Kind of like a sponge mop, it has a thick, square sponge at the end of an extended handle. It easily reaches the whole tub and conforms to the rounded corners. It's easy to rinse out as you simply stick it under the faucet and squeeze it several times until clean. If you don't have one of those tools, you will have to use a larger household sponge, bend over and do it the old fashioned way. After going over the surface completely, rinse thoroughly and check for stubborn areas.
Thereafter, adding a little of the degreasing detergent to the bath water when you are done and agitating the water as it drains, helps keep the "ring around the tub" from forming. Be sure to rinse your tub with clean water to remove soap and avoid streaking.
If you want a new look for your bathroom, but don’t want to spend thousands of dollars remodeling, then refinishing is your best value. With our refinishing, you only pay a small fraction of the cost of replacement.