Trick 1: Anti-seepage and anti-mildew measures for ceramic tiles
The walls of the bathroom are mostly paved with ceramic tiles. To keep it clean and beautiful, you can use a multifunctional decontamination paste to clean it. As for the crevices of the tiles, you can use a toothbrush to dip a little decontamination cream to remove the dirt, and then brush a water-repellent agent on the crevices. This will not only prevent seepage, but also prevent mold growth.
Trick 2: Clean the glass in a clever way
Smooth mirrors and windows will be watermarked and blurred due to long-term close contact with water. You can use a spray glass cleaner to spray a large X-shape on the whole glass, then fold the wrung-out rag and wipe it in one direction. When the glass is half dry, use a dry cloth. Rub it again. It can also be wiped with old newspapers. The ink on the paper can make the glass as bright as ever and wipe away the stubborn dirt.
Trick 3: Perfect unloading of the faucet
Faucet showers are often stained with various shower gels, shampoos, detergents, etc. These detergents will make the chrome-plated surface of the faucet dull. You can spray a neutral detergent on a soft cloth and gently wipe the faucet once a week. Do not use acidic or abrasive cleaners or wire brushes to "torture" the faucet.
Trick 4:Make a whitening mask for the toilet Put an appropriate amount of water in the toilet first, take the toilet brush to clean it, and then pour about 5-10ml of detergent or hydrochloric acid solution, spread it evenly with a brush, and then scrub. If the dirt is heavy, pour a little more detergent Soak and scrub until it is clean, then rinse with clean water
Trick 5:ceramics are as bright as new
Another convenient and environmentally friendly way to clean sanitary ware is to use white vinegar and lemon peel. First wipe off the dirt on the surface of the sanitary ware, and then wipe the surface of the sanitary ware with a soft cloth dipped in a little white vinegar or wipe