Cut Cleaning Time In Half With Enduroshield

Glass is pretty much flavour of the month right now. We love using glass bottles and storage containers over plastic ones. We love the wonderfully sustainable nature of glass, and its almost endless recyclability. And we love that its origins lie in two of our most ancient elements – fire and earth (well, sand, to be strictly correct). What we don’t love, however, is cleaning the darn stuff. Particularly windows. We love windows, of course, but they are no fun to clean. They attract dirt and sticky finger marks like flames attract moths, and don’t even get me started on shower doors and soap scum! Fortunately for haters of glass cleaning, there is Enduroshield!

Enduroshield is one of those products that, once you’ve used it once, makes you wonder how you ever survived without it. Available as a professional application or a DIY product, Enduroshield is an invisible, ultra-thin, non-stick coating that cuts your cleaning time by half! No, really. When sprayed onto a clean surface, it forms a durable, protective bond that repels water and oil-based stains.

But it’s not just great for glass.

Anyone who’s ever tried to get mould and grime off tile grout, concrete or any other porous or untreated surface knows how difficult it can be. You have to use abrasive, toxic cleaning products and a whole lot of elbow grease to get it look remotely like new again. Enduroshield makes them easy to clean using only a microfibre cloth and a mild detergent – or even white vinegar. No harsh chemicals required.

And of course, because cleaning is quicker and easier, you need less water, which helps keep our environment happy.

Additional Benefits Of Enduroshield

A lot of treatments we traditionally use on glass and other surfaces in our homes are supposed to make our lives easier, but often end up giving us more work in the long term. We either have to reapply them regularly, or use addiitional products to keep the first product looking good! It’s time consuming and expensive.

Because Enduroshield bonds with surfaces, it is extremely durable. In fact, it can only really be removed with vigorous abrasion or the application of acids and alkalis. The long-lasting, hard-wearing barrier it creates repels water and oil based stains creating a beading effect on the surface, ready for an easy wipe off.

In addition, Enduroshield protects the expensive surfaces in your home against the corrosive effects of lime scale, soap scum, hard water, chemicals, dirt and grime. Not to mention the fact that surfaces stay much cleaner for much longer – meaning you have to clean less often. What’s not to love?

Professional Or DIY Application?

If you fancy yourself as a DIY enthusiast, you’ll be pleased to know Enduroshield is available in consumer-strength formula, DIY kits for tile and grout, glass and stainless steel surfaces. A single application will keep your surfaces protected and stain free for three years. Of course, if you don’t even know how to spell DIY, fear not! Reputable glass fabricators and manufacturers around the world rely on Enduroshield to meet their customers’ exacting demands. When professionally applied to new glass, this industry-leading solution carries a 10-year performance warranty.

Grace Haven Industries has been the leading distributor of hardware to the South African architectural aluminium industry for over 25 years. We’re committed to maintaining this position by regularly updating and improving our product range to accommodate changing design trends and technical requirements. To this end, in 2001, we expanded our range to also include wooden window and door hardware, folding door hardware, silicone sealants and architectural glass hardware.

When you order glass from us for your architectural project, requesting an Enduroshield application ensures your glass is protected with a performance warranty of 10 years. And of course, you get all Enduroshield’s other great benefits as standard too. If you want to save time, money and considerable effort, chat to us about Enduroshield-treated glass.

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