Seven rules for bathroom cleaning - bathroom cleaning, seven rules
1. Do not pour the remaining food or hard objects into the toilet bowl to avoid blockage of the passage. 2. Properly maintain the toilet facilities to ensure the normal operation of the water supply system and toilet flushing system. 3. If the drain pipe is blocked or damaged, it should be repaired immediately. 4. Arrange green plants to dehumidify in time. In the bathroom in the family, no matter what the orientation is, it is better to keep a pot of green plants in the window to adjust the air inside. Or put it in a vase with three or five flowers, which can bring a fresh and pleasant feeling. In the bathroom without a window, an exhaust fan must be installed to remove the humid air in the room in time and keep the room dry and wet properly. 5. Scour the ground and walls. Be sure to wipe down floors and walls after each shower, and turn on a client or ventilation fan to ventilate the bathroom. The tiles in the bathroom are not difficult to clean, and you can use the extension of the shower head to clean different parts. Then scrub and rinse. Be sure to wipe dry to prevent bacteria and mold from growing. In addition, the walls and floors can be scrubbed twice with 84 disinfectant every one or two weeks. 6. Sanitary ware cleaning. A convenient and environmentally friendly method is to use white vinegar and lemon peel to clean ceramic sanitary ware. First scrub off the dirt on the surface of the sanitary ware, then wipe the surface of the sanitary ware with a soft cloth dipped in a little white vinegar or wipe with lemon peel, just a while, the sanitary ware will be as bright as new, and it will also emit a fragrance! 7. Remove the dirt in the toilet. Use toilet cleaning liquid to clean up. If the effect is not good, you can use safe bleach. The method is to pour the safe bleach on the nylon brush, then wipe the toilet, and after a few minutes, wash it while flushing. If the stain is still not removed, let the bleach sit on the toilet for a longer period of time before flushing.