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Clean my bathroom floorMy bathroom is tiled, pretty little tiles with Art Deco false airs - false airs since my building was built in the early 60s. It's pretty but dark in color + lots of joints make the dirt quickly visible, leaving like a dull film on the tiles.
For the occasion, I take out the black soap. Two tablespoons of black soap for 5 liters of hot water. A mop. A little elbow grease. Here we go ! Black soap degreases, cleans, detaches and nourishes. Not even need to rinse. My tiles look happy and so do I!
To clean the toiletsLet's go to the toilet.
I continue with black soap and a sponge this time to clean the ceramic and the toilet seat. What about the bowl? Which effective and inexpensive product will I use? White vinegar - the suspense was limited. It seems that soda is effective in cleaning the toilet, but I didn't have any.
So I stick to the vinegar and heat 1/2 liter in a saucepan. I let it boil, I add a few drops of tea tree essential oil - which I used to clean my sink! - for its anti-bacterial qualities. I pour my improved and boiling vinegar on the walls of my toilet. I scrub with my toilet brush so that the vinegar permeates every corner. I leave it on for at least an hour. Then, I take out my toilet brush, I rewarm and I flush the toilet. Nickel chrome!