It can be difficult to decide whether to install a tiled shower or a pre-fabricated fiberglass or acrylic shower. Significant time and money are at stake. On top of it all, this is very much a one-way choice; it is not easy to reverse a shower installation if, later on, you think you want something else. The core of any good shower installation is a solid, waterproof shower floor, formally known as a shower pan.
How to Repair a Fiberglass Shower Pan in an Existing Shower
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Show less Stepping into a dirty shower can make it hard to feel clean. While it may seem like your fiberglass is ruined forever, cleaning your shower is actually a simple process. All you need to restore the shine to your fiberglass shower are a few common household products and time for them to work. To clean a fiberglass shower, start by rinsing away any loose dirt and debris to ensure that the cleaning solution will work directly on the stuck-on grime. Let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes, then scrub the surfaces with a sponge or soft-bristled brush.
Fiberglass Shower Pans
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Show less Fiberglass has a pleasant shine that makes it an attractive building material. However, it is also easily scratched or discolored by abrasive cleaning supplies. Thus, keeping your fiberglass pan luxurious requires careful cleaning and maintenance. To keep a fiberglass shower floor clean, start by applying cleaning solution like vinegar or bathroom cleaner to a damp sponge.