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Unread 05-27-2006, 07:09 AM   #1
Dinahpinah
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cleaning epoxy grout

Well, the bathroom is finished and it's a beautiful thing. Still trying to get pictures to post. I want to keep it beautiful, though. The shower has white subway tile walls and a glass mosaic floor -- all grouted with Spectralok Pro epoxy grout (white). The bench seat and curb are topped with Corian. Really came out well. What is the best way to clean soap scum off the shower walls and floors? I don't want to use anything that will damage the grout or tile. I have been drying the shower after each use (we have very hard water and will get spots otherwise). And buffing the soap scum off the tiles, but I'm sure the soap scum is building up on the epoxy grout. Any ideas? Thanks, Dinah
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Unread 05-27-2006, 07:25 AM   #2
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They recommend a neutral ph cleaner and water..using a squegee after showering will help a lot.
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