Bathroom glass cleaning tips
Six methods remove stubborn stains
1. Pour a little shampoo into the washbasin. After mixing evenly, use a rag to make it clean and bright.
2. Apply chalk gray water or gypsum powder to the glass door. After the glass is dried, wipe it directly with a dry rag to remove the stain and wipe the glass clean.
3. For the aged dirt accumulated in the corner of the glass door, use half of the vinegar and half of the water to mix thoroughly, put it in the watering can, spray it on the glass, and then gently wipe it with the old newspaper.
4. Occasionally there will be black spots on the glass door. At this time, you can wipe it with a cloth dipped in toothpaste.
5. The use of plastic wrap and damp cloth sprayed with detergent can also make the oily glass door often "renewed".
First, the glass door is sprayed with a cleaning agent, and then the plastic wrap is applied to soften the solidified oil stain. After ten minutes, remove the cling film and wipe it with a damp cloth.
If there are handwriting on the glass door, rub it with a rubber dampened water and then wipe it with a damp cloth. If there is paint on the glass door, it can be scrubbed with cotton and hot vinegar. Wipe the glass with a clean, dry cloth and alcohol to make it bright and crystal.
6. The mirror on the bathroom is stained with oil. Use a rag to wash the tea, but do not allow the tea to seep on the edge or back of the mirror to avoid damage to the plating on the back of the mirror. You can also use a soft cloth or gauze, rub some kerosene or wax, do not wipe directly with a damp cloth, otherwise the mirror will be more blurred. Dirty mirrors can also be clothed with pure alcohol or white vinegar for water. It can also be scrubbed with white radish slices and then dried with a dry cloth. Wipe the mirror and frame with a rag of milk to make it clear and bright.