Recommended Cleaning Routine for Coated Glass Products
Cleaning Routine - this is only a quick guide please read the detailed cleaning routine
for the glass that you intend to use from the list below
Extra care is required when cleaning:
Any scratching will penetrate the surface of the coating and cannot be repaired
Any excessive mechanical treatment might remove the coating
Avoid all contact with metal objects
Avoid all chemicals that would attached the surface and damage it irreparably
DO NOT USE:
Any products containing hydrofluoric acid or fluorine derivatives.
Highly acidic and alkaline products as they are abrasive.
A mixture of one part vinegar with ten parts water
Windex Surface and Glass Cleaner (Clear liquid available at supermarkets) Produced
by SC Johnson & Son Pty Ltd
Use a clean, lint free towel or cloth.
About This cleaning Advice:
This information is offered as a general guide only and specific advice should always
be sought from a reputable glazier or professional window cleaner before undertaking
any cleaning. This guidance does not preclude the use of other methods, materials
or equipment, however the user should undertake careful evaluation and make suitable
enquiries of the suitability of alternative methods, materials or equipment before
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