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How to solve bathroom stone yellowing

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Modern family kitchen bathroom decoration generally use tiles or some stone material, it’s not only simple and generous, but also be able to rational use of the only space, made of inner wall lockers and so on. However, the current level of decoration from the technical point of view, the use of ceramic tile in a period of time, there will be loose and fall off the phenomenon; the main technical reason is not enough viscosity of cement mortar. And the kitchen is often greasy and rust erosion, the bathroom is a long time in a humid environment, the face of rust and soap scale erosion, the tiles and stone prone to yellowing phenomenon. To keep the porcelain surface clean without damaging porcelain surface bright, you can use multi-functional decontamination paste clean.

 

As for the tile gap, you can first brush with a little decontamination cream to remove dirt, and then in the gap at the brush a waterproofing agent can not only prevent water seepage and can prevent mold growth. It is worth mentioning that the current large-scale use of household cleaning disinfectants are containing natural stone greatly affect the acid and alkali and other chemicals, the surface color of stone and internal mineral composition adverse reactions. In particular, most of the cleaning agent must be in the stone surface reaction at least five minutes to have effect, but during this time the cleaning agent has been destroyed in the stone, so cleaning the bathroom stone surface should be pH neutral detergent.

 

Acid cleaning agents can remove the surface of the limestone clean; cement stains, scale and bathroom are often stubborn urine stains, oxidation of metal stains, such as acid detergent. Alkaline detergent can remove all kinds of animal and vegetable grease stains and mechanical oil, and can remove the wax layer on the ground. Such as special enhanced oil cleanser; strong wax from water and so on. Acid and alkaline cleaning agents, if used improperly, in addition to cleaning agents will result in waste, but also varying degrees of damage to the surface of cleaning materials, and may even cause the user's skin or eye damage.