The tiles in the bathroom are often stained with greasy, rust, soap scum, etc. In order to keep the porcelain surface clean and not damage the brightness of the porcelain surface, you can use a multi-functional decontamination cream to clean it. As for the gap between the tiles, you can first use a brush to dip a little decontamination cream to remove the dirt, and then apply a waterproof agent to the gap, which can not only prevent water seepage but also prevent mold growth.
It is worth mentioning that at present, the cleaning and disinfecting agents widely used in households contain chemical substances such as acid and alkali that have a great impact on natural stone, and have adverse reactions to the color of the stone surface and the internal mineral composition.
What’s more serious is that most cleaning agents must react on the stone surface for at least five minutes to be effective. However, during this time, the cleaning agent is already destroying the stone, so the surface of the bathroom stone should be cleaned with a neutral pH value. detergent.
Acidic cleaners can remove limescale, cement stains, limescale, stubborn urine stains, and oxidized metal stains often found in bathrooms, such as acidifying cleaners.
Alkaline cleaners can remove all kinds of animal and vegetable greasy stains and mechanical oil stains, and can remove the wax layer of the floor. Such as extra-strengthened oil cleaner; strong waxing water, etc.
Improper use of acid-alkaline cleaners will not only cause waste of cleaning agents, but also damage the surface of cleaning objects to varying degrees, and may even cause damage to the user’s skin or eyes.
Therefore, we should pay attention to the following points when using acid and alkaline cleaners:
1. To be clear about its use and contraindications, you should read the instruction manual carefully before use, or consult the supplier in detail to obtain the user guide.
2. Before use, do a small sample test in an inconspicuous place and use it to dilute the cleaning solvent according to the true dilution ratio on the premise that it will not cause damage to the cleaning material. Wear work gloves and eye masks when necessary.
3. Avoid contacting the skin or eyes with the cleaning agent. The cleaning agent should not stay on the surface of the cleaning object for too long. After use, rinse it with water.
4. It cannot be used on the surface of objects that are sensitive to acid and alkali. For example, some cleaning agents have a destructive effect on surfaces such as marble, glass, and metal.