Glass Basins Glass washbasins can be wiped with a fine scouring pad dampened with laundry detergent, and then wiped in circular motions. If there are black mold spots on the rubber side of the washbasin, wear rubber gloves, dip cotton with a little bleach, spread it on the moldy place, and brush it in about 2 hours. ‧Wear rubber gloves on anti-mildew tiles, apply 1:5 diluted bleach to the mildew spots on the tiles, cover with plastic wrap, and let it stand for about 2 hours; then clean the gaps between the tiles with a toothbrush, and clean them with a scouring pad cloth to clean the tiles in circular motions. surface, then rinse with water. In addition, after using the bathroom every night, wipe off the water stains as much as possible, so as to prevent the water stains from staying in the gaps of the tiles for a long time, which is conducive to mildew prevention. ‧Shower curtain Take off the shower curtain, soak it in 1:20 diluted bleach for about half an hour, then wipe off the stains on the 'shower curtain foot' with a scouring pad, and finally rinse it off. The shower curtain glue hook can be removed, and soaked with washing powder and hot water for cleaning. ‧Shower Take off the shower head, soak it in white vinegar for about 2 hours (if it is too dirty, you can soak it for 8 hours), then take it out, and brush off the softened scale with a toothbrush. If you want to restore the luster of the shower surface, you can squeeze toothpaste on a rag and wipe it. Note, do not use sand powder and hard scouring pads to clean the shower surface, so as not to damage the shower.