Cleaning and Maintenance

Robinson Glass has several products to help you keep your glass windows or shower door looking like new.

cable_001Robinson Glass Cleaner is heavy duty glass cleaner with a clean fresh fragrance.
Its light foaming action helps prevents running. It is practically streakless and leaves no residue. It is ammonia free. So it is safe for Plasma & LCD TV’s, computer screens and much more. It is made for mirrors and glass. But, it is great for OEM tinted windows, marble and granite. One can of Robinson Glass cleaner can outlasts two 32 oz liquid trigger sprayers.
To keep your shower door “spot free,” Robinson Glass offers Invisible Shield. Invisible Shield® is perfect for all types of glass, porcelain, ceramics, sinks, showers, tubs & tile counters, glassware, lighting fixtures, chandeliers & more. Easily and quickly applied, a single treatment can last for months & months. The advanced chemistry of Invisible Shield® is monomolecular and will never build-up or discolor.

isThis long-lasting, protective polymer finish can be easily replenished to keep surfaces sparkling! This solvent-extended formula is particularly suited for all glass shower enclosures and even large exterior windows & doors.

sparkleRobinson Glass also carries Sparkle. Sparkle cleans stains from glass. It removes soap scum from shower doors. It can be used on auto glass for water spots. “Sparkle” Cleaner does those glass cleaning jobs too tough for spray-on cleaners. It removes light water spots and stains in glass caused by weather, sea air or pollution; also removes soap scum from shower doors and ceramic tile. Use it on auto glass to remove water spots from automatic windshield washers. Wipe on with a damp cloth or paper towel, rub stained areas, and then wipe off.

Robinson Glass also sells squeegees with soft blades to make drying wet glass easy. A shower enclosure can provide years of service and beauty with a minimum of care and maintenance. Cleaning your enclosure safely and effectively takes the right cleaner. With minimum maintenance and the right cleaner your bath enclosure should provide you with years of beautiful service. The key is to understand what types of cleaners to use and to avoid. Many cleaners labeled for use in bathrooms can damage the metal finish or scratch the glass of an enclosure. A short list of cleaning agents that should be avoided because they either damage the metal or scratch the enclosure surface includes:

Vinegar or vinegar based products
Abrasive or soft abrasive powders and liquids
Bleach or bleach based cleaners
Steel or Teflon pads
Any Cleaner which contains ammonia

In looking for the best cleaner that’s also gentle on surfaces, BEMA (The Bath Enclosure Manufacturers Association) tested some of the most popular cleaners and found Comet Non-Abrasive Bathroom Cleaner to be the most effective while still being gentle on the glass and metal surfaces of an enclosure.