Everybody has a problem when it comes to cleaning their kitchen and bathroom: water stains or stains on faucets and sinks are so hard to wipe away! Here’s a little trick from WOWOW to share with you!
Bathroom faucet cleaning
When the faucet is used for a long time, the surface will become dull and gray. Wiping it with a steel wool ball is not only ineffective, it can damage the surface and leave unsightly scratches. A good way is to use a peeled potato peel to wipe back and forth on the surface of the faucet and then wipe it clean with a cloth, or use shaving cream to wipe the faucet with a damp cloth and then rinse it with water.
1. Prepare a tube of toothpaste, a toothbrush and a rag. It doesn’t matter the toothpaste, even if it’s expired! Toothbrushes can also be disposable or outgrown. Wipe as softly as possible to minimize damage to the tub.
2. Apply the toothpaste to the faucet and sink, or squeeze the toothpaste onto a rag; don’t use too much, so you can rub it evenly into every corner.
3. Wipe the faucet and wash basin with the cloth, trying to get as much toothpaste as possible into each area. You can use a small amount of water on the rag during the cleaning process to save labor. Try not to use a toothbrush wherever the rag can reach to minimize damage to the porcelain washbasin.
4. Edges and corners that cannot be scrubbed can be brushed with a toothbrush. The main reason for using a toothbrush instead of a brush is that a toothbrush is smaller and more flexible than a brush and can reach every dead spot; it also has softer bristles that cause less damage to the porcelain washbasin.
5. After a thorough cleaning with a cloth and toothbrush, you can rinse with water. At this point, you can also use a cloth dipped in plenty of water to scrub.
6. Dry off any remaining water with a dry cloth or allow the water to evaporate naturally. Compare the before and after and you’ll see that the faucet and basin are as good as new and the annoying water and stains on them have disappeared without a trace!