Bathtub, Shower and Tile Care and Maintanence
Due to the resilient surface of the new glaze there is no need to use abrasive cleansers. Any household liquid detergent will give excellent results. To remove stains, use a mild acid solution such as liquid bowl or tub and tile cleaner.
All organic coatings must cure. They start to cure from the time of application for a total of approximately fifteen 15 days unless otherwise stated. Please use caution for the first 5 days after work has been completed. All guidelines must be followed to honor any warranty claims.
- Never lay soap or bottles or any objects on the finish for long periods of time and never any metal bottles or cans.
- Leaky faucets and accidental damage (chips and gauges) MUST always be repaired before our arrival or no warranty will be honored if left un-repaired.
- Never use abrasive cleansers or bleach. No SOS pads – No Comet, Ajax or Soft Scrub.
- Never use loose bath mats with suctions underneath. An SRS install is highly recommended.
- Any surface dust will dissipate in 3-4 weeks with normal cleaning and usage, do not pick surface dust off with finger.
- The best way to keep tub clean, wipe down with towel after each use (you don’t have to wipe dry).
- Caulk around tub before using. Please allow up to 36 hrs for caulk seal to cure. Always keep caulk maintained.
- Here are some non-abrasive cleaners to use. Please follow suggested instructions: Lysol Basin & Tile Cleaner, Dow Scrubbing Bubbles, Mr. Clean (liquid or eraser), Fantastic, Kaboom or any other liquid detergent tub and tile cleaner.