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If you live in an area that has hard water, then youu2019ll know just how tough it is to keep your faucets sparkling clean. However, as faucets can play host to a range of bacteria, some of which can make you sick, itu2019s important that you try to keep them as clean as possible.<br>
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If you live in an area that has hard water, then you’ll know just how tough it is to keep your faucets sparkling clean. However, as faucets can play host to a range of bacteria, some of which can make you sick, it’s important that you try to keep them as clean as possible. Here are some tips for getting the sparkle back on your faucets and keeping the bugs at bay: White vinegar and lemons Make up a solution of half a cup of white vinegar or lemon juice with half a cup of water, soak a paper towel or cloth in the liquid and wrap it right around the faucet.
Cover it with a plastic bag, let the mixture work its magic for at least an hour, then remove the plastic and the cloth or paper towel and give the faucet a good scrub. Rinse, and then stand back and admire your sparkling faucet! This solution can also be safely used to eliminate lime that has built up in your coffee maker or kettle. Ethyl alcohol Use ethanol to keep your faucets hygienically clean and shiny by soaking a towel or cloth in the liquid, and gently rubbing the affected area. This works to eliminate lime deposits, fast, and in next to no time, all your faucets could be shining and looking as if they’re new.
Flour Most homes have flour in their pantry’s, but did you know that this cheap and readily available product can also be used to clean your faucets? Note that for flour to be used effectively, the faucets must be dry. Simply sprinkle some flour onto the faucet, grab a towel, cloth or sponge and rub the flour until the lime spots begin to disappear. Then rinse and observe your reflection in the sparkling faucet!
Toothpaste As with flour, most homes contain toothpaste, and this common household product can also make your faucets shine like new. Be warned, however, that toothpaste shouldn’t be used on gold or bronze faucets. Take the toothpaste and squeeze a healthy amount onto the faucet, before rubbing it well with a smooth towel or cloth. Once you’ve rinsed the toothpaste off, you’ll see that your faucet is looking brilliantly clean, and, it’ll smell pretty good, too!
As with most cleaning tasks, if you can perform them regularly, you can prevent dirt and bacteria from building up and causing a problem, and as faucets are used so frequently, it pays to keep on top of this small cleaning task. Extreme Maids is a fast-growing company offering cleaning services Orlando. We are known for our professionalism dependability and exceptional maid and house cleaning services. We have been cleaning homes all through Florida including Orlando, Tampa, Fort Myers, Naples, Sarasota and many other cities. If you are looking for house cleaning Orlando, Extreme Maids can be a good choice.