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  • Amy Hope

    i like how this shower looks! How to Clean Fiberglass Shower Stall - Ask Anna. Spray with white vinegar wait for ten minutes and then wipe down with baking soda on sponge.

  • Jo-Ann Barrette Clougherty

    overall good ideas many topics

  • Michele Calladine

    How to clean fiberglass showers, jaq. tubs, kitchen appliances

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Cleaning a fiberglass shower stall...NAILED IT! This solution worked AWESOME and my shower and tub have never been this white before. Also my chrome faucet is super shiny... very excited about this tip!

  • Tamie Day

    This link goes to a page about cleaning fireplace stone...

  • Michele Izzo

    The tutorial is on that webpage. You may have to do a search for it. Basically it's vinegar and baking soda and it works amazingly well.

  • Michele Izzo

    OK, should be fixed now!!

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  • Mary Moran

    I like to put my damp sponge in the microwave for a minute.

How to Clean a Yellowing Fiberglass Tub Fiberglass bathtubs may start to turn a yellowish color as a result of soap scum or hard water. These stains can be very difficult to remove. However, a mixture of cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide will easily remove any stain and restore the tub to its original white color. ** I'm going to try this on my ugly yellowed tub and then submit the results. ** Results - The tub is not white but looks a little bit better.

  • Annie Kay

    hydrogen peroxide mix equal amount with water; mix equal amount resulting liquid with cream of tartar; let sit until dry; rinse.....yellow tub stains gone?

  • Candice Alderman

    Is it that simple? Does it really work easily?

  • Annie Kay

    Made sense that it would, but scrubbing is inevitable. I ended up using a Magic Eraser since there was no shine left on the tub anyway.

  • Candice Alderman

    Thanks Annie. I'm going to try my two tubs tomorrow. It can be so embarrassing, especially for the guest bathroom.

  • Cathy Marxer

    Heck I poured bleach in mine. HA!

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  • Paula Keigher

    I am going to give this a try. I hate my shower doors because I can never get them clean. The only time they look half decent is when they are wet, lol.

Cleaning my house is no fun. But I am loving these tips to make it FEEL clean.. totally agree with #2. Going to start doing this today.

Borax + damp sponge + elbow grease = clean fiberglass tub/shower. Very simple, and it really works!

  • Tamie Day

    This didn't work for me. Well, it sort of did but it would have taken 8 hours to clean my tub. Mine is older though, maybe that makes a difference...

  • Crystal Trupia

    Thanks for posting this! I tried it and my 20-year-old tub looks brand new.

  • Grout Repair Products

    i bet the Borax and cordless drill with grout cleaning brush would do the trick!

  • Lisa Thompson

    Well darn, this didn't work for mine unfortunately. :(