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InvisiRail™ Glass Railing System
Enjoy peace of mind with an industry leading lifetime warranty. Looking for more reasons to love InvisiRail™? It’s the only glass railing system on the market that spans up to 6ft, plus it’s affordable, low maintenance and looks great indoors and outdoors!
The choice is clear…or etched, or frosted! If you’re looking for privacy or distinction, customize your glass by ordering frosted or etched. All InvisiRail™ glass is tempered, heat soaked, and beveled. InvisiRail™ glass is 10mm thick, providing durability and strength.
The safety of your little ones and pets is our top priority. With safety corners and extensive glass texting, InvisiRail™ is safe and secure for your family.
InvisiPosts are 5/16” stainless or powder coated aluminum. With the most unobstructed posts on the market, no view is interrupted. Available in deck and fascia mount.
Available heights: 36”, 42”, 54”
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Care & Maintenance
Properly maintained stainless steel provides lustre, strength and durability.
In most applications, stainless steel will not rust or stain. However, when stainless steel comes into contact with chloride salts, sulphides or other rusting metals it can discolour or tarnish.
To maintain the beauty and function of the stainless steel for years to come:
- Clean stainless steel with soap and water, or other readily available stainless cleaning products for fridges, BBQs, etc. Just search “stainless steel cleaners” in Google or Amazon. We like and have used ‘Bar Keeper’s Friend’. Use of these cleaner and polish products will inhibit the future return of tarnish.
- Never use mineral acids, bleaches or coarse abrasives (like SOS pads, sandpaper, etc.).
- Always remove stains as soon as possible with either soap and water or a stainless steel cleaner as per above recommendations.
- If it appears as though there is rust on the post, it is usually something that has touched the post that has ferrous materials in it, and it is those that are rusting. Examples are grinding and sparks that have hit the post, using sandpaper that has ferrous materials in it, SOS pads, etc.