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4 Secrets to a Shiny-Clean Bathtub

Marianne Lipanovich
Publication date:
August 6, 2022
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4 Secrets to a Shiny-Clean Bathtub

Resource leveling is a resource management technique that involves balancing available resources and schedules to complete projects on time. It is used in project management methods such as CPM, critical chain management, project crashing and fast-tracking. It helps project managers allocate the right amount of resources for critical path tasks during the planning stage, and then ask for more resources or reallocate available resources to make sure those tasks are completed on time. Stain treatments are also used to reduce the overall project timeline. Acrylic and fiberglass finishes are more resistant to stains than porcelain, so it is best to treat them with clear dishwashing liquid, cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and water, or plain white toothpaste.

Enamel finishes are more delicate and bleach will stain them, so try the same solutions as for an acrylic finish. If none of these work, the next step is a pumice stone, Magic Eraser, or commercial stain remover. Reglazing may also be an option.


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Marianne Lipanovich
4 Secrets to a Shiny-Clean Bathtub
August 6, 2022
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