- Solid Surface Bathtub
- Bathroom Vanity Cabinet
- Undermounted Sink
- Shower Trays
- Solid Surface Bathroom Countertop
- Solid Surface Worktop
- Solid Surface Stool
- Solid Surface Basin
How is the bathtub dust-proof? Tips for cleaning and maintaining bathtubs of different materials
With the decrease in the price of bathtubs and the increase in the per capita living area, the popularity of bathtubs is rising rapidly. However, many people only know how to enjoy the fun of bathing, but do not have the awareness of cleaning and maintaining the bathtub. In fact, regular cleaning and maintenance of the bathtub can maintain its bright luster and prolong its service life.
Bathtubs can be divided into cast iron bathtubs, acrylic bathtubs and wooden bathtubs according to different materials. Different types of bathtubs have different materials. Therefore, different cleaning and maintenance methods are required. Many people think that cleaning the bathtub is time-consuming and laborious. In fact, as long as you choose the right method, you can get twice the result with half the effort.
Cast iron bathtub
The cast iron bathtub is made by first outlines the shape of the bathtub with cast iron, and then sprays high-temperature treated glaze on the surface of the cast iron. The ultra-thin enamel coated on the surface of the cast iron material can protect the cast iron in all directions, and play a role in preventing oxidation, rust and corrosion. And because cast iron and glaze are both extremely durable materials, it is not a problem to use cast iron bathtubs for 50 years.
The surface of the cast iron bathtub is treated with high temperature glaze, so it has the advantages of smooth and flat, acid and alkali resistance and chemical resistance, and easy to clean. Moreover, the general cast iron bathtub does not have a massage system, and the simple structure prevents the details from hiding dirt.
The cast iron bathtub should be thoroughly rinsed with clean water after each use, and wiped dry with a soft cloth. If you encounter stubborn stains, you can use a small amount of abrasive cleaner to clean it, and use a soft nylon brush to clean the bottom non-slip surface. Do not use steel wire balls, steel wire brushes or abrasive sponges to scrub.
Acrylic is a special plastic material, which can be made into various shapes at will, but the disadvantages are also obvious, that is, it is not durable, easy to scratch, easy to aging and discoloration Therefore, special attention is needed in daily cleaning and maintenance.
To clean the acrylic bathtub, use sponge or flannel, don't use coarse cloth, scouring pad, and don't use any cleaning agent containing granular objects. It is best to avoid direct sunlight. You can use mild cleaning agents, do not use abrasive cleaning agents, and you can also use glass water to clean the acrylic bathtub.
The appearance of wooden bathtub can be traced back to ancient times. At that time, dignitaries like to soak in wooden bathtub for beauty and relaxation. After the wooden bathtub is used, the sewage should be drained as much as possible to prevent the wood from absorbing sewage and accelerating aging or producing mildew.
When the wooden bathtub leaves the factory, it will be coated with a layer of tung oil. Therefore, in the first few days of purchase, you must keep the bathroom ventilated and open the windows regularly to avoid the pungent smell in the home . The wooden bathtub** will see water in the first test. Soak the wooden bathtub with water for more than 12 hours to fully soak the wooden bathtub so that the wooden bathtub will no longer seep. If there are still problems, you should contact the manufacturer in time.
Because the wood itself expands and contracts with heat, it should not be exposed to direct sunlight or cold wind. If it is not used for more than two months, the wooden bathtub can be soaked and sealed with a large plastic bag to prevent the air from taking away its moisture. When not in use, it is best to put a little water to absorb water and keep the wood saturated and moist, but not too much water, because the bathroom itself has a certain amount of humidity.
Regardless of the bathtub material, if we want to maintain the gloss of the bathtub and prolong its service life, we need to clean and maintain the bathtub. The maintenance cycle is once a week** as appropriate. Although different materials have different cleaning and maintenance methods, the same thing is that strong acids, strong alkaline substances and hard objects cannot be used to clean the surface of the bathtub. Choosing the right cleaning agent can get twice the result with half the effort.