Maintenance Of Tiles, Grouts, And Faucets

In a bathroom, some elements are more difficult to clean than others, despite the existence of many household products to their effectiveness in cleaning the most warm spots, you should know that nothing replaces a good knowledge of cleaning and cleaning techniques. Below are some that can be very useful to you.

– Keep the tiles and grouts clean:

To take the lead in grout maintenance, use a dried gum specially designed for typewriters. Rub the grouts when dry to remove mold and stains as they appear. If you are facing big problems, make a paste with baking soda and bleach and apply on the grout. Let dry, then rinse. Use these products in a well-ventilated area, paying attention to carpets and fabrics. Even the vapors of bleach can discolor towels hanging near the bath.

– Cleaning products for tiles and grouts:

Mix two parts of baking soda, one part of borax and one part of hot water, add water if necessary to form a thick paste. Apply on the tiles and grouts and rub with a soft brush and finally rinse thoroughly.

– Remove traces of soap and mildew on a plastic shower curtain:

Place your shower curtain in the washing machine with 250 ml of white vinegar, 60 to 125 ml of your favorite liquid detergent for laundry, and several old light-colored towels. Fill the washer with hot water and have it run a full wash and rinse cycle, remove it from the washer and hang it immediately on its rod.

– Remove limescale deposits on the showerheads:

Fill a plastic bag for the sandwiches with undiluted white vinegar, tie the bag around the shower head and let it soak overnight. In the morning, remove the bag and scrub the showerhead with a brush, it will be ready for use.

– Clean chrome faucets:

Use white vinegar on a sponge or cloth to remove water stains and soap scum. Dry and polish with a soft cloth. Alcohol is also an excellent cleanser. Apply, then dry and polish.

To quickly shine chrome or any other metal accessory, use a used sheet of fabric softener dry.

– Clean the rails of the shower door:

Plug the drain holes of the rails with paper towels that you will roll in small balls. Pour undiluted white vinegar, soak for thirty minutes, then remove the paper balls and rinse the rails with a spray bottle filled with water. Wipe it off with a clean cloth. This will drive out deposits that have accumulated in the rails.