Kitchen Cleaning Chemicals
Moving into a new house needs some cleaning tips?
I'm moving into a new house next month, but the interior is a little run to say the kitchen was least.The once white but is now a dark shade of yellow and the bathroom and toilet and the less said, better. How do I clean the kitchen units to get them white again and how do I get nasty stains off the bath and toilets? Would prefer a natural remedies that I am pregnant and trying to stay away from harsh chemicals, advice welcome though. This is a rented house so can not really touch the units, after leaving my nice clean house because new neighbors from hell … sigh ….. I Greece, but they sell most of the cleaning products in the UK You are all welcome for a glass of vino if you're still going Kos! I'm going take the juice, but you're all Wecome, Thanks for the good advice, will be getting someone in to clean, I want to do if my way!
Sugar soap is also known as "soap decorators, architects to use before they paint because it takes all the grease on the walls without leaving chemical residues. Use it on walls and ceilings. White (distilled) vinegar is great because its anti-bacterial and anti fungal and safe. It also dissolves grease. And baking soda is the same, it removes most stains. For both you use a teaspoon of pint, but the bicarb and hot water needs quite a drop of vinegar. I use Flash lemon on kitchen cabinets. If the tub is enamel, then the fill with hot water and add a few tablets dishwasher detergent, soak and then rinse thoroughly. He will work in the toilets as well.
Kitchen: Industrial Cleaning Hygene Application