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How to Clean a Shower Head Using a Ziploc Bag
Published 03/24/20 by ray538 [0 Comments]


Ultimately --a Method to Handle that Bothersome drip-drip-drip.

Discover how to clean a shower head (or some other faucet) with this sudden trick.

You are all set to have a nice warm shower after a long day--but that the shower head is really gunked up with salt deposits which it is giving you more of a pitiful scatter than the usual soothing downpour. Look around, and also your taps may be in shape. Repair them quickly together with this affordable and powerful method. How to Clean a Shower Head
Notice: For non-chrome surfaces, Check manufacturer's recommendations to ensure the end won't be marred by this solution.

You will want:
Baking soda
White vinegar
Dawn dishwashing liquid (the first blue version)
Ziploc bag (1 quart)
Rubber ring
Toothbrush

Step 1: Mix the alternative

In A bag, combine 2 tablespoons of baking soda plus 5 or 4 drops of Dawn dishwashing liquid. Hold the bag round the close of tap or the shower head.

Step 2: Insert the vinegar

Insert Roughly 1/2 cup, vinegar, faucet or to pay the residue head. As it foams up -- that is what it is supposed to perform, do not be alarmed. Secure the bag.

Measure 3: Soak

Allow The vinegar method to soak for a minimum of 30 minutes, but one hour or so more.

Measure 4: Scrub and rinse

Eliminate The rubber tote and band. With an old toothbrush, wash off any residue, then rinse with warm and water.

This Is one of many tactics to wash with baking soda and vinegar. And it isn't something you Have to perform each week, cleaning shower heads and your taps once Or at least throughout spring Cleansing , can help cut back on buildup.
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