A lot of women dye their hair these days and before the easy-to-apply foamy stuff came around recently it was a very messy business and a Home Cleaning London nightmare. If you drop a used application glove into the bathtub rather than a plastic bag and leave it there for too long it could leave a very stubborn stain.
Like any type of spillage, the sooner you act the easier the stain removal. If you clean up the excess hair dye with paper towels as soon as possible you will save yourself a whole lot of effort later on.
Here are a few Home Cleaning London guidelines for removing hair dye from your bath.
Fill the bath with hot water up to two inches or enough to cover the hair dye stains if they’re on the walls of the tub.
Pour a cup of vinegar into the bath for every two inches of water and stir it enough to combine.
Pour half a cup of baking soda for every two inches of water and watch as it produces a nice fizzy reaction.
Let the mixture sit and work against the hair dye stain for ten minutes before pulling the plug and letting the water drain.
Use the shower to rinse out the remaining baking soda and vinegar residue with hot water.
Vinegar and baking soda work wonders in all kinds of Home Cleaning London situations. Not only will they remove stains, the can also remove odours.
If you find yourself struggling with the Home Cleaning London and you would like a bit of help taking care of it while you’re at work or fulfilling other responsibilities, you should call a cleaning agency in London that can provide a gifted and reliable home cleaner on a daily, weekly or fortnightly basis.