Tiger's Paw - FAQs

How Do You Use Tiger’s Paw?

Our ergonomically designed, ‘Restorer Block Holder’ fits the hand perfectly, and has a soft, tiger stripe pattern for excellent grip.

Tiger's paw Exfoliates Water Spotting Off Shower Glass Doors

  1. Fit a ‘Restorer Block’ into the ‘Restorer Block Holder’.
    This has a finely milled abrasive which is infused into a lubricant. When this is wet, it helps reduce any fine scratching on the glass.
  1. Keep the glass wet by spraying water on the area you are focusing on.
  1. Use a vertical scrubbing action ONLY to cut away the undissolved minerals from the glass surface.
    We recommend you do a small test area first to gauge how much pressure is needed to achieve the desired result
  2. Rinse and dry the glass to check clarity – continue cleaning the remainder of the door
  3. Once clean, you will only have to use Tiger’s Paw every so often, as and when the glass develops a build up again

Always try a test spot at the bottom corner of your problem glass, as some glass is softer and very mild, fine hair line scratching may be seen in certain light. Tiger’s Paw may not remove all traces of your water spotting in the worst case of prolonged mineral buildup.  Tiger’s Paw is specifically for use only on Shower Glass, and is not for use on Automotive or domestic house glass.


How often do I have to use Tiger’s Paw?

Hopefully, it is a 'oncer’, but it will depend on your water supply and whether you want to squeegee your glass down every day or use Shower Witch regularly.

How long will the blocks last?

Totally dependent on the size of your shower and the level of calcium buildup. Typically, one block is more than enough for your standard shower.

Is it hard to remove the deposits?

Yes it can be - but generally, you just have to use some good old fashioned elbow grease. Don't be afraid to put some horse power into it. If you need to exert more pressure get someone to support the door from behind.

How long will it take to clean?

Totally dependent on the shower size and the level of buildup - but for most people it will be immediate.

I have water marks but I also have a commercial 'glass protection' that was put on the glass - so can I use Tiger’s Paw?

If you have commercial glass protection and water spotting, then it means that it has not worked for you. If you use Tiger’s Paw, it may remove this 'glass protection' and the calcium deposits.

Can I use Tiger's Paw on my house or car glass?

Absolutely not – it is specific to shower glass.