Service & Cleaning Instructions

Frame Service Requirements

The Equipment Armor Shield Frame and Sub Frame should be inspected at each pre-shift inspection to ensure:

Shield Service Requirements

The Equipment Armor Protection Shield should be inspected at each pre-shift inspection to ensure:

Cleaning Instructions

Equipment Armor's proprietary shields are manufactured using a mar resistant coating. Periodic cleaning, using correct procedures outlined below with compatible household cleaners is recommended to prolong service life. We recommend you adhere to the following cleaning instructions to prolong the life of the Equipment Armor shield.

General Cleaning

  1. Thoroughly pre-rinse with warm water to loosen and wash away surface material, grit, and grime.
  2. Using a soft microfiber cloth or moist non-abrasive sponge, gently wash with a mild diluted soap or detergent.
  3. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm clean water. To prevent water spots, thoroughly dry the glazing with a dry soft cloth.

Removing Heavy Oils and Tars

  1. Thoroughly pre-rinse with warm water to loosen and wash away surface material, grit, and grime.
  2. With a 50/50 isopropyl alcohol-water mixture, gently rub the area with a soft non-abrasive cloth.
  3. Immediately rinse thoroughly with lukewarm clean water. To prevent water spots, thoroughly dry the shield with a dry soft cloth.

Removing Graffiti, Paint, Marker, Inks and Glazing Compounds

  1. Thoroughly pre-rinse with warm water to loosen and wash away surface material, grit, and grime.
  2. Using Naphtha VM&P grade, Isopropyl Alcohol, or Butyl Cellosolve, gently rub the area with a soft non-abrasive cloth. Do not apply solvent cleaners under direct sunlight or during high temperatures.
  3. Immediately rinse thoroughly with lukewarm clean water. To prevent water spots, thoroughly dry the glazing with a dry soft cloth.

Removing Adhesive Backed Labels

  1. Isopropyl Alcohol, Naphtha VM&P grade or Kerosene will help lift stickers and adhesives.
  2. Immediately rinse thoroughly with lukewarm clean water. To prevent water spots, thoroughly dry the glazing with a dry soft cloth.

Remove Frost

  1. Isopropyl Alcohol solution will defrost shield. Spray the shield with a 50/50 Isopropyl Alcohol mix.
  2. Immediately rinse thoroughly with lukewarm clean water. To prevent water spot, thoroughly dry the shield with a dry soft cloth.

Compatible Cleaners

The following cleaning agents are compatible with the shield when used according to the manufacturer's recommendations:

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