Cleaning Fiberglass Shower Stalls?

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When cleaning fiberglass shower stalls, the first thing to remember is to never use an abrasive cleaner. Sponges are one of the most effective tools to use to remove soap scum. It is best to use a circular cleaning motion to clean the fiberglass shower stall.
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1. Spray the surface with an all-purpose cleaner such as Lysol's All-Purpose Cleaner with Bleach. It is designed to remove the soap scum with little to no scrubbing. 2. Allow the
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I love the Mr. Clean magic erasers. They seem to clean anything and everything I use them for. They have certain ones just for the bathroom. Try them and I think your problem will
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There are all kinds of fiberglass cleaners on the market. If you can't find one in a department store try a hardware store. After you clean it, applying glasswax to the surface will
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Fiberglass shower stalls are available for purchase at most home improvement stores. Home Depot and Lowe's should both have these shower stalls in stock.
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How to Clean a Fiberglass Shower Stall
A fiberglass shower stall when it is new is a breeze to clean. It is shiny with a perfectly smooth surface and almost no soap residue sticks to it. However, after a few months, you will notice that water residue and soap scum is causing a dull haze on... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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