Sets of rubber brushes mounted on the track come alive as it snakes along, caking each compartment with soft water and mild detergent. The train passes through another three sets of brushes that spray its stainless steel body with purified (reverse osmosis) water to leave it gleaming. In just under two minutes, the open air car wash is over and the train moves into the car shed.
A. Yes. On a daily basis, use warm water and a mild detergent to clean. Use the new cleaning plug to properly secure the water/detergent for cleaning. White powder or deposits in the tub can be cleaned by using one part vinegar to 10 parts water, utilizing the cleaning plug as a measuring device (see User Manual for details). However, the heating plate at the bottom of the tub cannot be taken apart from the base for cleaning.
I've been reading a bit about saving money on cleaning products recently and keep seeing something along the lines of, "clean using a solution of water and mild detergent."
Is this literally warm water with a small squirt of dish washing liquid? Or are some detergents milder than others?
On the main floor off the kitchen, I have 2 blankets folded in half on top of each other. The girls like to lay on them to keep an eye on me when I’m cooking. To clean blankets, it’s as simple as laundering the materials in a washing machine. It is best to use hot water and a mild detergent soap to help kill any insect eggs that may be harboring amongst the bedding. It is preferable to line dry in natural sunlight.