One of the most annoying tasks homeowners regularly tackle is removing hard water from shower glass. Entire weekends and countless hours can be spent doing this frustrating chore. There are quite a few questions many have, aside from the actual work. What products will remove the water spots? What method works the best? What type of pad should I use? WHY do I have to do this?!!!

What if I told you there IS a solution! HydroShield! HydroShield’s glass sealing product provides surface protection for shower glass making it easy to clean. The unique way it bonds to the glass surface gives us the satisfaction of giving our clients a 3 year warranty on all NEW shower glass. Check out the video below.

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What to expect:

HydroShield isn’t self cleaning. When purchasing a non-stick pan most people don’t expect it to clean itself. Just like a non-stick pan the shower glass will still need to be cleaned. While we encourage the use of a squeegee, it’s not absolutely necessary to do this every time. If you don’t squeegee, more frequent wipe downs will be necessary as there will be leftover minerals which accumulate on top of the HydroShield coating. If you do squeegee, the glass will not need to be wiped down as frequently because the minerals will not accumulate. The choice is yours.

How can I tell it’s sealed?

It will be very obvious the shower glass is sealed. When the water hits the glass it will bead up and the water will “sheet” off the glass. Of course every bit of the water will not run completely off the glass which is why semi regular maintenance is required.

Where can I buy HydroShield?

HydroShield isn’t available in liquid form to the public. To ensure proper application, the owner of HydroShield elected to only allow trained applicators to apply the product.

How do I get HydroShield?

If you live in the Sacramento area we can apply the HydroShield to your shower glass and educate you on proper maintenance procedures.

Don’t live in the Sacramento area? Look to see if we have a dealer in your area at HydroShield.