So you’ve got a dirty bathtub. Learn how to clean a fiberglass tub so that it is clear of stains. Bathroom cleaning can be dirty business, but you can do it yourself and make your bath or shower look great again!
Keep in mind what we are talking about today is cleaning a fiberglass bathtub, not porcelain. One big tip is to not use abrasive cleaners that can scratch the smooth finish. I can remember growing up and never having to, (or wanting to), worry about these types of chores.
But now with a family, it is important to me that the household stay clean and fresh.
I would venture to guess that your situation may be similar.
So, you have a fiberglass tub in the bathroom and it is starting to have more stains than you are comfortable with ignoring any longer. What do you do?
How to Clean a Fiberglass Tub
Watch this brief video to get the steps needed to do the job right, the first time without scratching or harming the finish on your tub. The narrator lays out simple to follow steps and the necessary things to do. Some of what you will learn include:
- Get the right type of cleanser
- Optional cleaner of vinegar and water
- Very mild sponge
- Rinse with clean water
- Buff dry or let drip dry
Cleaning in Action:
Spray the non-abrasive cleanser around the perimeter of the tub or shower. Then use a very mild sponge and work the sponge in circular motions around the surface to coat and clean the area. Once you have covered the entire surface area with the non-abrasive cleanser, then you will need to use clean water to rinse off the cleaner. For tougher stains you could reapply the cleanser and let soak for a few minutes and then rinse.
Keep rinsing until all of the soap is gone. Additionally, you can buff dry with a clean towel or just let it sit and air dry.
You can certainly do this yourself, in your bathroom. Keep it clean all of the time.
So, today you have learned how to clean a fiberglass tub. Now you can take these steps and make your bathtub and shower look nice and sparkling. Feel good about your bathroom again.