Care Tips
What to Expect with HydroShield
Thank you for choosing HydroShield to protect your home. Our innovative protection provides peace of mind by preventing staining, etching and other damage. HydroShield protected surfaces are not self-cleaning. The HydroShield surface is up to 75% easier to clean; the dirt and grime no longer penetrate the surface, but sit on top of the HydroShield coating. Surfaces stay clean much longer than before. HydroShield coating protects the natural beauty, clarity and luster of glass, granite, ceramic and tile.
Partial List of Cleaners Safe to Use on HydroShield:
HydroShield Glass Cleaner
HydroShield Clean & Preserve Stone Cleaner
Isopropyl Alcohol
Denatured Alcohol
Lysol Disinfectant
Ammonia (diluted to 15%)
Simple Green
Mild Dish Soap

Partial List of Cleaners Not Safe to Use on HydroShield:
Sulfuric Acid
Hydrofluoric Acid
Phosphoric Acid
Muriatic Acid
Nitric Acid
These Acidic Cleaners will void your HydroShield Warranty
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Glass Care
With HydroShield protection your glass is ultra smooth and easy to clean. You can see and feel the difference!

Maintain as needed with an alcohol-based glass cleaner and a microfiber towel. For best results, use HydroShield Glass/Multi-Purpose Cleaner. If contaminates build up scrub the glass with a white (non-scratch) scrub pad and Dawn dish soap, then spray with HydroShield Glass cleaner and wipe dry with a clean microfiber towel. 
Natural Stone and Grout Care
HydroShield provides dual protection. This is accomplished by penetrating deep into the stone preventing other contaminants to enter as well as leaving a water and oil repellent coating on the surface of the stone. 

HydroShield protected stone is easy to clean. Cleaning is as simple as using a neutral pH stone cleaner. For best results, use HydroShield Stone Cleaner. 
Granite & Quartz Countertop Care
HydroShield protected granite will be more sanitary as we have sealed the pores in the stone where bacteria can reside and multiply. 

To clean kitchen counter tops, simply use hot soapy water and a clean cotton towel and follow with an alcohol-based glass cleaner and a microfiber towel. For best results, use HydroShield Glass/Multi-Purpose Cleaner. 
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