Tubs and showers made of fibreglass and plastic are easy to clean. However, white surfaces can dull over time from residue development caused by soap scum, dirt and hard water. To effectively clean the tubs and showers, you simply need to use a few simple cleaning ingredients that will remove all of the residue while also whitening the surface.
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Things you need
- Oxygen bleach
- Dish soap
- Nylon scouring pad
- Spray bottle
Fill a spray bottle with 1 cup oxygen bleach, 3 tbsp dish soap, and 2 cups water. The oxygen bleach will safely clean and brighten, while the dish soap will cut through soap scum and residue.
Spray this solution onto the entire surface of the shower, and let sit for 10 minutes.
Moisten a nylon scouring pad with hot water, and scrub the shower floor and walls. A nylon scouring pad will scrub away residue without scratching the surface of the plastic or fibreglass.
Repeat as needed until the area has been whitened to your satisfaction, then rinse the area with fresh water.
Tips and warnings
- Spray this solution onto the shower or tub after each use, when possible, to prevent residue from building on the surface.
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