How to Clean a Laundry Sink Tub

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Laundry sink tubs are used by people to soak their garments before washing them in their washing machines. People have also invented several other innovative uses of a laundry sink tub. They use it to bathe their pets or to rinse their muddy shoes. Due to constant use, different stains build up on the surface of a laundry tub. To avoid these stains, it is necessary to clean the laundry sink tub.

Such cleaning is necessary because stains from the surface of your laundry tub can transfer to your clothes. For regular cleaning of your laundry tub, you may use a damp cloth or a scrubbing brush. Dip the cloth or brush into warm water, and rub it on the surfaces of the tub.

Top Steps for Spots Removing

If you want to remove spots and stains from your laundry sink tub, you can use various materials and mixtures. A mixture of water and vinegar can make a powerful cleansing agent for sink tub cleaning. Just spray the stains with the solution and see the results. This mixture is very effective for stains caused by hard water.

Soap scum and lime buildup on the surface of a laundry sink tub is the most common problem that people face. It is not easy to clean soap scum with only hot water, but a powerful cleansing paste made from baking soda and lemon juice can prove to be very effective. Apply the mixture onto the surface of your laundry sink tub, and scrub it with a cloth. It is better to apply the mixture directly on the lime buildup or soap scum. Leave the mixture on for a few minutes, and then rub the surface with a damp cloth or a rag. The mixture will make your laundry sink tub clean as never before!

Danger of  Chemical Cleaners

To clean mold and mildew, you can spray bleach directly on the affected areas. Avoid using chlorine bleach because it is harmful for your hands. Oxygen bleach is a good alternative. It will wipe off all stains completely. No matter which chemical or mixture you are using to clean your laundry sink tub, you must always use rubber gloves to protect your skin.

Accordingly, cleaning hard water stains and mold from a laundry sink tub requires a lot of effort, so it is better to clean it regularly with warm water.

To make sure, though, that you will have years of problem-free plumbing, you should hire a qualified company, such as Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing Services, to avoid many issues.

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