Tips for Restoring Bathroom Toilets and Sinks

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Bathroom toilets and sinks are among the most important features of a house. Having problems with your bathroom can be very inconvenient and expensive. Here are some tips that can help you restore and maintain your bathroom toilet and sink.

For Bathroom Toilets

A car engine needs to get be regularly so that it will give you a good performance, so does your toilet. Among the leading causes of leaks and problems of bathroom toilets are things that get stuck inside your toilet bowl and the grime that thickens inside of it. With a toilet brush and a mild detergent, scrub your toilet from the inside out. Clean your bathroom toilet regularly.

Scrubbing the grime from your bathroom toilet is never enough. Germs and bacteria found in toilet seats are harmful to your health. To sanitize your toilet, use products that are proven disinfectants. With a clean piece of cloth, spray disinfectant and thoroughly. Leave the disinfectant for 15 minutes, then wipe with a clean cloth. Flush the solution to rinse it properly.

Now that the toilet is clean, it is time to restore its luster. Wipe the exterior until it is dry. Then apply non-wax polish.

For Bathroom Sink

For stainless steel sinks, scrub the scum with mild soap or detergent. Never use scrub tools or harsh solutions because it can scratch the surface. Treat your porcelain sink with a solution of vinegar and warm water remove hard water residue. For soap scum, use warm water with baking soda. Clean your sink regularly.

Wet a clean cloth with disinfectant. Then wipe the whole sink with the cloth. Leave the solution in the sink to fully disinfect it. Wipe and dry your sink with a clean, dry cloth. Wear gloves, because disinfectants can irritate the skin.

For stainless steel sinks, you can use oil (olive or baby oil is best recommended) in a paper towel to give it a shine. You can also use a glass cleaner. For porcelain sinks, vinegar is the best polish. Leave the vinegar for at least 15 minutes and rinse it thoroughly so that the smell of vinegar won’t remain.