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Old 01-21-2014, 01:57 PM   #1
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Shower Pan Cleaning

We have a 2010 Bounder 35H and am looking for suggestions in what to use to clean the shower pan floor. We use a oval pad to stand on and you can see a dirty smudge ring that outlines where the oval pad is placed. We keep washing in down at the ring is still there. Any thoughts?
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We have a 2010 Bounder 35H and am looking for suggestions in what to use to clean the shower pan floor. We use a oval pad to stand on and you can see a dirty smudge ring that outlines where the oval pad is placed. We keep washing in down at the ring is still there. Any thoughts?
I use Gel-Gloss Cleaner and Wax. The shower pan and walls still look like new!
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DW uses baking soda and lemon juice mixed to a paste consistency.
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Old 01-21-2014, 03:31 PM   #4
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Thanks. I'll try these.
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I use kaboom or crazy cleaner still looks new.
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Had a rust stain in a fiberglass utility sink and tried everything to get it out.. No cleaner I could find ever touched it. I hit it with 1200 grit wet/dry sandpaper and now it's as good as new. Still has the shine and no marks from the sanding. We also have a white corian sink in the kitchen that gets yellow over time. The 1200 grit sandpaper brings it back snow white. Don't try anything less than 1000 grit or you will see scratches or it can dull the finish. Oh, and be sure to use the sandpaper wet and keep flushing the area. If you are not comfortable sanding it, do a little and check the finish before you get carried way. But, I think you will be happy with the results.

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If its fiberglass try Bleach-White,its for whitewalls on tires but works great on lots of other things. Or Try Softscrub with Lemon.
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No floor pad, no ring? Floor is not that slippery...
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