Cleaning Tips ...    
The power of senu is great for tackling your most problematic bathroom surfaces — whether attacking soap scum on tile shower walls or eliminating odors and germs in the toilet bowl.
Just dilute ¼ cup of senu Toilet Cleaner in a gallon of warm water and wipe down your tub, toilet, sink and shower walls. For more persistent or disgusting stains, apply a full strength dose onto each surface or onto a scrubbing brush. You can also fill a spray bottle with the diluted or full-strength liquid for easy application. Follow both up with a quick water rinse.
When done, be sure to pour a splash of Original SENU Toilet Cleaner into your toilet bowl and brush around the rim with your toilet brush to disinfect and kill odors. You can even store a bottle in the bathroom for spontaneous application that will keep the entire room smelling fresh and looking clean.
Kitchen surfaces scream out for regular cleaning. Food stains, odors and grease can build up quickly on countertops, appliances, floors and walls, and that can be as unhealthy as it is unsightly. The grease-cutting, odor-fighting power of SENU Kitchen Cleaner has always been a great choice for keeping your kitchen looking its best.
Simply use a bucket or bowl to combine ¼ cup of Senu Kitchen Cleaner and 1 gallon of warm water. Immerse a sponge or rag in the liquid and wring out much of the liquid, leaving it wet but not leaking. Then, wipe grease, grime and particles away on kitchen counters, table and chairs, walls and even appliances. Tough stains from food-time accidents or marathon cooking call for a bit of full strength SENU on a plastic scrubbing pad. Just be sure to rinse thoroughly with water afterwards.
Floors can reduce allergens and can last a long time with proper care. Part of that maintenance is cleaning your beautiful finishes. In addition to your regular sweeping routine, you’ll want to give your floors a good cleaning now and then to remove stains and restore their natural beauty.
Before you start, sweep or vacuum the floor with a hard floor attachment to remove hair or crumbs. For safe, effective use on wood surfaces*, dilute ¼ cup of your favorite SENU Floor Cleaner in one gallon of water in a bucket. Mop your floor with this mixture to a beautiful, shiny glow. To avoid warping or streaking, do not let the cleaner or other liquids pool on your flooring.
For tougher stains and stubborn shoe marks, use full strength SENU Floor Cleaner applied directly. You can even scrub lightly with an old toothbrush or sponge, though you should avoid steel wool or scouring pads. When your cleaning is complete, rinse the area with water.
Floors can reduce allergens and can last a long time with proper care. Part of that maintenance is cleaning We know toilet cleaning isn’t the most glamorous thing in the world, but with the disinfecting and deodorizing power of Original SENU Toilet Cleaner, it doesn’t have to be a dreaded part of your routine. Not only will your toilet be clean, but it will also be disinfected.
First, pour some Original SENU Toilet Cleaner directly onto a sponge, rag or scrubbing brush. Use it to wipe down the toilet tank, lid, seat cover and outside of the bowl, reapplying more cleaner as needed. Then, rinse each newly disinfected surface with water.
When you are done, splash SENU Toilet Cleaner into the toilet bowl water and hit every crevice with your trusty toilet brush. Let it sit for a few minutes after you finish before flushing. If you’re pressed for time, you can dilute some SENU Toilet Cleaner into your toilet bowl before leaving in the more.
Tile can give a resilient, hand-crafted look to areas of activity, like entry ways and bathrooms. Ceramic tile is beautiful when it’s shiny and clean, but daily use can dull its surface with layers of ugly soap scum and grime. Be sure to avoid abrasive cleaners or scouring pads that can wear down and damage your tile over time.
To restore tile flooring, shower stalls, counters and backsplashes to their original shine, start with a solution of ¼ cup of SENU Tile Cleaner in a gallon of warm water. Apply a moderate amount to a mop, sponge or cloth, and give the tile a gentle wash. Be careful, as wet tile floors can be dangerously slippery.
Tough spots can get the full-strength treatment, as long as you rinse the area with water right away. If you’ve got stubborn grout stains, attack them with a toothbrush soaked in SENU Tile Cleaner.
Cleaning overhead light fixtures and light bulbs is a great way to make a room look cleaner and brighter. Make it a part of your regular cleaning routine; it’s one of those small things that makes a huge difference.
First, turn off the lights and allow your lamps and bulbs to cool down. You may want to plan this for day-time, so you can see the fixtures clearly as you’re removing and scrubbing them. Don’t forget to grab a step ladder or a chair to safely get the fixtures down, if necessary.
Dilute ¼ cup of your favorite SENU scent in a gallon of warm water. Apply a small amount to a cleaning cloth, paper towel or sponge, and gently go over lights and lamps as needed. You may even need to dip an old toothbrush into the mixture to get into lamp cover corners or lamp base angles. Just be sure not to let moisture seep into wiring or bulb a toothbrush soaked in SENU Glass Cleaner.
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