bath's pure bronze finish contains no sealants, waxes, or oils, and
is completely natural. The golden hue and luxurious sheen has been
coaxed to the surface with an intense hand-polishing process during
the creation of your freestanding bronze tub. In the course of that process, your tub took
in an array of minerals that naturally sealed the surface, making it
resistant to water and locking in the custom shine.
bath will continue to look stunning with proper care and maintenance.
With just a little effort, your bath's gorgeous color and luster will
continue to beautify your room for years to come.
Your Bronze Bath
cleaning your bath once a week with soap and water. This protects against
harmful substances that will eventually make your finish change in
color. Using a soft cloth, clean the bathtub with regular soap, and
then rinse thoroughly with water. Refrain from using abrasive chemicals
or wipes, acid or ammonia-based cleansers, lime and rust removers or
vinegar. Using ordinary soap and water will protect the surface of
your bath from oxidization and will keep it looking bright and beautiful.
Your Bronze Bath
comes to polishing your bath, you have a couple of options. You may
choose not to polish your bronze tub. This will result in a natural
darkening of the bronze, which some bath owners desire to create a
rustic and earthy appearance. To obtain this naturally darker look,
clean the tub as directed above and simply wipe any excess water from
the tub after use.
you want to maintain the hand-polished luminous surface, we recommend
using a polishing agent that cleans and protects, such as Flitz
Metal Polish. After reading the label instructions, apply the polish
to the entire surface of the tub with a slightly damp soft cloth. Before
the polish dries on the tub, buff briskly with a dry soft cloth until
all the polish has been lifted from the tub and the surface shines.
After polishing, remember to thoroughly rinse the bathtub to remove
substances from the polish that may irritate the skin while bathing.
We recommend polishing your Bronze bath every 4 weeks to maximize the
brilliance of your tub's appearance.
for your Bronze Bath
miss a scheduled polish for your bath, or simply forget to clean your
tub, have no fear. Your bronze tub is strong and resilient, and polishing
can easily restore its original gleam and luster. Fingerprints, hard
water stains, rust and lime deposits, saltwater or freshwater corrosion,
tarnish, and oxidation can all be eliminated from the surface of your
bathtub with little effort. Corroded surfaces may be polished with
a synthetic scouring pad. If the problem is more advanced or has been progressing
for some time, it may be necessary to use a polishing machine to give
your bathtub a more powerful buffing treatment. This will restore your
bath's original finish, and can be done at any time during the life
of your tub.
follow the above steps, your bronze bath will continue to be a magnificent
and functional work of art in your home. Its appearance will remain
as breathtaking as it was the day you took it home.