Care and Maintenance

Care & Maintenance

Be assured that your product has been developed over the years and is a highly engineered quality product that is strong and durable to withstand whatever life throws at it.

With a Longevity Bathware product you get:

  • Strength, durability and toughness to withstand frequent use
  • Resistance to everyday wear and tear, stains, and superficial scratches
  • Resistance to UV, and many household chemicals
  • Qualities that make light work of cleaning and maintenance
  • Beautiful warm, smooth surfaces that feel comfortable against the skin

It’s easy to take care of your Longevity Acrylics bathware product by following these simple steps:

For normal care and cleaning use a soft cloth using our Longevity Acrylics - Acrylic Bathtub & Shower Clean & Shine.

  • It will gently clean all acrylic surfaces without scratching
  • Leaves a lustrous shine that resists fogging, repels dust, and eliminates static
  • Resist finger marking
  • Contains no abrasive or harsh chemicals
  • Leaves a clean smooth, greaseless shine

If using a household cleaner, make sure it is recommended for use on acrylic by the manufacturer. Be sure to read the label and follow the cleanser’s recommendations. Never use abrasive cleaners.

Do not allow your Longevity bathware surface to come into contact with products such as ketones or esters such as acetone or ethyl acetate (nail polish remover), Wintergreen oil (methyl salicylate), nail polish, dry cleaning solution or other chlorinated organic solvents, lacquer thinners, gasoline, aromatic solvents, pine oil, etc.

Remove dust and dry dirt with a soft, damp cloth. Clean grease, oil, paint and ink stains with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol. Dry with a clean, soft cloth.

Avoid using razor blades or other sharp instruments that might scratch the surface. Small scratches can be removed by applying a thin coat of automotive paste wax and buff lightly with a clean cloth.

If you use a rubber or plastic anti-skid mat, make sure to remove it after every shower to avoid harming the surface finish.