent cleaners should not come in contact with mirrors, especially the mirror edges. Certain common chemicals found around the home, such as, chlorine, alkali, acids (sulfuric, in pool cleaners), acetic acid (vinegar and cabbage) and ammonia can be very harmful to mirrors.

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How to Care and Clean a Cw® Tub and Shower Enclosures

Clean the glass and enclosure hardware with a soft cloth or sponge with a mild, nonabrasive cleaner designed for glass. Avoid using scouring cleansers or rough scrubbing pads or sponges as this will scratch and mar the beautiful finish on the enclosure.

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CwShield™ Care and Cleaning Instructions

While CwShield™ dramatically reduces the cleaning requirements of your treated glass, just like a high quality Teflon coated cooking pan, you do have to perform some cleaning and maintenance to ensure ongoing performance.

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How to Measure for an Enclosure

Enclosures without return panel(s) are measured Width x Height and for enclosures with return panel(s) measure Width x Return Depth(s) x Height. Enclosures with return panel(s) may be measured in one of two ways: CENTER LINE or OUTSIDE LINE.

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How to Cut Glass

There's an easy way and a right way. Trust us, cutting glass can be a huge problem if not done properly. We'll guide you through it - step by step - in this instructional video.

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