Cleaning Metal Bathroom Vanities


Metal bathroom vanities – Your bathroom vanity is probably one of the most routinely polluted places in your home. Toothpaste is smeared on it, the makeup residues falls on it, the hair spray is sprayed on it. Because so much water is present in the bathroom, growing sometimes mold on it. Yuck. You should clean the vanity once a week or more often if it gets heavy use, or if it’s a bathroom used by the company. I would recommend using white vinegar to clean your bathroom. It is antibiotic, natural, and inexpensive and really works. You do not have to worry about rinsing it off, either. Do not worry about the smell; it will evaporate in a few hours. Here’s what to do to clean the different parts of your vanity.

Make a homemade window and glass cleaner by mixing 1/3 cup of white vinegar and 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle. Spray it on the mirror and wipe with a paper towel or newspaper. Remove all items from your metal bathroom vanities. Use a sponge to soak the entire surface of your vanity and sink with white vinegar. Use more on the underside of the sink; this is where things tend to build up. Let it sit for a few minutes, then use a scouring pad to scrub everything, from the outer edges of the vanity. Scrub gently fixtures. Make sure to scrub all the soap scum from soap-holding area. Scrub the sink last because there’s usually toothpaste in it, and you do not want to spread it around. Finish by scrubbing the drain valve.

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Use a dry cloth or paper towels to wipe down everything. This will light up everything nicely. Using the same cloth or paper towel, now slightly damp, to go over the front of your vanity, wipe off the toothpaste stains and dust off any trim. Your metal bathroom vanities should look immaculate. If necessary, remove water deposits around the valve by soaking a paper towel in white vinegar and place it around the edges of the crane. Let it sit for at least an hour, and then scrub the deposits away with an old stiff-bristled toothbrush.

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