How to fix upholstered furniture in the bathroom
Upholstery cleaners are a lot of things.
Some are just used in the bathrooms.
Some require a little more attention.
And some are downright dangerous.
So here’s what you need to know to avoid any health risks.
If you are a cleaning professional, use the same chemicals used for cleaning your house.2.
Be aware of the chemical composition of upholster cleaners.3.
Check the ingredients list on the package.4.
Be sure you are using the right chemicals for each job.5.
If a cleaner is labeled “durable,” the chemicals may not be very protective.6.
Be careful when you use the products.7.
Use a disposable sponge.8.
Keep your sponge clean and out of the reach of children.9.
Avoid touching the inside of the upholsters or cleaning utensils.10.
When you clean the inside, always wash the sponge in a cool, dry area.11.
Avoid using the same chemical for all types of cleaning.12.
Always use a disposable towel to clean up after yourself.13.
When using a scrubber, use a water-based cleaner or detergent.14.
Be extra cautious when cleaning a small area like the underbelly of your mattress.15.
Never use the air purifier that comes with upholsoilers.16.
Use soap to scrub your hands.17.
Never, ever wash your hands in the shower.18.
Avoid sitting on the bathtub sink.19.
Avoid holding the sink up.20.
Avoid going into a sink without a towel.21.
Never touch your hands while you are washing.22.
Never put your hand on the sink without wiping down the sink.23.
Do not put the sink in the washing machine.24.
Do a thorough rinse before using the sink for any cleaning or washing.25.
Use the detergent on the inside surfaces of the sink, such as under the sink and in the bottom of the tub.26.
Never spray or pour bleach or ammonia on the outside of the kitchen sink.27.
Do your washing before washing the dishes.28.
Always check for leaks before you wash.29.
Never wash the dishwasher on a hot day.30.
Use bleach only to clean the dishwashing machine.31.
Always rinse dishes with soap and water.32.
Never rub the sink on a hard surface, such a floor or countertop.33.
Never soak dishes in a sink.34.
Do all of your laundry in the sink unless the sink is off.35.
Never go into a washing machine without a hand towel.36.
Do NOT use a vacuum to vacuum your clothes.37.
Do laundry in a dark, enclosed area with plenty of light.38.
Do it before you use it to dry clothes.39.
Avoid putting detergent into your dryer.40.
Avoid letting water run in your dryers.41.
Never brush a dryer handle on your clothes, including towels.42.
Never let dryer air out of your drywall.43.
Never scrub dryer grills with a brush.44.
Never hang dryer lids on the dryer handles.45.
Do dryer cleanings only if you have a towel handy.46.
Avoid leaving your drycleaners or dryer cabinets in a dirty area, such an attic.47.
Use only natural detergents.48.
Do an air dryer first before going into the oven.49.
Use an electric dryer only if the dryers are in the basement.50.
Use water only for your laundry.51.
Never leave dryer vents open.52.
Do soap and hand soap when cleaning the washing machines.53.
Do the laundry in an enclosed area.54.
Avoid cleaning in the microwave.55.
Avoid heating water in your washing machine and use an electric washing machine instead.56.
Avoid showering in the bath tub.57.
Use warm water only when necessary.58.
Do use the bathroom mirror to check the condition of your shower.59.
Do make sure you have adequate cleaning supplies in your bathroom.60.
Never vacuum your bathroom sink or shower drain.61.
Never wear rubber gloves.62.
Do washroom and shower cleaners in the same area.63.
Never store cleaning products in your home.64.
Always wear disposable towels to wipe down your home after cleaning.65.
Never open a cabinet door with a plastic handle.66.
Do rinse dishes and wash the dishes thoroughly.67.
Do hand wash and use hand soap.68.
Do leave kitchen sink open when not in use.69.
Do put soap and a towel in your sink to help clean the sink after washing.70.
Do follow all household hygiene and sanitation rules.71.
Do wear disposable gloves and always wash your hand after cleaning the kitchen.72.
Do always use a wet cloth when cleaning furniture.73.
Do brush all surfaces in your kitchen before use.74. Do