As one of the Leading End of Tenancy Cleaning Companies in the South East and London we have seen nearly everything over the years and felt it was time to share some of the things we face on a daily basis.
Not naming and shaming but sharing these “Crime Stories” but most importantly Tips and Advice on how to Clean up and prevent these things happening.
Keeping our Kitchen and Bathrooms sinks clean and stain free can be difficult with the amount of times they are used throughout the day. You’d think with the amount of water and soap that flows through they would be self-cleaning. Water spots, food stains and soap deposits build- up if you don’t keep on top of it. As you can see with the before and after photo’s, getting your sink sparkly clean and looking as good as new is no problem with the What Cleaning team.
Follow our effective cleaning methods to banish stains and dullness, leaving your porcelain sinks spotless.
- Use an all- purpose cleaning spray or a nonabrasive cleaner to remove dirt and stains. Rinse with warm water.
- For stubborn stains, dry the sink (if wet) and sprinkle with bicarbonate of soda. With half a lemon rub gently into the baking soda. Rinse with warm water and if necessary, repeat until gleaming. Do not use scourers as these may damage the enamel.
- Rust stains can be removed with salt and lemon made into a paste. Leave on the affected area 20 mins. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.
- Remove limescale build up by soaking kitchen towel in white wine vinegar, wrap around the area and leave for 10mins, Buff off with a dry clean cloth. Alternatively use any limescale remover following the manufacturing guidelines.
- To make your sink shine you can use glass cleaner. Spray the surface of your sink, leave for 30 seconds and wipe off with a dry cloth or paper towel.
- Get into the habit of wiping out your sink after each use to prevent yellowing and staining in the first place.
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