One of your bathroom's main features is the chrome. Chrome pieces add a certain slick, futuristic visage, which adds undeniable style to your bathroom. Therefore, you have to be ever vigilant and clean your chrome at regular intervals of time.
Cleaners Boxhill have provided the following tips on synthesizing the cleaning process, thus making it a lot easier and manageable. Don't think of the task at large, but try to attack the steps one by one.
1. Think through your cleaning. There is nothing more counterproductive than cleaning without a clear idea on how to tackle the cleaning process. Will you start with the bottom or the top? Do you think you should clean the room first and the items second or vice verse? You shouldn't be asking these at the time of the cleaning.
2. Gather the materials. This an important preliminary step, which ensures that you have gathered all the tools that you will need for the job. For this cleaning, you will need vinegar, soapy water and a soft metal cleaner. You should consider having cleaning essentials such as rags and brushes.
3. Target the sink area. The most natural place for chrome in a bathroom is the sink. Consult with a professional plumber as to how best dismantle all the sink pieces so that you achieve a better result. Lather all the surfaces with soapy water, the dirtier ones should be soaked and give everything a thorough scrub with an old toothbrush.
4. Move on to the sink and tub. Contrary to the sink, there should be a lot fewer chrome elements, so you won't need to dismantle anything. The technique here is the same as with the sink. Lather all the elements with the soapy water and scrub. Should you encounter any problematic stains, use the vinegar to remove them.
5 Rinse, polish, reassemble. Once you have scrubbed all the elements, what you should do is rinse them thoroughly and according to cleaning Boxhill teams buff them with a clean cloth in order to achieve the desired shine. Then reassemble.