Asked on Nov 10, 2019

How do I remove grime from a resurfaced tub?

Cynthia HJIM HICKSJoy30150932


How do I remove grime From a resurfaced tub? Instructions say not to use anything abrasive, bleach, or to soak for any length of time. Help!

4 answers
  • I'm wondering if a mixture of Dawn dish soap and vinegar would work. I use it 50/50 in a spray bottle.

    • Theresa Hurst
      Theresa Hurst
      on Nov 14, 2019

      I'd thought about vinager bit was a little afraid to try it without confirmation. Thanks.

  • Joy30150932
    on Nov 10, 2019

    Try a foam cleaner made especially for toilets and tubs and showers. They usually do a good job of keeping things clean without the roughnness which can remove the surface. I like the Lysol Bath foam and use it all the time with no damage.

    on Nov 10, 2019

    i don't know. consider dollar store liquid peroxcide in a

    soup bowl and paint it on with a soft brisseled brush.

    wait a bit then rinse with warm water. alternative could

    be adding some liquid dish soap to warm water and

    paint it on with the same brush. again, wait a bit and

    rinse with warm water. i understand resurfaced tubs

    are made to accept soapy water. the soaking caution is

    probably not leaving standing water in tub for days or

    even overnight.

  • Cynthia H
    Cynthia H
    on Nov 14, 2019

    I use a soapy microfiber cloth.

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