Case Study: Keep a bath as good as new

 20 Year Old Bath – As Good As New

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This cast iron enamelled bath is over 20 years old and still looks as good as new, yet it is in a ‘hard water’ area of the country. It has been cleaned regularly with approved products and, most importantly, it is dried off each time it is used – just as we recommend in our Vitreous Enamel Care tips. This is key to stopping the build up of water-hardness formed deposits which are often called ‘limescale’.

More normally they are a combination of the soap or soap-based products used in the bath, with the water hardness. If the bath is not wiped out each time it is used, a deposit will build up which may become very difficult to remove. If a bath is wiped dry, cleaning it with approved cleaning products is required much less frequently and is much easier – and costs less!

 

This way, your bath will still look as good as new in years to come
 Image: 20-year old bath is as good as new
 20-year old bath is as good as new …
most importantly, it is dried off each time it is used