When cleaning the bathroom, you should always be very careful with your sponge.
It can cause a number of problems, and not all people will be as protective of their precious sponge as they should be.
To help protect yourself from any damage, the following steps will help you remove the sponge from the shower and wash it thoroughly.
First, remove the plastic bag holding the sponge in place.
If the sponge has been sitting in a bathtub for a while, the plastic might be leaking.
To remove it, simply gently squeeze it and gently wipe the inside of the plastic.
If there are any stubborn spots, remove them with a sponge brush or toothbrush.
If you don’t know how to remove a sponge, ask a professional.
It’s best to remove it with a water softener, such as Tide or Home Depot’s “Soup Cleaner.”
If you want to take a sponge to a local salon or spa, use a sponge comb and brush to remove all the excess.
Then, brush it into a bowl.
Use the sponge to wash the sponge and scrub off any residue.
Once it’s dry, put it in a clean plastic bag and let it sit in the refrigerator.
If it’s been sitting for too long, use the sponge brush to scrub away any remaining soap.
After it’s dried, wash it again with warm water, but not hot.
The sponge should stay clean.
To wash your sponge in a regular cycle, take a shower with the sponge.
If your shower water isn’t clean enough, you can also try using a regular washing machine to rinse your sponge and brush.
After washing your sponge, use soap and water to thoroughly scrub it.
You should be able to remove most of the soap and most of any residue with a soft cloth, such the ones you may find at a grocery store.
Next, use an oil-based toothbrush or brush to clean any other bits of the sponge that you may have on your fingers or on your towel.
It is best to wipe away any debris or dirt that might be left behind with a damp cloth, so that it can be easily wiped away.
To finish, apply a soft cleanser, such an old toothbrush, to the sponge again.
You can also apply a scrub to the towel, which will help remove any remaining dirt and debris.
Finally, wash your shower with hot water to help remove excess soap.