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Non-slip surface is dirty, discolored

Eljer tub is 8 yrs old, has non-slip areas "embedded" (not stick-ons) all over the bottom of the tub. They are discolored. Tried using various hh cleaners, bleach and water, TSP. Nothing works. What else can I do?

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    tub is 15 yrs old can we pull out the jets to clean?

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YOU CAN PAINT THEM WITH SPECIFIC PAINT WITCH CAN GIVE THEM A NEW LIFE.

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Use Mr. Clean Eraser and soft scrub. Works like a charm!

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I would try tilex. Be sure to spray it on and let it sit for 15 minutes before you start scrubbing. Use an old fashioned scrub brush on a handle so you can stand and put some leverage into it. If one application doesn't do it, repeat until you have it the way you want it. good luck

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