The acrylic sheet is a neutral material, oderless, thermo resistant, having excellent shine caracteristics and low thermal conductivity. These advantages make it absolutely ideal for the sanitary sector and in accordance with the European standard EN198.
Caution: do not use heat, or solvent based cleaning fluids. Note: Warranty/User Maintenance Label must be left for occupant.

1. To prevent staining and/or blistering: Remove all construction debris before filling product for plumbing inspection. Drain and wipe clean immediately after the inspection process. Use sponge with warm water and liquid detergent. Do not use abrasive cleaners, such as scouring powders or pads, steel wool, scrapers, sandpapers or anything else that may scratch, mar or dull the finish. Paints may be removed with turpentine, rubbing alcohol or paint thinner (not lacquer thinner).

2. Plaster may be removed by scraping with the edge of a piece of wood or rigid plastic. Do not use a metal scraper or utensil to remove plaster or paint from finish.

3. Dulled areas can be restored to a high gloss with white or cream-colored automotive rubbing compound, followed by application of a coat of good quality white automotive polish (or similar) and buff with a soft cloth.

4. Remove minor scratches with 600 grit wet/dry sandpaper.

5. Major gouges require professional repair.

Light scratches on a glossy surface can be removed with special cleaners form the acrylic bathtub manufacturer, or by using commercial metal polish paste.
Deep scratches and burn marks on a glossy and matt surfaces should be removed with fine sandpaper (No.500) or with a metal polish made from fine steel wool. Glossy surfaces should be treated afterwards with a special cleaner or a commercial metal polish paste.