How to clean a white fiberglass bathtub that's dingy looking?

Ive tried Softscrub, BarKeepers Friend, ammonia, etc and it still looks dingy, no specific staining, just dingy.

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  • Landsharkinnc Landsharkinnc on Jan 18, 2018
    the age of the tub may have something to do with it's being discolored..
  • Usha Usha on Jan 18, 2018
    LA'S Totally Awusome ...from dollar store I have fiberglass bottom in my shower and I looked and tried and asked around and also asked pro cleaners etc
    i am happy to say this worked like a magic they said at the dollar store it is very popular
  • Stager1 Stager1 on Jan 19, 2018
    If it is clean but you want the shine back, use car wax. It will shine and repel water, bottom of tub may be slippery, always use a bath mat.
  • Linda Linda on Jan 19, 2018
    Soft Scrub or Barkeeper's Friend are perfect to use but you might also want to use Lime A Way in order to get rid of "scale" if your water is "hard." Scale will cause fiberglass to look dingy. There is a product called "Gel Gloss" that you can buy in most home improvement stores and it's the same idea as using car wax, but less smelly. And as the other poster mentioned, cleaning and waxing will make it slippery - use a rubber bath mat for tub bottom.
  • Sherry Keith Sherry Keith on Jan 19, 2018
    try Magic Eraser, has worked for me.
  • William William on Jan 20, 2018
    Easy Off Oven Cleaner in the BLUE can. Spray it on and let it liquefy. Rinse well. May need some scrubbing. Wear rubber gloves. Works on enamel, procelain, and fiberglass
  • Sharon Sharon on Jan 20, 2018
    Last resort is to use Easy Off Fume Free Oven Cleaner in the blue can. Spray on, let sit, then rinse off with a brush to get into the scratches that tend to hold grime and soap film. Once clean, use auto body wax (carnuba) on a soft rag, let dry, buff with a car buffer, a buffer attachment for your drill, or just a soft cloth. Careful it can be slippery afterwards.
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