1. Add a cup of peroxide instead of bleach to a load of whites. If there are protein stains, pour it directly on the spot, let it sit for a minute, then rub it and rinse with water. 2. Use peroxide to clean mirrors. No smearing. 3. Use 3% for removing blood stains – especially if fresh. Pour directly on the spot, let sit for a minute, then rub/rinse with cold water. ½ c. hydrogen peroxide + 1 t. ammonia = great stain removal combination.
The secret to streak-free mirrors? Remove goopy build up like hairspray with rubbing alcohol BEFORE cleaning the glass. Unreal how much of a difference this makes! Use a flat-weave microfiber cloth and glass cleaner, use an 's pattern' and work top to bottom. This method helps reduce streaks and cuts the cleaning time in half. Full video to demonstrate too! Awesome!
Stunning bathroom features a sky blue double washstand topped with white marble fitted with his and her oval sinks and hook and spout faucets under white beveled mirrors illuminated by polished nickel sconces alongside a carrera marble hex tiled floor.