Cleaning Tips – Brilliant Cleaning Ideas

Brilliant Cleaning Tips

These cleaning tips will help you to tackle the following problem areas while cleaning:


Clean Toilet Bowl and Polish bathroom fixtures with vinegar.

Pour a little undiluted white vinegar unto a soft cloth to wipe chrome taps, bathroom mirrors, towel racks, doorknobs and any other similar fixtures in the bathroom. Also, you can clean toilet bowl by pouring 400ml of white vinegar into the toilet bowl. Leave to soak overnight to get rid of lime and water rings.


To Remove Mould

Pour 3% concentration hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle; spray the solution on the affected area for 10 minutes before rinsing, wipe the area clean afterwards, the mould should disappear for good. Please note that higher concentrations may be harmful and will corrode many materials, including human skin; in a lower concentration it is safe to use, doesn’t damage the environment, leave a toxic residue, or produce a toxic fume. Remember this is a bleaching agent which may cause a material to fade so please handle with care and follow the instruction.


Removing Stain from Cloth

Mix a teaspoon of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide with a dab of non-gel toothpaste, rob this with a soft cloth on the stain and rinse to clean the stain. WARNING: Only use on fabrics that are colourfast


Remove Red Wine Stain from Carpet

Apply Soda water immediately or soak carpet in a solution of 2 tablespoon borax per 500mol water. Leave for a couple of minutes and absorb solution on the carpet with a dry cloth.


To remove Gum from a Carpet

Try the following – WD-40 – spray it onto the gum and leave for 15 – 20 minutes. You may need to apply it twice but the gum should be easy lift off after this. Warm vinegar – apply directly on the gum and leave for 15 – 20 minutes. Scrape off the gum afterwards with a Kitchen Knife. Ice cube – To avoid making a mess, put a couple in a small plastic bag and place the ice cube directly on the gum. This would harden the gum and make it easy for you to lift it off with a kitchen knife.


This article was submitted by Office Cleaning London, contact them for all your cleaning needs.

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