I like it more than the tile I have now. You just don't want to use the
wrong cleanser on it and scratch it all up. There used to be a great
cleaner called Duck but SC Johnson took it off the market because it wasn't
selling well. But I would always go with fiberglass. Make sure it seems
installed correctly with a firm base.
Go for it. Fiberglass won't chip like enamel surfaces. The gelcoat
can be scratched, but it takes some effort so it's still pretty
durable. If the tub is a one-piece tub/shower surround, that means no
seams to worry about (cleaning and recaulking).
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