Care and Maintenance
  • Do not get the surface wet for as many hours after refinishing work is completed as your technician recommends.
  • Carefully remove masking tape and paper after as many hours as instructed.
  • Replace bathtub hardware and caulk after as many hours as instructed.
  • Regular cleaning is important to prevent dirt and soap scum buildup that will hide the beauty of the finish.  Clean with warm water and liquid detergents or bathroom cleaners.  Good cleaners are Dow Scrubbing Bubbles, Lysol Tub & Tile Cleaner, Lime Away as Ivory or Dawn.  These will clean the refinished fixture without dulling the finish.
  • Never use suction cup bathmats or any suction cups on the finish.
  • Repair all leaky faucets right away.  Constant dripping will cause premature wear and rust around the drain.
  • Never use Comet, Ajax or other abrasive cleaners, acids, toilet bowl cleaners or any product not specifically designed for bathroom fixture cleaning.
  • Do not use acids on the finish.  If using a drain opener, carefully pour it into the drain, trying not to spill it on the finished surface.
  • To keep your bathtub looking great for years, do not store soap, shampoo, bath oil, etc. on the corner ledge.  Water is trapped underneath and in time, this can cause the finish to discolor.  A hanging shower caddy works well to store these things away from the surface.
  • Never allow nail polish remover to come in contact with the finish as it will damage the finish.