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how do i clean a wash basin?

i need a detailed procedure/ guideline for the purpose of a toilet cleaning proposal.

Answer:

If you are asking &How do I clean the toilet?&...for stains, try a pumice stone which can be purchased in the store with the sponges. Get out the gloves and basically sand the bowl where the stains are. Then, for the lighter soiled areas use Clorox toilet bowl cleaner. Squirt it around the ring, let it run down the sides, then sponge it down and flush. If you are asking about cleaning the entire bathroom: use vinegar/water solution (app. 1/4 white vinegar, 3/4 water) for the mirrors, use yellow ammonia and water (1:1) mixture for the counter tops. For the shower/tub, I use spray Comet Bathroom cleaner and Barkeepers Friend for the rougher stains. The spray works great for water spots on chrome finish, the vinegar solution works best for the stainless steel fixtures. Floors: I use Armstrong as directions state for linoleum, and Murphy's oil solution for ceramic tile. That ought to do ya! I clean houses (12 a week).
Apr 14, 2017
Wash Basin Cleaner
Apr 14, 2017
Elbow Grease. Tough stains try caustic soda if allowed in your country.
Apr 14, 2017

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