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Cleaning tips for your new purchase:

Never use harsh chemicals to clean your purchase - always use a mild

-For Chrome, Satin Nickel, and Polished Brass Finishes-

    * Do NOT use an abrasive cleaner or cleaners that contain ammonia, bleach, or other chemicals that will damage these finishes!!

    * Clean with mild soap and warm water. Rinse and thoroughly dry.

    * Use spray car wax periodically after cleaning to avoid water spots and soap buildup on the product's finish.

-For Clawfoot Tubs-

    * Thoroughly rinse and use a soft cloth to dry after each use.

    * Do NOT use an abrasive cleaner on acrylic tubs!! For porcelain tubs a soft pumice stone and KRC-7 cleaner is the only abrasive that we recommend considering. (See our Cleaning care page)

    * Be sure to use only mild detergents (such as dishwashing soap) and to test the cleaner on a small spot before using on the entire tub. Do not allow the cleaner to soak on the tub surface - rinse and immediately wipe with a soft damp cloth or sponge. Make sure to always follow the instructions and read the warning labels of the product you use.

-For Tough Stains on Porcelain Clawfoot Tubs, Sinks Or Toilets

    * Use of a pumice stone is highly recommended. Only use soft pumice stones, not the type purchased for rubbing on feet...these pumice stones are coated. NEVER use a pumice stone on an acrylic tub or faucets.

    * First wet the pumice stone - when wet the stone will not scratch the surface of your porcelain tub.

    * Before use on entire tub test on a small inconspicuous area.

    * Rub the wet stone back and forth over the stain, like an eraser. The soft pumice will work into a thick sort of paste that will help you to clean.

    * Be sure to keep the stone wet.

    * After scrubbing and removing stain, rise the tub to clean off pumice residue.

    * To clean the stone, rinse it under the faucet. If after using the stain did not come out you might try a little KRC-7 with the pumice stone. Here again test on a small inconspicuous area