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What is the best way to look after bathroom furniture and mirrors?
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Surfaces should be cleaned regularly using a clean, dry or slightly damp cloth.
For tough dirt such as limescale residue, hot water with a drop of non-abrasive washing-up liquid can be used. The genuine wood surfaces must be dusted on a regular basis. A mild furniture polish may be used occasionally. To avoid limescale marks, water residue should be removed. The best way to do this is to use a highly absorbent cloth to quickly dry the surfaces after use.
Bathroom furniture with high-gloss finish surfaces should also be dried with a highly absorbent cloth. A non-abrasive car polish may be used for dirt that is hard to remove, if necessary.
Do not use window cleaners for cleaning mirrors, as they can get into the mirror edges and stain the surrounding areas. The best way to clean mirrors is to use a slightly damp microfibre cloth.
Please note: If you are unsure, try out your cleaning method in an inconspicuous area first.