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Unread 10-21-2009, 10:29 PM   #46
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Rain X done before the first drop of water ever hit the shower floor!!

I've become a "wiper"....... ......meaning I towel down the entire shower after every shower. I always squeegeed the old shower, but toweling down is a new challenge.

Rain-X helps, but I think "toweling down" is going to be the real key to keeping things brand new. Endorsed by JB himself, I've already seen a short-term result.....

There's one spot at the bottom hinge where little drops were getting on the outside of the glass....(frameless glass hinges can pass some water thru easily enough)....and I hadn't paid attention to that little area. Started to develop a hard-water drip.....in less than a month!!! (Nevermind that our water here is harder than granite!)

I'd only ever heard of somebody wiping a shower down completely about 10 years ago. I thought they were crazy, but now I do it. Maybe I'm crazy!
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