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SHOWER & TILE TREATMENT

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8 March 2011

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NanoSafeguard Shower & Tile Treatment helps keep glass and ceramic surfaces looking new and clean for months. Its sophisticated chemical composition ensures surfaces have only minimal contact with foreign particles – in other words, it forms an invisible bond with the surface, preventing water, dirt, oil and other pollutants from adhering. Contaminants that are not completely repelled initially are easily removed later on with a damp cloth or mild cleanser. +

"OK, it is absolutely easier to clean my bathroom, and I am using a lot less detergents." +

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