Cleaning fiberglass tub surrounds
When house cleaning, cleaning fiberglass tub surrounds can be less strenuous if you use the right cleaning products. These cleaning products are a bottle of Scrub-free and a small sponge with a scouring pad side.
House cleaning should be done every two weeks. This includes cleaning fiberglass tub surrounds should be done every two weeks. Otherwise, if you let them go longer, it will take more cleaner and more elbow grease to remove the stubborn soap scum.
Before you can begin cleaning the tub surround, first remove all soap and shampoo products including razors. Secondly, take a short strip of toilet paper. The toilet paper will work just like a Swiffer sheet to pick up all the hair in the tub surround.
Next, spray the tub surround with the bottle of Scrub-free. Begin at the top of the tub surround then work your way around down to the bottom of it. Wait several minutes. This is important to allow the Scrub-free to do its job, which is to break down the gritty soap scum. If your tub surround has not been cleaned in two weeks, it may take a few passes and an entire bottle of Scrub-free to get the job done.
After you have waited several minutes, turn on the warm water from the tub to saturate the sponge. With the scouring pad side of the sponge begin scrubbing the tub surround. When an area of the surround feels smooth not gritty the area is clean.
Once the tub surround is completely cleaned, use the shower hose to rinse the tub surround from scummy and gritty to shiny and smooth. That is how cleaning fiberglass tub surrounds is done. If you clean your tub surround on a regular basis every two weeks with regular house cleaning, you will probably only have to spray and scrub it once with Scrub-free.