FAQ SERIES 4: Kingston Brass Clawfoot Shower Tubs
Q: I see so many types of clawfoot tubs, which one is the best one to buy?
A: There really is no easy answer. It depends on how much space you have and what your personal preferences are. Please refer to our buying guide page by clicking HERE. We are confident that the information provided will give you enough information so that you can make an informed decision.
Q: I just bought an acrylic tub … what is the best way to maintain it?
A: Here are some do’s and don’ts to help prolong the sparkling finish of your acrylic tub.
• Don’t clean with any abrasive material such as brillo pad or hard sponge or brush. Since the surface is non-porous, there should not be a need for anything stronger.
• Don’t use any abrasive soaps or cleaning agents, such as Goof–Off, scrubbing bubbles, acetone or lacquer thinner or Windex.
• Do clean with any non-abrasive soap, or dish-washing detergent liquid soap.
• If necessary to remove a stain, you may use Fantastico or Formula 409.
• Do polish and protect your tub by applying a layer of Gel-Gloss. This will also remove fine scratches. If you have deeper scratches, they can be removed by giving it a light sanding with 600-grit sandpaper and then fine polish with Gel-Gloss.
Q: Should I get a faucet with a hand shower even if I have a separate shower stall?
A: Yes, a hand shower not only will help rinse off any bath foam or soap, but is also a handy tool for cleaning your tub.
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