Nothing feels better than starting off your day with a refreshing shower. Daily care and weekly cleaning of your shower will help prevent soap scum and mineral deposits, and discourage the growth of mildew. Keep reading for the best ways to keep your shower clean and sanitary.

Simple Solution

Use these tips from Better Homes and Gardens to keep your acrylic shower clean. Gently wipe the acrylic surface using a damp clean cloth. Wash with warm water and a mild liquid dishwashing detergent or granular cleaner mixed with water. Use a soft cloth or a clean sponge, as acrylic scratches easily. Rinse the surface with a damp clean cloth, then dry it with a clean soft cloth.

You may also want to use a gel cleaner made especially for acrylic and fiberglass products. Use a clean dry cloth to apply it to a dry surround, then rub into the surface and let it dry until it turns hazy. Buff off the haze to get a brilliant shine.


Best Solution

The best solution to keeping your acrylic shower clean is to purchase one with built-in antimicrobial protection. This protective technology works continuously to create an inhospitable environment, helping prevent the growth of stain causing microbes, mold and mildew. Antimicrobial technology is durable, effective and since it is built in during manufacturing, it will not wash off or wear away, lasting the lifetime of the product.

Microban® Protection


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