You know the problem: paint marks, adhesive residue, lime scale, metal abrasions and tough stains on bath and shower basins, ceramic sanitary fixtures, sinks, tiles and floors
Often, normal cleaning products fail to remove these residues or cause damage and discolouration to the material
Bath Rubber helps you to eliminate these problems. Bath Rubber's composition enables you to thoroughly remove deposits without scratching. Usable on enamel, ceramic and chrome surfaces.
Removes mould and dirt from grout
Removes scuff marks from tiles
Removes scuff marks from baths
Removes stubborn water marks from baths
for ceramic and enamel surfaces.
Email-Star Ceramic, Porcelain, Enamel and Chrome Polish
Features and Benefits:
Kitchen & Bath Touch-Up Alpine White
So What Does A Touch Up Kit Do?
|Manufacturer Part Number||CRMCBNDL04|
£29.98 (Inc. VAT)
RRP £39.97 Save 24%
I came across this product some years ago and have used it ever since. Great for removing stubborn stains on enamel baths.
Good for purpose. Does what it says.
Worked a treat, got read of tile adhesive in minutes
I purchased this product to use on my basin which had a rust stain on it. The bath rubber got rid of the rust stain with about 30 seconds of gentle rubbing. I have tried all sorts of cleaners and nothing made any difference to the stain. This product has sorted it, no problem.
Its amazing. I don't know how it does it, but I'm extremely impressed with the bath rubber. I am looking forward to using it all over my bathroom!
This product is designed for a small repair, mine was approximately 5mm long by 3mm wide and 1mm deep. It provides an economic solution to retain an existing ceramic sink, especially when a replacement is not available. Requires full drying prior to application, I left it unused for two weeks, I used a hairdryer throughout to speed up the drying process after each minimal application per coat polished off with a pad of toilet tissue to remove any spill on to the surrounding ceramic surface. Total applications were 3 coats [and polish off] a day for a week. leave for a week to fully harden. Has been used for two weeks now with hot water with no apparent degradation
after having a new bath installed we had noticed a small chip on it and did not want the cost/hastle of removing it again so tried this touch up stick. you need to apply a thin layer and re- apply until the layers build up over a few days [allowing to dry in between] .It has hidden the chip really well and am pleased with the result
dropped tile in plastic bath, took about 2mm of bath, at bottom of bath, which was brand new. used the product which put the 2mm back, cant even tell,
I had made some scratches on a sink and bath when cleaning metal tools. The scratches would not come off with any normal cleaning methods. This lifted them straight off with a small application of elbow grease. Hardly any of the product was used in the process so I am expecting this to last a long time.
Only used to get a stain off a toilet pan. It worked so if it does tiles and baths then it is very good product