Updated: South African Coastal House Protected from Limescale Attack!

Earlier this month we described how a property in Western Cape, South Africa had been suffering from severe limescale attack on the glass. The property is located very near the sea, and uses borehole water for its garden irrigation system. The high level of dissolved solids in the borehole water, coupled with the regular winds from the SW and SE which come off the ocean, makes the alkaline attack relentless.

James from DCPRO (a local licensed ClearShield Applicator specialising in renovating dirty glass and protecting it with ‘non-stick’, easy clean ClearShield® protection) was contracted to provide the solution. During the renovation phase, James used Ritec Limescale Remover to clean the glass fast and with minimal fuss and stunning results.

The property’s owner was delighted with the demonstration and specified award-winning Ritec ClearShield Eco-System® treatment for the sea-facing windows, balustrade, a skylight and shower glass. In all, 98m² of glass was treated, upgrading the existing glass to ‘non-stick’ ClearShield Eco-Glass®. This higher performance glass will resist future limescale attack and other forms of staining, and will look pristine for longer with lower maintenance requirements.

As the happy property owner pleasingly discovered, you can get brand new-looking glass without having to pay for brand new glass!

Any ordinary glass, interior or exterior, domestic or commercial, can be upgraded to easy-clean ClearShield Eco-Glass® including splashbacks, mirrors, decorative glass, glass furniture, solar panels and partitions. So if you have a problem with dirty glass, contact the experts at Ritec!

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