The fiberglass tub is vulnerable to scratches, so you want to use non-abrasive cleansers and applicators to clean it.To clean your tub, use a detergent or baking soda paste.To apply the cleanser, use a sponge, cloth, or soft scrub brush.Liquids such as acetone or turpentine can be used for tough stains.You can finish the cleaning process by polishing the fiberglass tub.
Step 1: Take 1 quart of warm water and 1 cup of detergent.
Liquid laundry detergent can be used.When you mix the ingredients, make sure they are well combined.It's a good idea to avoid abrasive cleansers.
Step 2: The tub needs to be emptied of water.
You can rinse your tub with a bucket or pitcher.If you have a shower head, you can use it to rinse your tub.
Step 3: Use a sponge to apply the solution.
To scrub the tub, use a circular motion.A toothbrush can be used to clean small crevices.It's important to use gentle sponges, cloths, and scrub brushes.Steel wool and pads will scratch your fiberglass tub.
Step 4: The tub needs to be thoroughly cleaned.
The best way to remove soap is to use a bucket.You may need to wash your bathtub more than once.
Step 5: Put a towel in the tub.
It is possible to prevent water from pooling in the corners and crevices of your tub.Mildew, mold, andbacteria can be caused by pooling.If you choose to polish your tub, it will be dried.
Step 6: To make a paste, mix 3 parts baking soda with 1 part water.
The consistency of the paste should be similar to toothpaste.The paste should be thick enough to stick to the sides of the tub.Extra cleaning power can be obtained by adding 2–3 liters of vinegar.If your paste is thin, add more baking soda until it forms a thick paste.
Step 7: Use a sponge to apply the paste.
The paste should be applied to the sides and bottom of the tub.If your tub is dirty, you may need to let the paste set for a longer period of time.
Step 8: The paste needs to be scrubbed off.
Once the paste has set, do this.To get rid of the paste, use a nylon brush.
Step 9: The bathtub should be washed with water.
Make sure to rinse it thoroughly with a bucket or a shower head.Put a clean towel in your tub.
Step 10: It is possible to remove nail polish stains.
A cotton ball or a white cloth can be used to remove nail polish.Rub the stains individually until they are gone.To dry the areas, wipe them with a clean cloth and towel.Turpentine can be used to remove stains.Make sure the area is well-ventilated and don't use them near open flames or heat because they are highly flammable.
Step 11: A soft cloth is used to apply a marine-grade rubbing compound.
Paying special attention to dull spots and scratches, apply the compound to the sides of your tub in small sections.Don't focus on one area for too long.If you do, the compound may burn the fiberglass.You can buy the compound from your local hardware store or online.
Step 12: You can buff each section with a terry cloth.
After applying the compound, do this right.Rub the sections with the cloth to buff them.
Step 13: A soft cloth is used to apply the car wax.
The wax should be applied per the instructions on the bottle.Make sure the tub has small crevices for the wax to get inside.Wax can be applied to the bottom of your tub.The wax will make your tub slippery.If you use wax on the bottom of your tub, make sure to put a bathmat in the tub to avoid slipping.
Step 14: Rub the sections with a terry cloth.
The wax will be buff by this.The surface shines when all of the wax is removed.
Step 15: The tub needs to be washed with cold water.
You can use a bucket or a shower.The tub should be washed 2 to 3 times.You can dry it with a towel.Make sure to use cold water.You should polish your fiberglass tub twice a year.