General Care Instructions
Squeegee the glass after every use with a plastic or rubber-edged squeegee. Do not ever use metal squeegees or razor blades on your shower. Dry with a soft, dry microfiber cloth, or preferably, paper towels. Make certain whatever you use is clean and has not picked up any potential contaminants that might scratch your glass.
Avoid the following types of cleaners (for both the glass and the hardware):
Abrasive or soft abrasive powders and liquid
Cleaners containing ammonia
Bleach or bleach based cleaners
Steel or Teflon pads
Do not use bristle brushes
In order to increase strength and conform to building codes, all shower glass is required to be tempered. This prevents large, dangerous shards in the event of breakage. However, the edges are still vulnerable to breakage. Be careful that when the door is sliding or swinging, it does not hit any objects that are hard or sharp.
Avoid the following when cleaning your hardware:
Glass or lime scale cleaners
Alkaline and phosphoric acid-based cleaners
Drywall spackle and tile grout.
You can permanently damage the metal’s finish if improper cleaning compounds are applied.
Do not over-scrub at risk of ruining the electroplated or powder-coated finish.
It’s normal for your shower hardware to need a slight adjustment during the weeks, months or even years following installation. If your shower needs an adjustment—your door is slipping in the hinges, the door is hitting the panel, or the door is no longer sitting correctly in the space—please feel free to call our office at 503-650-6373 to schedule a service.
DT Glass showers are installed with the smallest gaps in the industry to provide you with the best level of water protection. Glass shower enclosures, especially frameless enclosures, are used to provide an effective water shield, not a watertight barrier. You may experience a small amount of water leakage during use. If water leakage is excessive, we may be able to apply additional seals to minimize leaks.