Your bathroom comes equipped with top-tier fixtures and surfaces. The protective coatings maintain their look and functionality. Here’s a guide to ensure they last.
Run exhaust fans or open windows to remove moisture from the bathroom.
Clean bathroom mirrors with an ammonia-free cleaner.
Shower and Tub
Clean the shower with an ordinary dishwashing detergent unless hard water minerals have been deposited. If hard water minerals have been deposited, use a commercial glass cleaner. Never use steel wool or scouring pads on the metal portion of shower enclosures.
Clean the bathtub with a foaming bath and tile cleaner to remove normal soil. Don’t use any type of abrasive on the bathtub.
For fiberglass tubs and showers use a fiberglass cleaner found at most grocery stores.
Bathroom toilets are durable fixtures made of vitreous china, a clay that’s glazed for a smooth surface, which can become scratched if cleaned improperly.
Pay special attention to the holes located under the bowl rim. If they aren’t cleaned regularly, they can become clogged and cause the toilet to malfunction.
Only use toilet bowl cleaner on the inside of the toilet bowl.
To clean the outside of the toilet, use a standard bathroom cleaner.
If the toilet continues to run after flushing, inspect the flapper and valve float in the toilet tank, and replace if necessary.
Safety Tip: Refrain from flushing grease, hair, lint, rubbish, diapers, or facial tissues.
Condensation on the tank's exterior may appear like a leak but is a natural occurrence.
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