How to Clean and Maintain Powder Coated Metal Toilet Partitions
The following is a guide on how to care for and clean Powder Coated Steel Metal Toilet Partitions:
Powder Coated finish is a baked epoxy hybrid coating, similar to an automotive finish. Powder Coated Steel Metal Toilet Partitions should regularly be cleaned by maintenance staff to maintain a new appearance and a sanitary environment.. To maintain the high quality finish, we recommend waxing with an automotive type product.
- Removing Dirt, Grime, Smears, & Fingerprints: All surfaces should be washed with a mild dish-washing liquid soap or powdered detergent, and warm water. Use a soft cloth. The material should then be rinsed with clear water and wiped with a damp sponge and dried.
- Repairing Scratches: We recommend a bottle of matching touch up paint to conceal and deep scratches.
- Removing Graffiti: For areas of stubborn graffiti, commercial graffiti removers can be used. Make sure to test in an inconspicuous area as some of these products can damage the plastic surface or cause a haze.
- Cleaning Hardware: To maintain the brilliance of hardware, these components can be periodically improved by an application of non-abrasive cleaner with a damp cloth.
- Securing Hardware: Tighten any screws that have become loose due to vibrational forces or attempted vandalism.
Never rub the finish in one area excessively to avoid marring the surface.
Note regarding cleaning agents that should not be utilized on powder coated steel metal toilet partitions:
Under no circumstances should the following agents be used on powder coated metal toilet partitions:
- Abrasive powders or scouring pads.
- Toilet bowl cleaners.
- Ceramic tile cleaners.
- Solutions containing aggressive acid, such as Lime-A-Way, Soft Scrub, Tilex, etc.