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When my husband and I purchased our first home, we thought the black porcelain fixtures in the upstairs bathroom were unique and lovely…until we had to clean them that is!

Unless you plan on using charcoal toothpaste for the rest of your life, you should follow the steps below to avoid having white soap and toothpaste marks spoil your otherwise lovely home:

Step 1. Avoid all typical household cleaners for the bathroom as they typically contain bleach or abrasive chemicals that will scratch or dull your fixtures.

Step 2: Use a clean, damp cloth to remove unwanted debris and stains.

Step 3: Grab Pledge or a similar oil based wood/stainless steel cleaner and thoroughly spray the porcelain. Wipe clean with a soft cloth (use clean water on floor of tub or toilet seat to avoid slip and falls).

Step 4: Spray glass cleaner on a paper towel and shine your faucets and handles.

Step 5: Enjoy your like-new black bathroom fixtures!