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A Clean and Germ-Free Washbasin Is Just A Few Steps Away

A shabby washbasin can spoil the overall look of your bathroom. Here are some surface cleaning steps to help you keep your washbasin clean and germ-free!

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A Clean and Germ-Free Washbasin Is Just A Few Steps Away

A clean and spotless washbasin is vital, not only for aesthetic reasons but also because it sets the standard for hygiene in your house. Keep your washbasin clean also ensures its longer lifespan.

However, frequent usage can leave behind residue in your washbasin and end up staining it. Don’t worry; try this step-by-step guide to keeping your washbasin clean and germ-free. What’s more, you can use household ingredients that are already in your kitchen. It’s easy, eco-friendly and economical!

Step 1: Pour Hot Water

Pour 2 cups of hot water into the basin to clear the pipe of gunk. This will get rid of food particles and any other dirt that has been blocking the drain of your washbasin.

Step 2: Rub a Lemon Wedge 

Rub a lemon wedge on the stains. Now, create a solution by mixing 2 tsp. of vinegar in 1 cup of water and apply this solution all over your washbasin with a soft-bristled brush. Let the solution work its magic on your washbasin for 10 minutes. Vinegar also helps kill germs in your washbasin.

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Step 3: Wipe With Sponge

Now, use a damp sponge to wipe the stained area clean. Don’t use anything that’s too abrasive as it can damage the material of your washbasin.

Step 4: Wash With Plain Water

Wash the residue with plain water. Make sure you wash the surface thoroughly so there is no residue of soap left behind. This can make your washbasin look untidy. To finish off, wipe your basin with a clean cloth.

By now, your washbasin should be sparkling clean.

There you go! At first, cleaning your washbasin might look like a tiring and time-consuming task. But it doesn’t have to be. With the right cleaning techniques and super-effective ingredients, your task is easy.

Maintain superior cleanliness and hygiene in your washbasin with this simple yet highly effective process.

Key Step:

Always wear rubber gloves while using hot water to prevent accidental burns.

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