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Acrylic System Cleaning & Maintenance

Manufactured from the finest, high-gloss, and impact resistant acrylic, your bath or shower system will not require heavy scrubbing. With proper care and maintenance, you will enjoy your new easy to clean bath or shower system for a lifetime!

General Cleaning Instructions & Approved Cleaners

For normal cleaning of acrylic systems use a mild non-abrasive soap and water mixture with a soft sponge or wash cloth.

***Please Note: These cleaning instructions are for current installations only. If your bath or shower installation was not performed recently please contact our offices at 1-800-942-TUBS for your specific recommended cleaning products.

  • Ivory Dishwashing Liquid & Water
  • Formula 409
  • Zep Shower & Tile
  • Scrub Free w/Oxy Lemon Scent
  • Bathroom Duck
  • Greenworks Natural All Purpose Cleaner

Only use the approved cleaners above to clean your system. The use of unapproved cleaners and or chemicals may permanently damage your system, sealants and void your product warranty. Unfortunately, All Bath Concepts is not responsible for damage caused by chemical reaction.

All Bath Concepts has not tested the cleaning effectiveness of these products. This may vary depending on the type and amount of soil, water hardness, type of bath soaps used, etc. Should you choose to use a product not listed, test on a small area in the corner of the skirt before applying to entire system.  Important: When dilution is required, follow manufacturer instructions on label. Always be sure to rinse thoroughly after cleaning. Review instructions on all cleaners before applying to your bath system. Dust and dirt may be removed with a soft damp cloth.

Light Scratches / Abrasions

Light scratches can be removed and the original gloss fully restored using: Micro-Gloss, Mirror Glaze, J-Wax Turtlewax, or Kit Wax products. Do not apply wax or gloss products to the bottom of bathtubs or shower bases.

Cleaning the Slip Resistant Bottom

As needed, scrub gently with a soft nylon brush using approved cleaners. *Do not use abrasive brushes, products or pads such as ScotchBrite®.

Unapproved Household Cleaners

Do not use the following products-Windex, Original Clean Shower, Clean Shower for Plastic Showers & Glass, Soft Scrub, Dow disinfectant cleaner, Scrub Free, Lysol disinfectant cleaner, Acetone, Lestoil, Ammonia, Nail polish remover, Aerosol cleaners, or Scouring pads. Do not expose your system to harsh chemicals such as spray-and-leave products, hair dyes, acetone (nail polish remover), nail polish, dry cleaning solution, paint removers and thinners, lime removers, drain or toilet bowl cleaners, gasoline, pine oil or strong detergents formulated for use on tile or porcelain enamel surfaces. The use of abrasive cleaners, unapproved chemicals, or scouring pads will cause discoloration and/or chemical crazing/cracking of the acrylic and sealants. Abrasive cleaners dull the gloss over a period of years. In extreme cases where the recommended cleaners do not work, use a Chore Boy or 3M Sponge pad. Make sure you only use the ones recommended for Teflon Surfaces or non-stick surfaces.

Drain Cleaning Warning

The use of Drano or other harsh chemical drain cleaners is NOT recommended. The use of drain cleaners may permanently damage or discolor your acrylic bath system and void your warranty. The preferred method for cleaning is to remove the drain and use a plumber’s snake.  If chemical drain cleaners must be used, liquid drain cleaners are recommended over powders and/or crystal. When using liquid drain cleaning agents bail the standing water out of the bathtub and remove the drain plug. Use a funnel to prevent spills and apply the chemicals directly down the drain. Always make certain that chemicals do not come in contact with the acrylic surface. Use drain cleaners sparingly, so that they do not boil out and damage the acrylic surface.