To properly clean and maintain your strataglass products we only recommend using Strataglass Protective Cleaner and Strataglass Protective Polish. Both products are by IMAR and available through your strataglass provider or favorite retail marine store. Use of non-authorized cleaners or protectants may damage the Strataglass and void the warranty. ALWAYS use Strataglass Protective Cleaner to immediately remove harmful liquids, creams, chemicals or sprays that come in contact with the Strataglass surface.
Rinsing the Strataglass Curtains: Each time you use the boat, flush the curtains thoroughly with clear water to rinse away any salt or environmental abrasives. Air dry or use a high quality chamois or a microfiber towel.
Cleaning the Strataglass Curtains: (every 1-2 weeks) Spray the Strataglass Protective Cleaner directly on the inside and outside surface of the strataglass or onto a soft cotton or micro fiber cloth. Gently wipe the strataglass surface to clean. If necessary, buff dry with another dry clean cloth. Strataglass Protective Cleaner should always be on hand for emergency spot cleaning of any harmful liquids, creams, chemicals or sprays that may come in contact with the strataglass surface.
Polishing the Strataglass Curtains: (every 1-2 months) this is the most important maintenance procedure to extend the life of the curtains and maintain the warranty. Make sure the strataglass product is clean and dry. Apply a light coat of Strataglass Protective Polish, inside and out, with small, light circular motions using a soft cotton cloth or applicator pad. Allow the polish to quickly dry. Lightly buff with a dry soft cotton or micro fiber cloth to a sparkling smooth shine. The Strataglass Protective Polish should be applied every 1-2 months, especially when the enclosure is new. Over time, with multiple applications, the polish will build up a protective barrier.