How to clean stubborn stains?

Not only our clothes get dirty, but even various surfaces around the house are not completely resistant to stains. Here is how you will get rid of persistent stains.

We all sometimes have a stubborn stain on the shower tiles, the kitchen ceramic or marble that refuses to come off despite vigorous rubbing with soap or wiping with a cloth. Each surface has unique stains according to the nature of its use and the natural characteristics of the material of which it is made. This is how you can strengthen and clean the various surfaces around the house properly.


Marble surfaces

The working surface, the marble counter top, that we usually have in the kitchen can be stained by foods prepared on it or such formed in contact with water. Wine, beetroot, pomegranate, oil and spices such as turmeric and paprika may leave marks on the marble counter top. As with any stain care it is important to ensure immediate action and not wait for the stain to dry and deepen its grip on the surface. Various acids, degreasers and bleach are prohibited for use on marble and Caesarstone and can lead to disintegration of the material. So what can be used?

Sano Caesarstone, marble and granite - a unique product developed in cooperation with Caesarstone Ltd. The active ingredient in the preparation is made of fine mineral powder that does not harm the natural stone. Spread some of the material on a cleaning sponge, rub the stain and wash with clean water. The counter top in the kitchen is naturally exposed to water, as a result of which there may be limescale stains. Vinegar and lemon salt are known as limescale removers, but they are acidic, and therefore it is not recommended to use them on the counter top. Sano Jet can be used in the kitchen or Sano Clear to clean windows. As a preventive treatment, you can use limescale filter on the water system in your home.

Bathroom tiles

Moisture and water vapor accumulate in the bathroom, causing mold stains. The best way to get rid of mold is by using bleach. Bleach sterilizes and destroys bacteria and fungus. Sometimes the mold develops between the joints of the porcelain tiles, in which case it is recommended to clean the area with Sano Javel spray, or Sano Mold Removal spray, specifically developed for this purpose.
Rust stains are also quite common in bathrooms. Rust is created when metal is exposed to water and oxygen. How do you clean it? Spray Sano Anti Kalk, wait some ten minutes and rub thoroughly. If you do not have Sano Anti Kalk, spread some salt on the stain, so that it covers the stain and pore juice from a whole lemon over it. Wait about an hour and rub thoroughly using a toothbrush.


The walls of the house are not resistant to stains, especially in places exposed to the touch of the hands that absorb dark stains, and, of course, color scribbles, stains created by furniture or chairs and shoe stains.
The ultimate wall cleaner is the Wonder Sponge, which removes almost any stain, even those that are extremely old. By the way, in fresh stains, wipe it with a wet wipe, that should suffice.
By the way, if it is a plaster wall, be sure to use only a wet cloth and of course do not expose the plaster to running water that can cause irreversible damage.