Some DIY bathtub refinish kits paint a new surface on your tub. At Bath Crest of Colorado we do more than just paint your tub. Our Glazecote tough resurfacing requires our professionals for the project, giving you a tub that looks like new. Your tough new refinished bathtub surface allows you to care for your tub in the same way you would care for any new bathtub.
Use a mild cleaner - Do not use harsh, abrasive (generally powder) cleaners.
Clean your bathtub weekly with a mild liquid soap. Mild dish soap is surprisingly effective. If you keep up with your weekly cleaning, a mild liquid soap is often all you need.
Dry your tub dry - Wiping your new or refinished bathtub dry after use will make cleaning easier and keep mold/mildew away.
Refrain from keeping wet items (towels etc.) on your bathtub surface for excessive periods of time.
Ask us about our permanent slip-resistant tub bottom. This eliminates the need for a bath mat and consequently, the cleaning of a bath mat. Bath mats can trap water causing mold or damage to your tub. If you do use a bath mat, use caution to make sure water is not trapped after tub use.