- For regular cleaning use a mild detergent. We recommend that you use a non abrasive bathroom or kitchen household cleaner for your everyday cleaning as constantly using abrasives may cause the disappearance of the satin look over a long period of time.
- For tougher stains use a cleaner like JIF (only for matt surfaces) , for gloss you need to clean your bath with an abrasive cleaner, polishing with a car polish or gumption will restore the luster in your bath.
- Always use a clean, soft cloth
- Rinse completely after washing and dry with a soft cloth; change your rinse water frequently
- Don't use an excessive amount of detergent or soap as it may cause streaks
- Do not use products which contain lemon juice, vinegar or other acids which may be contained in conventional bathroom cleaners or grout removers
- If using dyes such as hair dye, immediately and very thoroughly rinse the bath so that NO trace is visible
- When not in use dust with a non-treated dry duster
Repairing a Scratch
If any scratches occur, these can be removed by rubbing with a 1500+ grit waterproof abrasive paper and water.
Repolish the surface afterwards using a neutral automotive colour restorer or household metal polish. Deeper scratches may require a more abrasive paper to be used initially. If this is case, work your way up to 1500 grit gradually and re polish. For best results limit sanding to the smallest possible area around the scratch.
It may be possible to polish very fine scratches away, without using abrasive papers, by scrubbing gently with a soft brush or plastic pad (do not use metal scouring pad) and a mildly abrasive cream cleanser. Afterwards scrub the whole area with plenty of clean water and re polish as before.