Keeping ShowerGuard Glass Beautiful

ShowerGuard’s patented technology helps keep minerals, scale and soap scum from sticking. A soft cloth or wet sponge and most common household cleaners are all you need for regular maintenance.
A clean water rinse should follow the use of any of these products. Please follow the manufacturer’s printed instructions for the products listed below. Note that some cleaning products may not be safe on uncoated glass surfaces, metal, tile, marble, brass or other materials.

Guardian recommended products for cleaning the ShowerGuard coated surface:
Soft Scrub® Lemon Cleanser
Scotch-Brite®  No Scratch Sponge

Approved eco-friendly products for cleaning the ShowerGuard coated surface:
Clorox® GreenWorks® Natural Bathroom Cleaner • Nature’s Source™ Natural Bathroom Cleaner • Seventh Generation™ Shower Cleaner • Windex® Multi-Surface Vinegar

Approved products for cleaning the ShowerGuard coated surface:
Antibacterial Fantastik® Heavy Duty    • Arm & Hammer® Clean Shower®
Comet® Bathroom Cleaner with Disinfectant    • Invisible Glass® Premium Glass Cleaner
Kaboom® Shower, Tub & Tile    • Lime-a-Way Bathroom • Lysol® Basin, Tub & Tile
Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser®    • Scrubbing Bubbles® Auto Shower Cleaner
Soft Scrub® with Bleach Cleanser    • Tilex® Fresh Shower®
Tilex® Soap Scum Remover    • Vim® Cream Cleanser
Vinegar, common household     • Windex®


Water Type Indication Recommended Cleaner Cleaning Frequency
Soft water

Water spots come off

with soap and water

Windex As needed
Hard water

Water spots are removed

with vinegar

Solution of 50% water

and 50% vinegar

Approximately once

every 15 showers

Hard water

with silica

Water spots are not

removed with vinegar

Soft Scrub Lemon Cleanser

Scotch-Brite No Scratch Sponge

Approximately once

every 10 showers