Problem #1 – Soap Scum Build-up
Over time, the walls of your shower or tub could get covered with soap scum and this really make your bathroom unappealing. And even though it seems hard to clean, it’s not impossible. Make a paste of 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice, 1/2 cup white vinegar, 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/2 cup water. Apply the mixture on a microfiber cleaning cloth and scour the walls gently. Additionally, you can use a non-abrasive scouring pad soaked in your favourite cleaner. And if you want to prevent the scum from building back up, move out cleaning experts within Melbourne suggest to use a squeegee to wipe water and soap residue off the walls after taking a bath or a shower.
Problem #2 – Scuff Marks on the Sink
Personally I really hate it when my bathroom sink gets covered with scuff marks. And while in the beginning I was scared to clean it, because I thought I could scratch the surface, recently I found out that using a non-abrasive polishing powder can do wonders. First, wet the sink thoroughly and then sprinkle few tablespoons over the stain. Then, let it sit for few minutes and using a microfiber cloth or a sponge rub out the marks. Alternatively, you can buy a pumice stone and buff out the marks with it. However, in this case you should keep both the stone and the surface wet all the time, otherwise you risk scratching it.
Problem #3 – Dirty shower doors
If you can hardly see through your shower doors, then it might be time to clean them. To do so, spray some distilled vinegar or commercial soap scum-removing cleaning solution and wipe them off. Once you have cleaned the doors, apply a thin layer of lemon oil furniture polish or even car wax to prevent future build-up.
With these simply tricks you can easily clean these tough stains and have a shiny bathroom.