Tip for cleaning bathtub

To remove stains:
Take Cascade (or some other powder dishwashing stuff), and add a little water to mix it into a paste. Then apply that to your bathtub. Let sit 5-10 minutes. Rinse. The phosphates in the powder will try to dissolve the stains. I bet this works better than Tilex.
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This would be for an enamelled metal tub? Not sure I'd want to try that on our acrylic/f.glass tub-shower enclosure? For it I find that a degreaser called 'Spray Nine' works quite well but any other suggestions for 'non scouring' (not gritty) cleaners welcomed. BTW I also have to clean a very dirty 26 foot fibreglass sail boat that's been standing outside under trees for some 12 years and has built up a dirty greyish film. TIA. Terry
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This company ( http://www.limeosol.com ) has the ONLY product that I have found to be effective for cleaning a fiberglass tub.
It is also VERY affordable.
Hope this helps.
Lewis.
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"Shower Patrol" from Home Depot.This was the best product when dealing with fiberglass units.
"Zud" from most hardware stores.This is tops for dealing with castiron tubs and sinks.
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