When cleaning and recovering the brightness of different furniture and household objects, it is necessary to take into account that, being surfaces of different materials, they also need different care.
To recover the shine of the stainless steel from the sink make a paste of baking soda mixed with water. Apply it on the sink and with a soft cloth gently rub. Once applied to remove the paste with water. In this way, you will recover its brightness.
Wooden furniture in the kitchen- If you want to shine the wooden kitchen furniture and remove stains and marks, mix half a glass of white vinegar and a tablespoon of oil and dilute it with water. Soak and drain a soft cloth with the mixture. Apply it on the furniture so that it recovers the original shine of the wood.
The stainless steel refrigerator- If you want to remove grease from the refrigerator door use a grease remover spray and with a cloth removes stains. Then remove excess grease remover with a damp cloth. Do it fast to avoid damaging the surface. Never use a scourer. When cleaning the refrigerator, do not forget to clean the hinges well as they usually accumulate a lot of dirt.
Tricks to recover the shine in the bathroom: Removes traces of lime and dirt in the showerhead by soaking the sprayer in a bucket with vinegar for 3-4 hours. Then remove the vinegar by cleaning it with a conventional bathroom cleaner. The lime will have disappeared and regained its natural shine.
Screen with rust stains- If the stainless steel screen does not oxidize but rust spots can be generated. To remove them, cover them with beeswax, let it harden and sprinkle with coarse salt. Leave on and, after a few minutes, remove the beeswax paste and salt with a cloth. Finally, clean the screen with your conventional bathroom cleaner.
Bring shine to the tiles- A trick to brighten the tiles, is, once clean of grease and dirt, apply a glass cleaner spray or a rag. Clean with the glass cleaner and your tiles will recover the natural shine. We hope that these simple tricks help you recover the brightness of kitchens and bathrooms.