Bathtub and Countertop Care
Caring For Your Refinished Tub and Countertops Due to the non-porous surface of the finish, there is no need to use abrasive cleansers on refinished bathtubs. Any household liquid detergent will give excellent results. To remove mineral stains, use a mild acid solution such as a liquid bowl cleaner. All organic coatings must cure. They start to cure at the time of application and must cure for a total of approximately 30 days. Maintaining your Refinished Bathtub: To maintain warranty.
1. The surface must cure for a period of 24hours
2. Leaky faucets will eventually wear down the surface at the drain, repair immediately.
3. Do not use abrasive cleansers. S-O-S Pads. Comet. Barkeepers friend, and Soft Scrub are all considered abrasives
4. Bathmats with suction cups should be avoided, as they can cause the surface to lift. (This is not covered by the warranty).
5. Any surface dust should dissipate in 3-4 weeks with normal cleaning and usage. Do not pick dust off.
6. The best way to keep your tub clean is to wipe it down with a towel after each use. You don't have to wipe it dry.
7. Maintain caulking around the tub, use a silicone based caulk. Adhesive caulking will void the warranty.
8. Here are some recommended cleansers to use: Gel Gloss , Mr. Clean , Scrub free , Fantastic
10. Use Gel Gloss (Home Depot) (Menards) to polish your finish every 3-4 months. You can also use any automotive wax to polish your tub or countertop, this will keep it looking new for many years to come.
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