Does your bathtub need a major cleaning? When we say we want a clean bathroom, that, of course, includes the tub! Who would like to bathe in a dirty bath? No one! We all want to immerse ourselves in a beautiful, clean, sparkling bathtub.
Do you want to know how to have such a bathtub? So here are some tips for cleaning an acrylic and resin bathtub.
Remove everything in your bath, such as shampoo tubes and soap. Once it’s done, start washing your tub with washing up liquid. You rub and do not rinse immediately. It would help if you waited half an hour before starting to flush.
Cleaning the interior
If you notice that you still have stains that will not leave after cleaning with dish soap, use baking soda! You have to put this product on your sponge and rub gently in a circular motion. This step can be repeated several times. In addition to removing stains, you will have the joy of discovering that baking soda also removes inevitable scratches. Finally, if there is a lot of lime, I advise you to buy white vinegar and rub.
Cleaning the exterior
Use the sponge again with baking soda to clean the whole. For slightly narrower parts like the corners of the bathtub, use a toothbrush. For outdoors, you can use several products for washing. There is baking soda, washing up liquid, glass cleaner, but also toothpaste. Yes! Toothpaste is perfect for removing stains that don’t go away.
This is the most critical part, the one that should not be overlooked. To keep the bathtub as clean as after thorough cleaning, clean it at least once a week with dish soap and a sponge. Do not leave shampoos etc., lying around. In your shower! Store them in a bath caddy. It is vital to keep it clean!
Which cleaning products?
1. Glass cleaner
To remove stains and have a shiny bathtub, you can use a little stain glass cleaner in the resin bathtub!
3. Dishwasher soap
The dishwasher soap will be excellent for cleaning your resin bathtub! Do not forget to rinse thoroughly to remove all the dish soap before taking your bath!
4. Liquid soap for dishes
Rub liquid dish soap with water and a sponge all over your bathtub.
To remove scale from your bathtub, use turpentine on a sponge. Gently rub stains in your acrylic tub.
6. A magic sponge
The magic sponge will take off the dirt-encrusted in the bathtub! Rub with large circular movements.
7. Claystone to clean the bathtub
With a little claystone, you can also easily remove traces of dark circles left on the contours of your tub.
8. Baking soda
To remove scratches from your bathtub, use a little baking soda as a cleaning product.
9. Lemon and white vinegar to clean well
To remove lime from your bath, rub vigorously with a mixture of white vinegar and lemon.
How often should I clean it?
We tend to believe that the bathtub is an element that cleans itself by itself since it is continuously in contact with water. Except that residues of dirt often remain in the bottom of the tank but do not leave during the evacuation. This debris can be lime or something else, but it can cause stains on your bathtub. To keep your tub in good condition, do regular maintenance, at least twice a week, with the salon or other product.
The frequency of cleaning depends on the number of uses for the spa bath, but on average, it is 1 to 2 times per month.
What you should avoid
Always make safety arrangements for children who will use the bathtub. Do not leave your cherubim alone in the bathroom to avoid accidents, for example, overflowing water. The same is true for people with reduced mobility.
Please do not allow any object to fall into or enter the openings of the bathtub, as this may cause its operation to stop or cause bodily injury.
Electric devices should be banned from the area around a bathtub to avoid electric shocks. Do not use the bathtub after a meal or drink alcohol. The fact that this can cause drowsiness, you risk drowning in water once asleep.
To fill your bathtub, add warm water and gradually increase the temperature. Using boiling water directly can cause damage to the surface of the tub.
The cleaning of a bathtub must be done regularly to avoid grease deposits and the development of bacteria at the same time as bad smells. Please consider the manufacturers’ recommendations regarding the installation and use of the bathtubs you buy to guarantee its longevity.