- Use a shower squeegee to clean glass doors after showering to help prevent water spots.
- To avoid soap deposits or lime buildup in hard water areas, wipe the door dry after each use.
- Occasionally wipe the doors with a mild detergent diluted in water to keep the door looking new.
- Never use bristle brushes, abrasive sponges or cleaners, or sharp instruments on the glass panels or anodized aluminum. They can scratch some glass and metal surfaces.
- For metal surfaces, never use cleaners containing abrasives, ammonia, bleach, acids, waxes, alcohol, or solvents as they may damage the finish.
- Use of harsh cleaning agents may void warranty obligations.
- Do not let cleaners soak on surfaces.
- Rinse and wipe fixtures after cleaning to prevent soap buildup.
- Keep shower doors ajar and enclosures open so that air can circulate to reduce mildew growth.