Dull Faucets? Use Toothpaste, Toothbrush to Restore Shine

Who doesn't like to see gleaming faucets in their newly cleaned bathroom? In many ways, it adds the perfect finishing touch.

But it can be a chore to get those faucets shiny and clean, especially around the edges.

There's an easy way to get the job done, and you already have the supplies.

An old toothbrush is a great tool for cleaning behind and around your faucets, as well as for cleaning the grout around tiles.

You can use window cleaner to clean the grout. Just spray some on to the tiling and scrub with your old toothbrush. Be gentle so you don't loosen the grout.

GMA Tip of the Day: Bathroom FaucetPlay

Here are some other tips for cleaning your bathroom:

Did you know that toothpaste can also pull double-duty as a household cleaner? Dab some toothpaste on a soft cloth and use it to restore shine to dull-looking faucets. Click HERE for a few more cheap, easy household cleaning tips.

Got a dirty toilet bowl? Did you know that dropping two Alka-Seltzer tablets in can solve that problem? Drop the tablets into the bowl, then wait for about 20 minutes. When the time's up, scrub the bowl and flush. Your toilet will be sparkly again. For more innovative ways to clean your home using products you already have, click HERE.

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