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Crystal Clear: A Blog About The Wonderful World Of Glass

I first fell in love with glass when I was ten years old. My mother took me to see a wonderful recital where the pianist was playing a glass piano. I was mesmerised by the way the piano shone and sparkled as it reflected the stage lights. I could never have imagined such a glamorous object. Ever since then, i have been fascinated by different types of glass. From stained glass panels to one-way mirrors, my eyes will always notice the glass fixtures in a room first. Recently, I ate at a restaurant in Japan where the entire floor was made of patterned glass. Needless to say, I was too excited to eat! This blog is for those who are looking for glass items and glass lovers like myself. I hope it gives you a peek into the wonderful world of glass and the options out there. Please tread carefully.


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Crystal Clear: A Blog About The Wonderful World Of Glass


Cleaning and Protecting Your Shower Screen

Is finding a solution for the scum-, fog-, and water-stained glass of your shower screen a challenge? If so, don't worry! Your shower screen might be subject to the mineral deposits from your shampoo's chemicals, hard water, body oils, soaps, or harsh scrubbing with various toxic cleaners. Since untreated glass might be porous, it can easily absorb these minerals and make cleaning even more difficult. As such, you can easily create that magnificent ambiance when you step into your bathroom by following the following guidelines to clean and protect your shower screen.

Keeping Your Shower Screens Looking Like New: 3 Ways to Prevent Soap Scum

It's surprising how quickly soap scum can accumulate on shower screens, and make them look absolutely filthy. If you want to avoid spending an entire day scrubbing away at soap scum and hard water stains, here are 3 simple tips on how to keep these annoying messes at bay. Always Squeegee The Screens After a Shower Soap scum is the buildup of soap deposits once they have interacted with the minerals in hard water.

The Benefits of Aluminium Window Frames

Are the window frames in your home looking a little worse for wear? Before you upgrade them to a traditional wood or PVC option, you should consider the growing trend of aluminium window frames. Here are some of the benefits: Totally weather proof. If you need to invest in exterior window frames, it's particularly important to consider how your frames will hold up to the elements. With a natural material like wood, there are some problems you might encounter, such as warping, and mould and fungus growth when exposed to moisture.

Rookie's Guide to Windscreen Repair

Aside from allowing for visibility, a windscreen is a weather barrier that protects vehicle occupants from outside elements. While performing these important functions, windscreen damage becomes almost unavoidable. It is important for all car owners to know about windscreen repairs as they will probably need to have them performed at some point. Here is a useful primer on windscreen repairs for novice car owners. Why repair a damaged windscreen? Windscreen damage can occur abruptly.

Five Reasons Glass Splashbacks Are Superior to Other Décor Options

When designing or redecorating a kitchen, determining the material of the backsplash can be challenging. Glass, tile, wood… the possibilities are seemingly endless, and each one comes with a host of pros and cons. But which is superior? You can be the judge, but below are the five reasons why you should consider purchasing a glass splashback. 1. Easy to Clean No material is easier to clean than glass. A bit of spray cleaner and a rag are all that you need for a sleek, stain free look, and unlike tile, there is no grout to clean between or around.

Signs Your Window Glass Needs Attention

Many people are usually forced to replace the glass on their windows because they choose to overlook the telltale signs that the glass needs some attention. Here are some pointers you should look out to help prevent the glass on your windows from calling for early replacement or glass repair. Fogging                                        As double-glazed windows age, the gradually lose their ability to keep the seal that prevents moisture buildup airtight.