Introducing a summary of cleaning methods to clean the places you care about in the bathroom. There are 3 places: around the faucet, bathtub apron, and bath floor.
How to clean around the faucet
A "citric acid compress" method that removes stubborn scale stains around faucets and mirrors. Wipe plenty of citric acid-dissolved water, cover with kitchen paper, and cover with wrap.
If left for a few hours, the dirt will soften and can be easily removed with a sponge or a cleaning spatula. For scale that has passed a considerable amount of time, make adjustments such as "concentrate the citric acid water" and "prolong the leaving time".
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How to clean the bathtub apron
How to clean the "apron" located on the front of the bathtub. Remove any hair, etc., and remove the mold with a mold remover. In addition, use a bathroom cleaner to remove scale and slime. Rinse off the detergent thoroughly, wipe off the moisture with a rag, and dry it.
If detergent or water remains, mold is likely to occur again, so it is important to wash it off thoroughly, dry it, and then put it back in. It is also effective to wipe the entire product with alcohol before returning it.
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How to clean the bath floor
How to clean the bath floor using "silicon wrap" sold at 100-yen shops. Since the drain is blocked as a water stopcock, the floor of the bathroom can be oxy-pickled. Makes the floor shiny without rubbing or using strong detergents. In addition, since it is different from the original purpose, use it at your own risk. Make sure that it does not leak with a small amount of water before storing it.
＞＞ How to clean the bath floor
There are three bathroom cleaning methods that you want to work on when you have time. Please refer to the introductory article from the link in the text for the detailed procedure.