Hi everyone, this is my first post, I tried to look if I should introduce myself first but couldn`t find where so hello everyone. My old acrylic bath is badly scratched, nothing deep but milions of fine scratches all over the surface, its about 20 years old so its just wear and tear and using the wrong things to clean it. When it gets dirty I either use like a plastic style scotch brite pad to clean it with washing up powder or vim, probably the wrong thing to clean it but with a lot of work I get it 100% clean, yeah but its very dull. You can bring back the shine to a gleaming non slippery finish in 5 minutes. Im not telling you to use any kind of scourer on your bath, this post is if your bath is already dull. After its nice and clean make sure its bone dry with no bits of dust or hair anywhere inside the bath, then get a strongish piece of kitchen roll and pour a little, and i mean a little bit of Johnsons Klear wax onto the bottom of the bath. This stuff is for floors, sealed wood, cork ceramic tiles etc.With the kitchen roll cover the whole surface with a thin coat, make sure its all covered but beware it runs if its applied too thick, Check after a few minutes, if its running just go over it with a piece of kitchen roll to take off the excess, Check again in approx 5 mins for more runs then if there is take it off again. The finished result is a shiny bath that will last a few months if you are gentle with it. It will come off eventually though but it does last a while, a bit like car wax I suppose. Try not to use anything on it that will scratch it as it does show up the scratches but if you are maybe selling up or you just want to bring a sparkle back then give it a try. As I said its only a temporary fix but it makes it look like new again. Steve, the cladder.