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Why House of Mirrors Can Sell You DFI Coating With a Clear Conscious

There aren’t many blanket statements we can make about our customers, but we think it’s fair to say that, all in all, most of them don’t look forward to cleaning their glass shower doors. In fact, it might even be something that a lot of people tend to put off from time to time.

So what if we told you that you could spend a lot less time scrubbing shower residue off of glass, and more time doing anything that isn’t that?

To just about everyone we’ve put that question to, it’s been a pretty easy choice. That’s why we’re so excited to tell people about one of the most convenient things that’s come our way in quite a while: DFI coating for shower doors and other glass surfaces.

Here’s why it’s a big deal: in most homes, the glass on your shower door is as naked as you are when it’s exposed to water, soap, and even bubbles. Because there are tiny imperfections on the surface, impossible to see without a magnifier telescope, small particles can get caught, eventually drying out and leaving that filmy residue we all hate to clean so much.

With DFI coating, however, the tiny edges on the surface of your glass door are smoothed over, making it virtually impossible for anything to stick. In that way, it’s similar to a sealant you might put on your windshield for rain – apply it every once in a while, and all you have to do to clean your shower door is wipe it down with a microfiber cloth once in a while.

For those of us who work in glass, or just don’t enjoy cleaning the bathroom as much as we would having it clean itself, DFI coating is an exciting product. Stop by House of Mirrors today to see what it’s all about yourself – just don’t be surprised if you talk yourself into bringing a new shower door home!

Looking for the best in custom glass, mirrors, and picture frames? Stop by House of Mirrors today! We’ve got Calgary’s best selection and service for all things glass.

Written by Greg Dunn. Visit Greg on Google+