We often want to clean the bathroom in an environmentally friendly way without requiring the use of strong chemicals. Unfortunately, however, this is not always possible, as some dirt can be uncomfortably stubborn. Here are some tips on how to overcome the annoying spots that limestone forms on your tiles, as well as soap deposits and limescale.
Limestone is almost impossible to clean without a detergent
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In the shop ask for a limescale preparation. Buy it and apply it as follows: Spray the affected areas and let the chemicals work for about 10 minutes. Do not try to treat the place immediately because it will probably not be that efficient. Most people make this mistake, and then say the preparations do not work. They are actually very effective, but if you use them properly.If you’re dealing with soap stains, it’s a very different way. What removes limestone may be helpless to the soap. Usually, preparations containing bleach have a pretty big effect. But attention! Be cautious!…
Another thing you need to know is how to clean the faucets of the shower and the tap. They are also cleaned with special detergents. Experts say that if you clean at least once a week, the soap and limestone build-ups will not be that serious, and you can clean up with less powerful preparations and with less effort. Typical for bathroom faucets is that here, unlike tiles, vinegar is really extremely effective and can not only clean it perfectly, but also give a shine as if you just bought it from the store. Scratch good and make sure!