Problems with limescale on glass? See what Ritec Limescale Remover can do!

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Seeing is believing! This glass belonging to a property in Western Cape, South Africa had been suffering from severe limescale attack. James from DCPRO (a local ClearShield Applicator specialising in renovating dirty glass and protecting it with ‘non-stick’, easy clean ClearShield® protection) used Ritec Limescale Remover as a trial to clean the glass fast and with minimal fuss. The results as you can see are amazing!

The delighted client has subsequently specified ClearShield Eco-Glass® protection so the glass will, in the future, resist limescale build-up as well as dirt and discolouration. The newly upgraded glass will also be easier to clean and keep clean and maintain a longer-lasting beautiful appearance.

Using the award-winning Ritec ClearShield Eco-System® – specially developed to renovate, protect and maintain glass surfaces – the ordinary glass will be upgraded to ClearShield Eco-Glass®. As there is no need to replace the glass, this is a very cost-effective method to get glass looking as good as new, with additional lower maintenance benefits.

If you have a limescale problem in or around your home, contact Ritec for our amazing Limescale Remover! Available as a handy trigger spray bottle, it is effective on glass, ceramics, stainless steel, chrome, enamel, plastic and most other hard surfaces (always test on a discrete area first; do not use on marble, stone, granite or other surfaces that are not acid-resistant).

One thought on “Problems with limescale on glass? See what Ritec Limescale Remover can do!

  1. […] this month we described how a property in Western Cape, South Africa had been suffering from severe limescale attack on the glas…. The property is located very near the sea, and uses borehole water for its garden irrigation […]

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