You will need
  • - cleaning products;
  • soda;
  • - rag;
  • - acetic acid;
  • - oxalic acid;
  • - citric acid;
  • - bleach;
  • - washing powder;
  • brush.
Use acid. Heated vinegar, lemon or a solution of oxalic acid will help in the fight against plaque. Apply the product on a rag and wipe the places affected with lime stains. Lime is easily dissolved and washed off with water. Vinegar excels with dirt, rust and limescale. With oxalic acid care must be taken because it may cause harm to the enamel.
Use cleaning agents (various pastes, gels, etc.). The range of shops is a wide variety of cleaning products to combat plaque. For example, "Sumant", "Silit", "Amway", "Drano", etc. using a rag, apply to surface and leave on for the time specified in the instructions. Then clean the bottom and walls of the bath. A nylon brush will clean the dirt and grease, simultaneously flushing them with a stream of warm water. If suitable cleaning products are not, they can be replaced with a mixture of baking soda and soap.
Use bleach. It is easy to remove yellowish plaque. Dilute bleach to the consistency of thick cream. With the mixture cover the walls of the bath and wait until it dries. Then wipe the surface with a damp cloth.
Use a thinner for oil paints and turpentine in the struggle with soap scum. Dry the surface of the bath, wipe with a cloth soaked in turpentine or thinner. Then wash it using washing powder.
Use mechanical methods. When cleansing plaque use rags with microfiber cloth and melamine sponge.
Shower with the hose put in the water-filled package, add acetic acid. Package leave the bucket for half an hour. After the specified time, the plaque itself will exfoliate. Remains remove with a wooden spatula.