字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 withheld. Imagine a place full of weird smells. Spiderwebs, dirt and scum. OK, I really hope that's not how your bathroom looks, but cleaning. It might just be the toughest chore, unless you know the secrets behind doing it in half the time with half the effort. Hey, I know the secret to doing it in no time with no effort. Number one. Make the bathroom, Haider. It's the first thing you should do. If you want to have an effective cleaning sash, raising the air temperature in your bathroom by 10 degrees will be enough to make all the cleansers you use. Work their magic better and faster. And no, no need to make a fire in the middle of the bathroom. Just fill the tub with the hottest water you can get and wait for 10 minutes to brew some tea mirror mirror on the wall. Why can't I see myself it all? Oh, right, because it's covered in splatters. If you don't have a special spray or simply don't want to use chemical agents, black tea will save the day. Just threw three bags of it to make it really strong and put the tea into a spray bottle, then spray it on the mirror and wipe it off with a micro fiber cloth. Oh, hello there. Looking good today. Three. Say goodbye Toe water stains. Getting rid of hard water stains on faucets can be pretty challenging. You can either try rubbing the metal parts of your sink or shower with half a lemon, or use white vinegar just so paper towels in it and wrapped them around the fixtures. Wait for 30 to 60 minutes and rinse with warm water. When the stains are gone, make your chrome faucets look brand new by polishing them with baby oil. Four. Washer shower Curtain. Yes, you need to take care of it once in a while to because it's a popular place for mold to grow. So if your shower curtain already has patches of really weird colors or you just want to take preventive measures, put it in a washing machine. Add 1/2 cup of baking soda to your detergent. Set the washer on the warm setting and when the rinse cycle is about to start at 1/2 cup of white vinegar, don't forget to dry completely before putting it back in the shower. five get rid of rust dates. These seem to be the hardest to tackle, no matter where they appear. If you have rust stains on porcelain or stainless steel surfaces, then pour a few drops of white vinegar on them and Sprinkle some baking soda on top. Next, scrub the stain away with a ball of crinkled up aluminum foil. Also, if you have some metal cans like hair sprays or air freshener sitting around the bathroom, you should paint their bottoms with clear nail polish, and you won't have to fight those hard to clean stains. Six. Use a can of cola. No, it's not time to sip it and have a break. Coca Cola contains a gentle carbonic and phosphoric acid, which makes it useful for cleaning your toilet. It's the real thing, all right, just poured into the bowl and let it sit for 30 to 60 minutes. After that, scrub the toilet with a toilet brush or an abrasive path. Now you can flush to rinse the stains away. But hey, put the lid down. If you don't want the dirty liquid to splash all over your bathroom. By the way, vinegar or 1/4 cup of mouthwash can be used instead of cola number seven. Use the magic of vinegar again. It's great for getting rid of the nasty buildup on your showerhead. All you have to do is put the head in a plastic bag filled with vinegar and secure the bag with a rubber band. After an hour, remove the bag and turn on the water for a minute or so. Oh wow. Now we can see my own reflection in the shower head. Eight. Make your bathroom germ free. If you have a steam machine, then you're cleaning. Sash will be even more effective. Steam helps get rid of germs and bacteria, so use it for the bathroom walls and floor. Also, you can add your favorite essential oils to the water to make your bathroom smell like paradise. But if you do, you'll have to thoroughly rinse the water tank of the steam machine when you're done. Nine. Try baking soda. Now. I'm sure you have some in your kitchen. Grab it before you start deep cleaning the bathroom because it'll make your shower walls shiny again. Mixed bleach with baking soda to get a pasty texture and put it on the walls, leave it overnight and then simply rinse it with water and a brush to scrub away all the leftovers. Pretty cool, By the way, Do you know any other great tips to clean shower walls from grime and splatters? Let me know. Down in the comments. Number 10. Get a D I Y cleaner. You can also clean your bathtub without any exhausting scrubbing. Just mix 1/2 cup of vinegar, 1/4 cup water and one cup rubbing alcohol, and that's all. The only thing that's left is to fill the tub 1/4 of the way full of warm water and pour the mixture into it, Then wait for 15 to 20 minutes and drain the tub to enjoy the result. However, if your tub is acrylic, don't use rubbing alcohol. Instead, make a solution of equal parts water and vinegar. Number 11. Microwave your loofa and serving for dinner while it's still warm. OK, I'm joking, but you do need to take care of your loofa to since body cells get trapped in the nooks and folds of the sponge. And with all that steam from the shower, bacteria will start to blow if you're loofa doesn't contain any plastic. Put it in the microwave for 20 seconds every week to disinfect it. If it has plastic, then soak it in a diluted bleach solution for five minutes and rinse thoroughly. 12. Collect old dryer sheets. I bet you didn't see it coming, but trust may use. Dryer sheets are perfect for removing the rings in your toilet. Try it for yourself, but first put on rubber gloves. Next, scrubbed the ring in your toilet and watch how all the spots magically vanish when you're done, flush the toilet wala Isn't that exciting? Number 13 Make the grout clean again. Ground is the material that filled the lines between tiles, and when it gets dirty, even a bathroom with a shining sink and bathtub looks uncounted. But how do you deal with those hard To reach Kravis is to bring back the tiles and grout to their original color. You need to mix 3/4 cup baking soda and 1/4 cup leach. Apply this paste on the walls floor or any work. Top with tiles and wait for 30 minutes. After that, rinse it with warm water and a scrubbing brush. 14. Unclog your drink. Of course, you can use expensive products or call a plumber to do it, but I have a better and cheaper option for you. Just pop 2 to 3 Alka Seltzer tablets down the drain and poor one cup of vinegar on top. After 10 to 15 minutes, take a bucket of really hot water and pour it down. Now you can rinse it and be happy that you saved your money. 15. Say no to scum, All right, everybody know shall wish with glass doors. Give the bathroom that lunch Revive. That's what you probably think when you just installed it. But over time, keeping it looking polished becomes harder and harder because soap scum sticks to the glass like glue to make it clean again, you can use shaving cream. Apply the foam to the glass and wipe it off with a micro fiber cloth. 16. Let air vents breathe. The events in your bathroom are home to dust and water residue, so not including them in the list would be a mistake. But for many people, cleaning them means teetering on a step stool, trying to reach all the dirt. However, there's a much easier solution to this problem. Get a can of air, which is usually used for cleaning computer keyboards, and simply spray off all the dust and water. Residents. Just make sure you do it before you clean the floor. 17. Disinfect your toilet brush. Many people forget about this to the utter satisfaction of germs that keep breeding each time you put the toilet brush back in the holder while it's still wet. That's why you should soak your toilet brush and water mixed with bleach for a bit and then let it dry fully. You can simply put the handle of the brush under the seat with a head hanging over the bull toe. Let a drip dry into the toilet. Also use that mixture of bleach and water to disinfect the holder as well. And never, never use that toilet brush to groom your dog. Hey, if you learn something new today, then give the video alike and share with a friend. And here are some other videos I think you'll enjoy.