In case you don’t know what non-porous materials are, they are materials with surfaces that cannot absorb water. But keep in mind that they are not entirely immune to water or any liquid at that matter. They can still absorb water, but the process will be slower than usual, a hell lot slower. Now that you know what these materials are, I’m pretty sure you understand that they still need to be cleaned once in a while, and that’s what I’ll be talking about today.
This material often comes in the form of shower screens, mirrored glass splashbacks Melbourne, or doors. And it’s no secret that this material can accumulate dirt over time. I’m sure you already saw a mirror having spots and blemishes all around, but how do you clean them effectively to the point that it will take a long time to clean them again?First, gather the supplies (distilled water, spray bottle, white vinegar, cloth or cotton or anything thatcan wipe, you get my point) and of course, you already know that. Second, mix white vinegar and distilled water. Then use spray bottle to spread it in the cloth. Wipe the dirt off the mirror and clean the corners with cotton. Finally, use cloth to polish the surface.
There’s not that much process in cleaning stainless steel. Hell, you can even use a lot of products for the maintenance and cleaning of this material. For now, I’ll tell you how to use flour for cleaning, yes, FLOUR! Use the flour and just spread ‘em across the surface. But, the grease or grime that have accumulated in the steel should be removed by cloth or some traditional materials first. Then that’s when you will spread the flour and do the finishing touch.
Unlike the first material, you don’t need to put a lot of effort in cleaning laminated wood. But, you will need to maintain it regularly. Some ways to do this is wiping up spills immediately. If it stays for too long, the laminate will be a mess. Also, you can put mats in places where you think it’s likely to have spills. After all, prevention is better than cure.
Cleaning the surface of a plastic will be very simple. Just rinse it with water and dry with cloth and done. But keep in mind that abrasive cleaners will only damage the plastic surface so don’t use them. Use a non-abrasive cleaner instead. See? It can’t be simpler than cleaning frameless shower screens.
If there are other materials that you didn’t know how to clean, make sure to tell me each of them. I might be able to help you with that and good luck with your cleaning!