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Not everyone knows that when cleaning a bathroom, it is not always enough to wash the inside of the toilet bowl. The problem of bad smell or unsightly streaks can be due to bacteria that multiply inside the tank. Especially this problem can concern those who have hard and often rusty water in the house.


The fix is ​​simple: all you need is a stiff-bristled brush and baking soda. Open the tank lid, flush the toilet to lower the water level in the tank, then apply baking soda to the brush and thoroughly clean the sides and bottom. Unfortunately, the method will not work with wall-hung toilets with an installation, since it is not easy to get to the water tank for such a model.

2 Oven


With fat and soot inside the oven, especially if you have not cleaned it for a long time, only a special tool can handle it. It is not necessary to buy chemistry, it can be prepared at home using ingredients that are in every kitchen. You will need baking soda, table vinegar, and dishwashing liquid. The ingredients must be mixed in equal proportions: the mixture should turn into foam. It must be applied to all contaminated surfaces inside the oven and left for three hours. During this time, the dirt will dissolve and can be easily removed with a damp sponge.

3 Tile seams


It is inconvenient to rub the seams between the tiles with a sponge or a large brush — you need to make more effort. The easiest way to do this is to use an old toothbrush. Its bristles will easily penetrate into the deepening of the seam and clean the dirt faster. Apply a stain or mildew remover to the tile, depending on your problem. Wait for the required amount of time indicated in the instructions for the preparation, and then rub the seams with a brush. Rinse with water after cleaning.

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A similar scheme can be applied to other places in the bathroom, such as the crevices of the shower stall, where fungus forms. A toothbrush will help you get to them and remove the dirt.

5 Walls


During pampering, children often paint the surfaces of the walls with markers and pens. You can wipe them off with a melamine sponge — a budget tool that is easy to find in any hardware store. It is better to use it with rubber gloves. The scheme of action is as follows: wet the sponge and rub the stained places on the wall. Most likely, the first time you will not be able to delete everything, so be patient.

6 Blinds


Dust accumulating on horizontal blinds is a chore to wipe, but it is worth wiping it once a week. To simplify the task, a microfiber blind brush will help you. But if this is not at hand, use our scheme: put a terry sock on your hand — so you can easily penetrate between the curtain plates. Start dusting from top to bottom. Another option to get rid of dust is to walk along the panels with a vacuum cleaner with a special narrow nozzle.

If the dirt sticks to the panel strongly, mix table vinegar and water in equal proportions. Dip the sock into the liquid, wring it out and put it on your hand. Then wipe the panels using the previous diagram. After cleaning, leave the blinds open to dry. This cleaning scheme is not suitable for curtains made of moisture-sensitive materials such as paper.