We all want a clean bathroom but sometimes we do not know how to achive the perfect results when we clean. Below are some tips on how to get better results for your bathroom cleaning. Alternatively get an expert cleaner from Swell Service. Generally No one wants to clean the bathroom, but everyone enjoys and appreciates it when the bathroom is clean.
How often do you open the toilet tank to look inside? Chances are too often or maybe even never. Your toilet bowl could be accumulating stains and chances are stains could be coming from the toilet tank. All you need is vinegar to whiten the toilet tank. Open the tank and pour 1 cup vinegar; let it rest for a few minutes then flash the toilet several times. Our expert cleaning experts from swell service can also assist.
mix one cup of baking soda + ¼ cup of citric acid then on a separate bowl put 1 tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide ½ tablespoon of vinegar then mix everything in 1 bowl and put in some essential oil then freeze in ice maker. Once frozen you can pick a piece at a time and throw into the toilet to achieve a sparkling clean bowl.
Getting down on your hands and knees to scrub the tub is a huge task. Soap scum, hard water deposits and rust stains are not easy to deal with. All you need 1 cup vinegar warmed up in the microwave for 1 minute, then a cup of dish soap mixed together with the vinegar. Put the mixture in a spray bottle then spray the area you need cleaned and after a few minutes wipe the area and voila you get a sparkling clean tub without scrubbing.
what’s your first thought when you hear about WD-40? Squeaky brakes? Rusty tools? A front door that doesn’t open as easily as it used to? WD-40 can be used for all of these things, but it can also be used to clean a toilet bowl.
You don’t need bleach or other harsh chemicals to return grout to a sparkling white. All you need is vinegar and baking soda. Put the baking soda in the grout area then spray the vinegar and then give it a little scrub and then wipe the area.
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