Removing Toothpaste from the Sink

Isn’t it annoying, when in the morning you find toothpaste stains in the sink? I don’t know about you, but most of the times when I notice that kind of stains, it is very hard to remove them. Mostly my kids leave them, when they brush their teeth before going to bed. Here are my tips for toothpaste stains:

The first good thing, you have to do is to wipe the sink every night and morning. Do not clean very deeply, just rinse the sink and you won’t have any stains on it. You just have to wait for everyone, after they have brushed their teeth, the toothpaste will be still fresh. Remember, do not leave any stains, because they will turn into very hard spots.

Another method is to teach your kids to do that. Show them how to clean their mess and recommend that it is good to put the cap back on the toothpaste. This will prevent accidentally squirt out. Also is very useful if you buy white coloured toothpaste.

Re-moisten the toothpaste, to make it easier to remove. Spraying or sprinkling it with water, or put a moister paper towel over the dry toothpaste. If is still in the samecondition, take a gentle sponge or an old toothbrush and wipe it.

Sydney cleaning company has advice for extremely situation. If the stain is so hard and it doesn’t won’t to get out, try to clean it with backing soda and water. Cover the mix with plastic wrap and leave it for a night. In the morning just wipe out the stain.

I can tell you other method, but it can damage your sink. You can use a hydrogen peroxide. After you apply it, wait for ten minutes and check your sink, whether it is not damaged. If everything is fine leave it for an hour and after that rinse the cleaning solution.

I hope these tips will help you, but still if you have some questions, don’t be shy and ask cleaners Sydney.

 


June 2, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Uncategorized

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