Restoring polishing and sealing glass shower doors and mirrors
- Evaluate the surface looking for mineral deposits and soap scum. If there is a lot of soap scum on the glass it may be necessary to use MB3 Soap Film Remover or another like product.
- Use Stone Scrub or Cerium Oxide to remove mineral deposits and other residues on the surface and prep the surface for sealing. This is done by applying Stone Scrub and scrubbing with a clean new white pad. If there are major mineral deposits and etches on the glass it may be necessary to use a polishing machine. Please view the video for more information on polishing shower glass.
- Once you have the glass surface sufficiently polished, clean the surface thoroughly with Repellent Wash or Crystal Clean.
- Carefully tear open the Wipe N Seal Step 1 packet. Immediately start sealing the inside of the shower door. The step one tends to evaporate quickly slow start using immediately and thoroughly. The first area of glass that you do should be the one with the most water exposure. Work your way out from there so that the highest concentration of step one is done on the areas that are hit the most by water.
- After step one is complete, take a Microfiber cloth and remove the dried residues.
- Immediately open Wipe N Seal Step 2 and remove the durable wipe. In linear movements begin applying step two. Step two should be applied evenly and thoroughly.
- After step two is applied to the entire shower door allowed to dry for a minute then buff entire surface with a clean Microfiber rag removing all streaks.
- Now clean and remove all residues using Repellent Wash or Crystal Clean.
- Test your newly sealed shower glass by directing the spray toward it. You should see beading.
- Wipe the entire surface with a microfiber cloth and it is ready for your next shower.