Faucets in the bathroom will stay clean three times longer: a miraculous remedy has been named

Alina MilsentLife
Life hack for cleaning faucets in the bathroom

Bathroom faucets quickly accumulate dirt from water, soap, shower gels, cosmetics, and toothpaste. While store-bought products manage dirt, they often fall short of delivering a sparkling shine.

However, there's a simple and cost-effective trick shared by Sante Plus that can make faucets appear clean and shiny.

How to Quickly Clean a Bathroom Faucet

There's an effective solution to this issue. Vaseline can expedite faucet cleaning twice as fast as conventional methods, and the surface will stay cleaner for a longer period.

Start by wiping the faucet to remove dust, using a dry cloth or towel. Ensure the surface is completely dry. Thoroughly apply petroleum jelly to the faucet, then wipe the surface with toilet paper or a paper towel. Rinse the faucet with clean water. The greasy base of petroleum jelly repels water, allowing it to drain without leaving residue.

How to Remove Limescale

For limescale and other accumulated residues, lemon is effective. Lemon juice not only removes the white coating but also possesses degreasing and disinfecting properties, eliminating unpleasant odors.

Squeeze the juice of several lemons into a container. Soak a washcloth or sponge in the lemon juice and use it to clean the shower stall walls. You can dilute the juice slightly with water.

After cleaning, thoroughly rinse off the remaining liquid with cool water.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told you how to clean the bathroom in 5 minutes.

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