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Bathroom Refinishing Tip Of The Day - How To Care For A Refinished Bathtub

Bathtub Refinishing: Caring For Your Refinished Tub Due to the non-porous surface of the finish, there is no need to use abrasive cleansers on refinished bathtubs. Any household liquid detergent will give excellent results. To remove mineral stains, use a mild acid solution such as a liquid bowl cleaner. All organic coatings must cure. They start to cure at the time of application and must cure for a total of approximately 30 days. Top Ten List of Rules For Your Refinished Bathtub: 1. DO NOT use the surface for the specified number of days or hours indicated by the refinisher who completed the job. 2. DO NOT lay soap or bottles or any objects on the finish at any time! 3. DO NOT let a leaky faucet go unrepaired. 4. DO NOT use abrasive cleansers. No S-O-S Pads. No Comet. No Soft Scrub. 5. DO NOT use loose bath mats with suctions underneath. 6. DO NOT pick surface dust off with your finger. Any surface dust will dissipate in 3-4 weeks with normal cleaning and usage. 7. T