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  • Tips for Cleaning That Bathroom

    [caption id="attachment_1517" align="alignleft" width="409"]Clean bathroom Tips for Cleaning Your Bathroom[/caption]

    Bathrooms are one of the most frequent rooms used in your house. Accordingly, it should be cleaned more often then any other room, well maybe except for the kitchen, but that we'll be a different blog. There's a lot of stuff going on in the bathroom, and with this comes a lot of cleaning. Here are some helpful tips to get your bathroom looking better than ever. Need some serious work done in the bathroom? Call your Cleveland Contractors and Home Mechanics for all of you home repair needs!

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    In a 32 oz. spray bottle, add 1/3 cup white (clear) vinegar and 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol. If you absolutely must have another cleaner, add 1 tablespoon automatic dishwashing detergent.

    Tubs and Shower Stalls

    Alkaline deposits in the water cause those not so pretty spots on your glass doors and shower walls. Apply a car wax to the walls and doors, but not the floor or it gets real slick. Both fiberglass and glass are porous. The car wax seals those pores, which makes cleaning easier and keeps water spots away. Reapply twice yearly.

    Squeegee or wipe down your shower after each use to further prevent buildup. If you're tired of fighting the soap scum buildup, switch to liquid soap, natural soap or Dove. It's the talc in most bar soaps that causes the buildup. Changing soap can eliminate the buildup. You still need to clean the shower once a week, but the job is easier.

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    1 Wonderful Comment

    1. Jon says:

      We’re a residential house cleaning service in Meridian, Id.

      We use baby oil. It just takes a very small amout, just like it says in the article, it’ll get slick, and no needs to get hurt.

      I really like your house cleaning ideas.

      Keep up the good work.

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