Solid phenolic is somewhat similar in maintenance to high pressure laminate; this is due to the customizable melamine face. The bonded phenolic core gives it a substantial moisture resistance, giving it the capability of hose-down cleaning methods.
CLEANING YOUR TOILET STALLS
The methods used to clean the bathroom partition differ on the type of soil found on a surface.
- Smudges, fingerprints, or other residues found on a solid phenolic bathroom stall’s surface can be removed with a mild cleaning solution. Smooth surfaces can be cleaned with a cloth and/or sponge; textured surfaces can be cleaned with a soft brush. Rinse thoroughly, and dry.
- More difficult stains likes oil, crayon, lipstick, or greased soil can be removed with a general purpose cleaner, or a mild degreaser. Dampen either a cloth, sponge, or a soft bristled brush with the corresponding cleaner and apply it to the affected area. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
- Extremely difficult soiling, like water and soiling, requires a more powerful cleaner than a mild detergent/general purpose cleaner. A bathroom cleaner containing acetic acid is a great choice for removal of the stain. Wet a cloth, sponge, or soft bristled brush with the desired cleaner, and rinse/dry thoroughly.
- Solid Phenolic bathroom partitions whose surfaces have been affected by graffiti cannot be cleaned with ordinary cleaners and/or detergents. Instead, they have to be appropriately treated with a graffiti remover. Spray or wipe the remover onto the surface with a cloth or sponge, and rinse/dry fully.
We’ve also create a blog post, specifically written to assist you in cleaning your bathroom dividers the correct way so that no damage will be done to them through the cleaning process. View the section ” Solid Phenolic Toilet stalls Cleaning Instructions”.
Have some more questions about high pressure laminate toilet stalls? Visit our ” Frequently Asked Questions ” section.