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To maintain a certain standard of cleanliness in one’s bathroom is nothing short than a challenge for those with a long to-do list in both professional and personal aspect. I won’t lie to you. You’ll need a great amount of strength, will, time and perseverance to achieve an effect similar to that of all home interior magazines you like to read. However, it’s not impossible.

Cleaners Gidea Park advise that there a few tricks that you can use to achieve a better effect from all your cleaning efforts. They won’t take so much time and will have lasting impressions for all the time to come.

1] A perpetual problem that everyone has to deal with is the hard water deposit. No matter what you do, tap water in your shower is hard water and is responsible for the alkaline deposits that build up on your glass doors and shower walls. If you want to avoid having to scrub at these spots on a regular basis, then I suggest you prevent them from appearing. What you need is car wax in order to seal the pores, where the deposits take hold. It’s even cheaper than you think, because you need only to apply the wax twice a year.

2] Another thing that will help you to maintain your shower area clean and fresh is to clean all your glass doors and shower stalls. Grab a squeegee and wipe down all these areas to remove the fog and the water deposits, so that when the glass dries, it will be clear and smudge free. Also, there’ll be no chance for any deposits to form this way.

3] If your problem is the accumulation of soap scum, you need a preventive strategy, which will at the very least reduce it. The reason behind this problem lies within the brand of soap you are using as most of the brands rely on talc. Talc is one hard substance to remove and is the chief culprit of all the soap scum. What you should resort to, according to cleaners Gipsy Hill, is a simple change of the soap brand from brands to liquid or natural soap. Though I am sure that there will be some brands to utilize a no-talc formula.

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