Read in the bathtub day – February 2- celebrate it every day in your clean and fresh bathtub.
There actually is a FB page to celebrate this day :))
Do you read in the bathtub? Read in the bathtub day – February 2- celebrate it every day in your clean and fresh bathtub.
Personally, I’m all about reading books while soaking in the bath. Preferably with a cold drink at hand. But- it has to be a clean bathtub. Make it a firm rule in your home to rinse out the tub or shower stall immediately after you use it.
We find ourselves more relaxed, happy, and balanced when we are living and working in a clean space. And, here are a few cleaning tips for clean, fresh bathtub.
First and foremost you need to determinate Your Type Of Buthtub.This is critical as some cleaning methods cause damage or even worse staining to certain kinds of tubs.
Porcelain. This material is stone-like and the most durable for bathtubs and sinks.As long as they don’t contain bleach, any supermarket bathroom or surface cleaner should do the trick.Comet or Ajax is a perfect example of this. Pour some powder on the stain and add a little bit of water. The green scrubbing side of a new dish sponge would work for this. Scrub around the area that you’ve applied the abrasive powder to. You could clean very tough stains with a pumice stone.Be sure your tub is porcelain when using a pumice stone.
Enamel.This is common in older tubs and is very sensitive to drain cleaner and bleach. Avoid bleach and drain cleaners. Bleach reacts with enamel tubs instantly and leaves behind brown rust-like stains.Rust-like stains instantly appear when the tub is exposed to bleach or a strong acid. If you happen to develop a stain due to bleach or drain cleaner, there are several solutions to fix this. For example-Hydrogen peroxide. Look for a bottle containing 3% peroxide.Create a paste. Add two parts baking soda to one part hydrogen peroxide slurry and mix well. Apply the paste to the stain and let it sit for 30-60 minutes. Acrylic and enamel bathtubs should NOT have pumice stone applied to them.
Acrylic. This material most closely resembles plastic. Acrylic shower walls may bend in some places. If you have an acrylic tub, stay away from abrasives like pumice stones.Acrylic and enamel bathtubs should NOT have pumice stone applied to them.
Here is one more cleaning tip using the product that is already in your bathroom.
Try shampoo. Rub it onto the ring around the rub, let it sit for a few minutes and then rinse off with warm water. Shampoo is designed to cut through human oils, which is what is causing the ring in the first place.
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Read in the bathtub day – February 2-lets celebrate it every day in your clean and fresh bathtub.