1. Avoid using traditional glass cleaning products
Where possible skip using commercial bleach-based cleaners as they can often create more work for you. If you’ve tried to use a glass cleaner on your pool fence, you may have noticed smudges or smears left behind. That’s because commercial glass cleaners leave an unwanted residue on your fence that can never be fully eliminated. Avoid bleach-based cleaners too, as they can etch the glass over a period of time.
2. Simple is always best
Be sure to use a non-abrasive cloth, we recommend using a microfibre cloth with warm soapy water. Rinse off with a low-pressure garden hose. Air dry or use a good quality squeegee to remove excess water.
3. Clean regularly
Cleaning a glass pool fence is far easier when you keep on top of it. Hosing down the glass after use of the pool will remove any salt or chlorinated water, reducing the frequency of cleaning. Then clean as often as necessary to keep dirt and grime at bay.
4. Remove stubborn streaks and stains
From time to time you may notice a build-up on your glass, you may need to use a mix of white vinegar and water to help remove these streaks and stains. Spray the solution onto the glass and allow to soak for several minutes. A damp microfibre cloth should then be used to wipe over the area.
5. Consider the use of an easy clean treatment spray
Prevent salt and chlorine water staining by using an approved glass treatment product. With non-stick, easy clean properties and additional protection against salt corrosion, this is an investment that pays for itself, leaving you with more time to enjoy your sparkling pool!
At Elite Fencing Solutions we install only industry standard approved pool safety fencing across our entire range. Contact our team to learn more about a glass pool fencing solution for you.
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