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- For general purpose cleaning, any non-abrasive liquid cleaner off the shelf may be used. Be sure to read the label and follow the cleanser’s recommendations. Do not use harsh abrasives as they will harm and dull the finish of your unit. Instead, use warm water and liquid detergents, especially those bathroom cleaners recommended for cleaning fiberglass, such as Top Job All-Purpose, Mr. Clean All-Purpose, Boraxo Bathroom, Lysol Bathroom, chlorine bleach, Easy-Off Mildew Stain Remover, X-14 Mildew Stain Remover or Liquid Spic & Span and the like.
- For only the most stubborn stains on your anti-skid floor, a paste should be made of a cleanser such as Comet, Spic-N-Span, etc., and spread out onto the floor. Allow the paste to sit for 5-10 minutes and then gently scrub with a soft-bristled brush. To prevent scratches, the brush should be no rougher than the texture of a toothbrush.
- For hard water stains, calcium deposits, lime scale or difficult soap after repeated attempts with the above suggestions, you may try Lime-Away or white vinegar for removal of calcium or lime deposits. For soap scum, general black grime or algae, household bleach may be used with moderate scrubbing. In both instances the unit should be rinsed carefully with cold water. Scrubbing is never recommended as it could damage the finish on your floor. Always rinse off all remaining paste.
- If you use a rubber or plastic anti-skid mat, make sure to remove it after every shower to avoid harming the surface finish.