Tile & Grout, Natural Stone, Shower Cleaning
Traditional methods of hard water removal can have some adverse effects.
Things such as lemon juice, vinegar and acids can etch away at metal in showers or window casings – not showing immediate effects, but long-term effects. Removing hard water correctly will not cause any of these effects and will give you an effective and safer cleaning.
How do we do it?
Hard water deposits damage more than meets the eye. As hard water etches and eats away at the surface it also allows detergents, soaps and other contaminants to breach the surface. What does this cause? Less reflectivity, a weakened surface, and more difficult to clean surfaces. Removing hard water at the source is always suggested, but once hard water deposits are under control, maintaining showers and glass can be a much simpler task with sealers and other additives that can help wick away water and not allow water to sit and leave behind the hard water deposits.