HDPE Solid Plastic – Cleaning and Maintenance



HDPE solid plastic cleaning and maintenance is easy when it is done right. Below, we have the simple steps you need to take outlined. Like with anything, making sure you regularly check in on your bathroom stalls is key. The faster that stains are removed, the less chance they will have of leaving long-term damage. Even so, these stalls are very resistant.

The same goes with damage from wear and tear and the elements. It is important to inspect your restrooms regularly so that any damage can be addressed swiftly. Below, we go into further detail on how to clean and maintain your HDPE plastic bathroom stalls.

HDPE Solid Plastic Maintenance

HDPE plastic-based toilet stalls have a few different methods of maintenance due to their material construction. They are extremely resilient and strong, so maintenance shouldn’t be troublesome.

Solid plastic is an absolutely phenomenal material when it comes to maintenance. The construction of the high-density polyethylene is a continuous mold, unlike other bathroom stalls that have an outer shell/material with a differentiated material in the center. This gives Solid Plastic an incredible edge in durability and finished appearance. It is the same color throughout, so even if something manages to scratch the surface, it will not leave an obvious mark.

If a cut or scratch is presented on the material, it can be repaired by gently rubbing the surface with a smooth or round object. Make sure to apply light pressure to the damaged area rubbing it continuously until the damage fades. Because of the solid material, damage and scratched fade quickly and easily. Just make sure not to use anything sharp or abrasive. This could cause further damage unnecessarily.

HDPE Solid Plastic Cleaning

Cleaning your solid plastic restroom stalls has never been easier! It is simple to accomplish and quick. By making maintenance a regular habit, you will keep your upkeep costs low and greatly reduce future hassle. Regular cleaning will eliminate the need to regularly replace parts because of damage. Depending on the type of dirt and grime, you’ll have to take different cleaning methods. Here is a breakdown of the different methods you can use.

  • For general soiling, the original appearance can be restored by using water and a mild cleaner on the surface of the bathroom stall. This includes light stains and drips or spills. Always make sure to wash the area thoroughly. After, it is important to properly dry the area. Although moisture won’t create too much of a problem, it is still a good idea to keep the surface as dry as possible.
  • For tougher staining, a cleaning solution containing 1⁄2 cup of household detergent, 2⁄3 cup of trisodium phosphate, and 1 gallon of water is suggested. This will help to breakdown more difficult stains. Just like with lighter soiling, you should make sure to rinse the area after you clean it and dry it thoroughly.
  • If you have any question about what to use, any non-abrasive industrial-strength cleaner will suffice. As with the other cleaning methods, always make sure to clean and wipe down the surface after you are done.

We’ve also create a blog post, specifically written to assist you in cleaning your bathroom stalls the correct way so that no damage will be done to them through the cleaning process. View the section ” Solid Plastic Toilet Partition Cleaning Instructions”. This should explain anything you have questions on.

Have some more questions about HDPE solid plastic toilet dividers? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions section. You can also always contact us with more questions. We offer expert advice on cleaning and maintaining your plastic stalls.