9 ways to prevent mildew How do I reduce the amount of mildew in the bathroom? Mildew thrives in damp, dark, misty conditions and your bathroom couldn’t be more perfect as a home for mildew. Here are some suggestions to chase away mildew demons lurking in your
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As you’ve probably discovered, grout is one of the most difficult surfaces to clean. It is both rough and porous at the same time. Rough surfaces are more difficult to clean than smooth ones, and dirt sinks into porous areas out of reach of your cleaning efforts.
First, place any trash containers outside the door. Take a deep breath, make sure your cleaning apron is stocked and ready to tackle this job, and begin! Bathtub – set any items that are on the edge of the tub onto the floor. Clean the shower walls
Follow these steps when it’s time for a deep clean Periodically, it’s important to do a much more detailed cleaning of your toilet. Here’s how: Remove the tank lid and pour white vinegar to about an inch from the top of the tank. Turn the water off
Hairspray. Wonderful on your hair, not so great on everything else. Unless you go outside to spray your hair, you’ll need to periodically clean up the hairspray overspray. Here are some tips from your cleaning experts at Speed Cleaning: Use rubbing/isopropyl alcohol (70%) on a cotton ball