How Cleaning Faucets?

Rub in the cleaning agent. Use a sponge, cloth, or soft bristle brush and make tight, circular strokes. If your shower is very dirty, then you may need to rinse your sponge, cloth, or bristle brush in-between passes. Don’t use hard bristle brushes, and never use metal scrubbers. These can scratch your walls and tub.

Rinse the shower wall with clean water. Use your cup or bucket to splash water on the wall, removing the remaining cleaning agent and the grime. If you have a detachable shower head, then use that to rinse the shower wall instead. If your shower wall still looks dirty, then re-apply the cleaning agent and repeat the process. Repeat for the remaining shower wall sections and tub. Spray the next section, let it soak, rub in the cleaner, and rinse for each of the three to four sections.

Scrub grout with a bleach-water mixture. If you have grout, clean it with bleach and a small scrub brush. Mix two parts water and one part bleach. Use a grout scrubber to clean the grout with your mixture. Use an old toothbrush as a scrubber. Don’t clean your grout with bleach and water while you clean your shower walls with the cleaning agent. Mixing chemicals is dangerous. Turn on the shower for a final rinse. Allow your shower to run for about a minute so that the bleach and any remaining cleaning product are rinsed away.

Rinse your faucet. Splash water up over your faucet to wet the surface and wash away debris.You should clean your faucet weekly to remove spots and stains. Toothpaste and soap often leave flecks on faucets, and they are easiest to remove when they are recent. Mix equal parts vinegar and hot water. Create a cleaning and polishing agent using white vinegar and hot water. Your water should be hot, but not boiling.

Wet a cloth. Dip your cloth in your vinegar-water mixture. Be careful not to burn yourself with the hot water. Wipe your faucet to remove spots. Work the cloth in circular movements as you polish away hard water spots and other splash marks on your faucet. Use a clean cloth to dry the faucet so that you don’t leave streaks.