Aqualux Shower Blade Glass Cleaner
So you’ve got a brand new shower enclosure in your bathroom, it looks fantastic doesn’t it? Fast forward a few weeks later and your sparkling crystal clear glass enclosure is murky and covered in soap scum. That attractive designer look you were going for has been ruined, simply because you used the shower as it was intended.
So how do we combat this? You could use a damp cloth to wipe it down, but in our experience that doesn’t leave it looking as good as it originally did. The answer comes in the form of the Aqualux Shower Blade, which will effortlessly wipe away that soap scum and limescale to leave your enclosure dazzling again.
You can even use it on tiles, car windscreens or home windows, and you don’t have to use any chemicals that can irritate your skin.
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£8.98 (Inc. VAT)
RRP £24.97 Save 64%
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Shower blade is a great little gadget , shaped so as to wipe larger areas and get into smaller areas of shower doors to keep clean and free of water marks
Excellent product - does what it says on the tin.
Very easy to use. Keeps glass clean and dry.
Excellent product and great value.
What a great design and its own hanger for storage with a flat and curved blade it 's perfect for my offset quadrant shower. Wish I had bought it years ago. Highly recommended
Excellent, just as described, and it works a treat!
So glad I bought this, versatile, quick and efficient for daily cleaning. Comfortable to use, and seems durable as in use since August 2015
Used it for first time today and it is so easy to use compared to my previous blade. Well worth buying
great bit of kit does a great job excellent service from plumbworld
Why haven't I had one of these before? Makes cleaning the glass shower stall so quick and easy and always to hand ,in it's neat little holder...perfect!
The Aqualux certainly cleans the shower glass very effectively and the curved side is a real bonus. BUT the annoying point about the design as you can see from the photo - the blade at both ends is shorter than the 'handle' or 'frame' and you just cannot get up close to the edge of the shower. It is such simple but annoying error in design.