When it comes to cleaning a reglazed bathtub, it’s important to use non-abrasive cleaners that won’t scratch or damage the surface. Here are some safe options:
- Mild dish soap cleaners: A gentle dish soap diluted in warm water is a safe and effective way to clean a reglazed bathtub. Please read the the instructions and chemicals added to a specific cleaner. You can use the following brand products:
- Mr. Clean
- Bon ami
- Simple Green
- Foam cleaner scrubbing bubbles
- White vinegar: White vinegar is a natural cleaner that can help dissolve soap scum and hard water deposits on the bathtub’s surface. Mix equal parts vinegar and water, apply the solution to the bathtub, let it sit for a few minutes, then rinse with water. Please be aware, vinegar can yellowish your glaze. Do not use high concentrated vinegar.
- Baking soda: Baking soda is a mild abrasive that can help remove stubborn stains on a reglazed bathtub. Make a paste by mixing baking soda with water, apply it to the stains, let it sit for a few minutes, then rinse with water.
- Non-abrasive bathroom cleaners: There are many non-abrasive bathroom cleaners available that are safe for use on reglazed bathtubs. Look for products that are labeled as safe for use on acrylic, fiberglass, or porcelain surfaces.
Remember to avoid using harsh cleaners, such as bleach, ammonia, (Ajax, Comet, etc) or any abrasive powders, which can damage the reglazed surface of the bathtub. Additionally, avoid using scrub brushes or other abrasive tools that could scratch the surface.