Cleaning Bathroom and Kitchen Stains Effortlessly Without Scrubbing
The title may sound like an impossible selling ads, but it is not. I found this out incidentally based on my experiences before. With this trick, you don't even need to waste your energy scrubbing all the stains and you dont need to buy any expensive cleaning chemical either. You can do this effortlessly because this natural cleaning agent is the enemy of stains, it will dissolve into the stains, fight them and loosen them from sticking ceramic wall. Sounds good to be true? No it is real..!
Enough with the introduction paragraph, now let us introduce our mighty natural cleaning agent: "CITRIC ACID". And as you may have guessed, this natural cleaning agent derives from the citrus fruits which are lemons and limes with high concentrations and also oranges and grapes with lower concentrations.
As i quote from wikipedia "Citric acid is a weak organic acid, and it is a natural preservative and is also used to add an acidic, or sour, taste to foods and soft drinks. In biochemistry, it is important as an intermediate in the citric acid cycle and therefore occurs in the metabolism of virtually all living things. It can also be used as an environmentally benign cleaning agent."
Another quote from the same source "Citric acid is the active ingredient in some bathroom and kitchen cleaning solutions. A solution with a 6% concentration of citric acid will remove hard water stains from glass without scrubbing. In industry it is used to dissolve rust from steel."
You see.. it can even dissolve rust from steel ! If citric acid can dissolve rust then ceramic stains wont be a problem, you can count on it to dissolve the stains from your ceramic bathroom and kitchen. And the most important is you can do this all effortlessly "WITHOUT SCRUBBING". Save your time and energy.
Before i found out this super organic cleaning agent facts in wikipedia, i have already had experience with citric acid. My sister was actually buying this citric acid as an ingredient to make cakes, she bought a pack of citric acid (about 2 ounces) from a local store which sells cakes supplies. Unfortunately the kids were playing around and incidentally dropped this pack of citric acid on the bathroom floor. She didnt know this until 2-3 hours later when she entered the bathroom and found out the floor was "extremely clean". Then she interrogated the kids and found out what happened to her citric acid. The word spreads and i know it later. I have tried using citric acid to clean the bathroom for several times and they are all successful. Great to know that i no longer need to waste my energy scrubbing all these tough stains.
To try this trick, just shut the floor drain, pour some water on the floor and then dissolve the citric acid. Let it soaks for an hour or two and the stains will get dissolved in the water. Finally open the floor drain to drain the water and flush the floor several times and you are done. Your bathroom will be clean as new. Citric acid is cheap and you can save lots of moneys without buying expensive cleaning detergents.
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