The small black and white tool is from an old phone it does a lot of the same things as the nut pick. But if two people need the same tool it is nice to have more than one.
Toothpicks also help to get into small areas. Cotton swabs also help to get into the tight corners.
I always have screw drivers with me. The flat head one is great for getting into the tight spaces. Rap a rag around the end of it and it will fit where a lot of other things will not. The slats of the micro wave or the door to the oven . It gets into those spaces and helps you to clean them.
Make sure that you do the wet paper towel before you shampoo the rug or you will have hair in wet clumps all over the rug. Not good.
One more problem area that some other people might have as well and not know how to take care of it. It is this.....
If the shower head can not get water out of it anymore because of the hard water deposits. Try this, put some white vinegar in a plastic bag ( no holes in it) put it over the shower head and tie it on with a twist tie or some thing to keep it in place. Leave it over night. In the morning take the bag off and with a stiff scrub brush, brush it and the hard water should be gone. If it is not all gone after you have used the shower put the bag back on and let it sit all day and brush it again before you go to bed it should be gone.
Pumice stones work really well for the hard water rings in the toilets. Turn the water off by the wall. Flush the toilet. Use the pumice stone on the areas that have the hard water marks. Turn the water back on let it fill the tank and flush to clean the bowl out. Works very well.
I hope that these things help you with your cleaning, like they do when I am on the job doing cleaning for people.
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