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January 1, 2015 ribblevalley

January: Cleaning Tips 101: Bathroom Area

Scrub porcelain enamel baths and sinks with a solution of hot water and a few drops of liquid dishwashing detergent. Both mixtures will easily clean the fixtures. without scratching the shiny finish. Always rinse the bath after taking a bath. If you can somehow coax, bribe or threaten your family to do likewise, the chore of cleaning the bath will be much easier, and you won’t have to do it as often.

If you have a new bath, it may be plastic or acrylic. You need to be extra careful when cleaning these types of baths. Always use a mild cleaner, such as washing up liquid (but not dishwasher soap)it does a good job of making bubbles and cleaning the bath at the same time. Just don’t tell the kids that they are helping to clean the bath; let them think you are doing them a big favour by letting them take a bubble bath.

To keep your soap bars from melting into a soggy mess that you’ll have to clean up, place a sponge under the bar of soap. Then use the sponge to wash yourself or clean the inside of the bath. This will help keep the area neat, and you will actually use most of the melted soap instead of washing the soapy mess down the drain.

You can get rid of a stubborn bathtub ring with a paste of cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide. Take 2 tablespoons of cream of tartar and add hydrogen peroxide drop by drop until you have a paste. Apply the paste to the ring and let it dry. When you come back to wipe off the paste, the ugly bathtub ring will disappear, too.

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