Proper Maintenance of Your Toilet Partitions

For proper toilet partition care and maintenance, we recommend the following:

All surfaces should be cleaned with a mild liquid soap or detergent only. The finish should then be wiped and dried with a soft towel. In areas containing showers, either self-contained or tiled-in units, the partitions in these rooms must receive ventilation from the outside so that excess humidity can escape.

To further protect the finish, we recommend occasional application of an automotive paste wax, following the manufacturer’s recommendations.

Under no circumstance should the following agents be used:
• Abrasive powders or scouring pads
• Water closet cleaners
• Ceramic tile cleaners
• Solutions containing more than 1% by volume of ammonia
• Solutions containing acids or lye Solutions containing enzymes

Cleaning and Maintaining High-Density Polymer Partitions

Any product made from High Density Polymer can be washed with WD-40 and a wet cloth. You can also use a mild detergent and water solution, and then dry it with a soft cloth.

Should you see any scratches, simply rub a spoon or similar instrument over the scratch. Be sure to rub with the scratch, not perpendicular to it. A mild amount of pressure should remove the scratch by blending the plastic.

To restore the original finish on your partition(s), spray them with silicone.

Cleaning Stainless Steel Products (toilet partitions and compartments, etc.)

Stainless steel is corrosion-resistant because of the thin film that forms on the metal surface. If this film is scratched, it will reform as long as oxygen is present. To clean your stainless steel compartments:

1. Wipe down surfaces frequently to remove oils, urine, dirt, and other things that might stain or pit the surface
2. Clean with mild detergents of a diluted ammonia solution
3. Rinse thoroughly after cleaning to remove all traces of cleaner
4. Between cleanings, wipe off the partitions or compartments with a damp cloth