Appropriate treatment will help you keep in time the decor of your bathroom , a few simple steps to help you in this task.
A common cliche : ” I purchased the furniture is made specifically for the bathroom and certified materials »
yes, absolutely true….however we must not forget that it still remains a furniture, not a submarine! Therefore, residual water, soaps, perfumes, creams and so on, should be removed immediately, otherwise we occur the fast deterioration of the element.
Lacquered furniture and laminates: the delicacy is a must.
For laminate fronts and those melamine, a damp cloth is sufficient to keep the original appearance of the surface.
For stubborn stains, you can use a sponge or brush very soft and act with caution. Any patches of limestone (which are indicative of residual stagnant water) , can be treated with a well-wrung cloth soaked in a solution of water and vinegar.
For matt-lacquered fronts, absolutely avoid using alcohol or detergents, even worse solvents, the only method you can use is made of a well-wrung damp cloth soaked in lukewarm water only.