How Do You Clean a Bathtub That Has Been Reglazed?

You might wonder if you need to take special care of your bathtub once it has been reglazed. Yes, if you want to keep your recently refinished bathtub in top condition for many years to come. Here’s some advice on how to maximize the use of your brand-new tub:

Be more considerate than normal. A smooth, strong surface that is very long-lasting is provided by the specific materials used in bathtub restoration. Use soft sponges and mild, non-abrasive cleaning agents to maintain the condition of your bathtub.

Scrubbing Bubbles and 409 are still advised for use on reglazed tubs, two of the most well-liked bathroom cleaning products. We advise using standard dish soap or water and vinegar if you’d prefer something more environmentally friendly.

It is recommended to clean frequently rather than using abrasive cleaning equipment like Brillo pads or steel wool. We also advise against the use of steam cleaners, power washers, powdered cleaners like Comet, chlorine, and acidic solutions. Additionally, because they run the danger of destroying the new covering, we advise against using rubber bath mats with suction cups.

Study Up On Cleaning Reglazed Tubs

Hundreds of customers have benefited from the pleasant and supportive personnel at Wilmington Tub Reglazing in protecting their brand-new tubs. Call us if you have any questions about how to maintain your newly refinished bathtub.

We also offer more popular, reasonably priced services like sink, cabinet, tub, and tile restoration and reglazing. Contact us immediately!



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