February 17, 2016
This is a well loved, slightly neglected ultrasonic diffuser in dire need of a good scrubbing and descaling. What if I told you that you can clean your ultrasonic diffuser AND, the shower, sink and tub with only two ingredients that you probably have under your sink. Just look at the results!
This is the happy ending and an easy solution to stubborn hard water and soap scum residue. This DIY cleaner is a slight variation of an A M A Z I N G tub and shower cleaner that my sister Jill came up with several years ago. It just so happens that it's A M A Z I N G on gunky diffusers too. Best of all, no scrubbing is required and, you can shine up the bathroom and kitchen sink.
Simple, Basic and Versatile!
I love this cleaning solution, it cleans, shines, removes hard water residue (hello, well water) and keeps my diffuser purring. I can't guarantee that it's safe for every ultrasonic diffuser made but chances are it just might work for you too. If you're apprehensive, start slowly, try it on your cast iron, porcelain, acrylic tubs and sinks. Trust me, it's amazing and so economical.
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May 10, 2017
Does it have to be Palmolive dish soap. I have dawn.
Thank you! Will definitely try it. (have well water too!)
Teresa, find a good grease cutting dish soap, experiment!
Reading between the lines in the previous comments,would I be correct in guessing that it doesn’t matter what kind of detergent you use? I’m in Australia and none of the above detergents are available here.
I’ve been using this for years in the bathroom! I use the TROPICAL TRADITIONS liquid detergent.
Thanks for the tip I have well water too it just makes everything look like you don’t bother to clean ever!
Blue Dawn will work too!
I have been using this for years with the original blue Dawn dish soap and vinegar! Love it for my shower doors and the track and the build up around the bathroom faucets! I also use 2 parts hydrogen peroxide to 1 part original blue Dawn dish soap to remove stains from laundry. I use a toothbrush to gently work up the bubbles, rinse, and then throw it in with the rest of your laundry. (Sorry if this is posted somewhere else) I absolutely swear by this mixture. I have even used it to successfully remove set in baby blow out and spit up stains. Just let it sit a bit before you wash.
It might, although I haven’t tried it. It might be worth your while to do a test area on your stainless sink first. Also, have you discovered Norwex microfiber cloths? They’re the only thing that will get my stainless spotless, no cleaner needed.
Will this work to remove hard water stains on stainless steel sinks and fridge (where water drips down from the water pour spout and ice dispenser inset)?
If not, what have you found that works and is relatively chemical free??
A good grease cutting dish soap is best but you certainly can experiment with what you have.
Would Generic dish soap work?
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