Welcome to The Shower Lab™. We pride ourselves on designing beautiful shower spaces for some of the finest homes and hotels, backed up by an unrivalled dedication to customer service.

Aftercare

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HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR SHOWER SPACE

To maintain the beauty of your shower screen, we recommend it is regularly cleaned to remove excess water. Use a soft, damp cloth to wash down the inside of the glass with fresh water. A squeegee should also be used after every shower to reduce the risk of streaks and marks caused by shower water. Once wiped down, dry your shower screen with a soft micro-fibre cloth for the best results. This is the best way to avoid the build-up of limescale or other moisture-related damage. Do not use scouring pads or steel wool to clean your shower. In addition, avoid abrasive or acidic cleaning products as these can cause permanent damage to your glass. Over time, this will cause it to dull and become unfit for purpose. Stubborn stains can be removed easily by using undiluted washing up liquid and a soft cloth.

DEEP CLEANING YOUR SHOWER SPACE

We recommend deep cleaning your shower screen once a month to achieve the best results. Combine a mild detergent with water and use a soft cloth to polish this into the screen. All of The Shower Lab spaces are protected with our Easy Clean Finish, enabling a recovery to its new shine easily.

EASY CLEAN FINISH

Our Easy Clean Finish is an application used to make our shower screen glass water repellent. It bonds an invisible, non-stick polymer coating to the glass. This creates an impenetrable barrier against limescale and other forms of water-related build up. All of our shower screens are easy to clean and maintain as a result of this treatment. Additional care must be taken when cleaning shower screens treated with our Easy Clean Finish. Avoid all abrasive cleaning products as they can cause damage to the polymer coating. This will reduce its effectiveness over time. To clean, simply wipe away excess water after every shower with a soft, damp cloth. Micro-fibre cloths or squeegees can then be used to dry and finish the glass surface, minimising the risk of streaks or water-related marks.