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Sinks and Baths can get stained overtime even with regular bathroom cleaning so here are a few good tips to get the whiteness and sparkle back to your bathroom whites, be they porcelain, enamel or acrylic. Panic not, we have the best bathroom cleaning tips. Get your bathroom cleaning brushes ready!
When you get to cleaning the bathroom, line your sink with paper towels and soak them with bleach. Let the towels sit for 30 minutes, then discard them, and rinse the sink with running water. Be careful not to use bleach on coloured porcelain when cleaning your bathroom, as it may cause the colour to fade. Use a mild liquid detergent, vinegar, or baking soda instead for bathroom cleaning.
For bathroom cleaning you can also rub out stains with baking soda and water mixed to a toothpaste-like consistency. Apply the paste with a non abrasive white scrubbing pad, and rinse thoroughly to create bathroom cleaning perfection. Or you can make up a mixture of baking soda and bleach and apply it to stains. Again, the mixture needs to be a toothpaste consistency. This method is very good on plastic or acrylic baths/basins giving a high quality finish to your bathroom clean.
Another excellent homemade product to assist your bathroom cleaning schedule is using a special solution for staining: with a paste made of one-half cup of powdered borax (sold at many places on line, just search for home made bathroom cleaning recipe) and the juice of one-half lemon. Dab a sponge in the mixture, rub, and rinse with running water—it’ll work like a charm whether your sink is made of porcelain enamel, stainless steel, or any other material, making light work of bathroom cleaning. This is an excellent addition to your bathroom cleaning list.
Occasionally with bathroom cleaning, if you ever had a problem with rust Wipe WD-40 (lighter fluid works, too) on the spot with a cloth and then rinse thoroughly. For rust stains on porcelain enamel sinks, pour salt on half of a lemon and rub it on the stain.
Handy Bathroom Cleaning Products and Tips
Whilst on the subject of bathroom cleaning, we also have solutions to keeping your drain free of clogs to help with bathroom cleaning maintenance, mix up 1 cup of baking soda with 1 cup of salt and 1/4 cup cream of tartar. Keep it in an airtight, childproof container. Every few weeks, pour 1/2 cup of the mixture down each drain, followed by a quart of boiling water. And of course, do your best to keep hair, soap, grease, food, and other debris out of your sink drains in the first place.
There is a nifty little product called a ‘pumice scouring stick’ which is very handy for bathroom cleaning. You can find them for just a few pennies at any hardware or home improvement store. They also work to get rid of stains on porcelain toilets! But this cannot be used for enamel baths, so before you start bathroom cleaning always do a patch test.
Let us not forget the array of clever little ‘magic erasers’ as well!
When cleaning bathroom sometimes abrasive powders like Ajax Powder Cleansers, Bon Amis can be used for bathroom cleaning, but do take the time to test a small area of the tub to be sure the enamel can tolerate it before you begin your bathroom clean. These types of products should be used sparingly. Again for really tricky stains, make a paste out of the powder, apply it to the stain and allow it to sit for 30 minutes before rinsing away. These types of powders can be used for really heavy duty cleaning.
Of course hydrogen peroxide is actually a brilliant little cleaner and very cheap and is perfect for getting whites whiter when doing your bathroom cleaning.
A good thing to remember is that acrylic tubs are the ones most prone to scratching, fading and cracking, which will dictate your choice of cleaning products for the bathroom, as you’ll want to avoid anything overly abrasive. Cream cleansers are effective, but when it comes to really tricky stains they may not be tough enough. So you could try covering the stained area with the cream cleanser and allowing it to sit for 30 minutes—prolonged exposure may be the ticket to a perfectly clean bathroom.
Why not call in the Bathroom Cleaning Specialists?
You can, of course, always get the experts in to do your bathroom cleaning, or any other cleaning you need in East Dulwich, like SelClene Southeast, London – we have a whole array of other cleaning tips to give your home that professional bathroom clean! Please phone us today on: 020 8698 6953 or drop us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get straight back to you.