When properly maintained, your acrylic bath systems will remain clean and beautiful for many years. It’s important to know that acrylic baths are not resistant to abrasive materials and cleaning products, but, fortunately, these types of products are not necessary when maintaining your fixture. Simply rinsing your tub with water and wiping the surface with a cloth or soft sponge is all you need. Costly bathroom cleaners can damage acrylic.
If you prefer cleaning your tub with more than water, make sure you choose products that are labeled as safe for acrylic, or try dishwashing liquid. Whatever product you use, make sure to rinse thoroughly after each use.
Here’s a quick breakdown of the products that are best suited for preserving your acrylic bath products, as well as those that you should avoid:
Using any of the products cited in the “DO NOT USE” list can damage your acrylic bath system and will void your product warranty. If you’re unsure of whether a cleaning product is safe to use, test the product on a small area of the corner of the skirt before applying elsewhere. It’s also important to thoroughly review product instructions and restrictions before use.
Chemical drain cleaners can damage your acrylic bath system and pose a serious hazard to your health. Even small amounts can injure your skin, eyes, and lungs. Instead of resorting to caustic, chemically-based drain clog removers, opt for a plunger, plumber’s snake, or drain auger. These products are available at most hardware stores and are easy to operate. Should you require further assistance, contact a plumbing professional.
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