How to Keep Your Bathroom Clean
- Shower Head – Free your showerhead from the nasty buildup. Place the head in a vinegar lined plastic resealable bag and fasten the bag with a rubber band. Leave for an hour in there. Let it run for 1 or 2 minutes after removing the container, and clean it. Your showerhead was never really that clean!
- The Toilet – You will need a cola can for this process. Just pour it over the pot. Let it stay for 30 to 60 minutes, and then scrub away. You may also use 1/4 cup mouthwash instead of cola, or vinegar again. It’ll destroy the bacteria all over.
- The Use Of An Oil Steam Engine – Steam destroys bacteria and can be a good remedy for cleaning walls and floors. But to give the bathroom smell a fresh natural scent, you should add some essential oil to the water too.
- Using a Lemon To Clean Hard Water Stains – This method is simple and clever. Take a lemon, and break it halfway. For each trouble spot using each half as a brush. It’s especially good for surfaces of chrome. You should apply some salt to the tougher spots, too.
- Mirrors – Don’t forget to clean the glass surfaces and mirrors. So if you have forgotten to buy any special spray, don’t worry. Domestic baking soda is a perfect way of making surfaces shiny. Or brew 3 black tea bags and sprinkle in a spray bottle. Wipe it with a newspaper after wiping onto the mirrors.
- Wash Basin In The Bathroom – There are some ideas to help keep your sink clean. Put some baking soda on your sink or white vinegar and rinse with hot water. Brush a lemon onto your tub’s metal bits.
- Using Dryer Sheets In Your Bowl To Combat The Rings – This approach involves wearing rubber gloves. Take a few dryer sheets, and clean the toilet ring until the spots are gone. You should rinse the bowl with a sponge, too. Apply a cleaning agent to the entire surface of your toilet and then continue cleaning with the sponge on the inner walls (do not forget to wear gloves).
More Ways To Keep Your Bathroom Sparking Clean
- Clean the sink counters.
- Check mirror spots and streaks if need to be washed.
- Wipe the cover and toilet handle.
- Check the side of the toilet and the base for disinfecting urine drips if appropriate.
- Sweep floor and clean spot if necessary.
- Checking trash if needed to be empty.
- Towels straighten. When required replace them with clean ones.
- Check toilet paper and tissue boxes if necessary.
- Sweep the place, and mop it.
- Baseboards dust, wall tile, and wainscotting. Clean spot if needed.
- Clean the sink and rinse, and polish the faucet. Also clean the underside if it is a pedestal sink (drips appear to collect here), water supply hoses, shut off valves, exposed plumbing pipes and pedestal. If your sink appears to accumulate gunk around the edge of the countertop where it brushes, clean the area with an angled grout brush. Try scratching it away with an old credit card, if that doesn’t work.
- Take all items off the countertop. Clean it and get it dry. If there’s a white or grey haze around the faucet that isn’t going to come off with regular washing, you’ve built up hard water. Test our map for the best way to get rid of our hard water cleaner.
- Clean the dish with soap.
- The toothbrush holder or cup is washed, disinfected and rinsed.
- Wash the mirrors and the frame wax.
- Toilet bowl clean.
- Clean the entire outside of the toilet, paying careful attention to the area of the seat hinge and the base where urine drips continue to accumulate.
- Wash and dry the stall for the shower/tub, and polish the fittings.
- If you’ve got a door inside your tub or shower, clean it and clean the metal frame.
- Whether you have a curtain, dust the cord and rings over your tub or shower. Inspect shampoo drips or mould and mildew spots clean inside of the curtain if appropriate.
- Clean the tub and dry it, and polish the rod.
- Reapply spray repellant water and debris (such as Repel) to the walls ONLY from the bathtub and shower.
- Remove towels and a bathmat.
- Wipe light switches, doorknobs and surrounding areas.
- Empty the garbage bin.
- Check walls as needed and spot-clean them. You can need to polish them with a glass cleaner to maintain their mirror shine if you have tile or partial tile walls outside the bathing areas.
- Search for hard water deposition in the sink, counter, tub, shower and toilet tank. Remove with a cleaner suitable for the floor. For full specifics and how to determine which products are right for your bathroom, get hard water removal map.
- Check drains, and remove any hair that could otherwise cause potential clogs.
- Replace or refill any fragrance dispenser that you may be using.
These are some tips and tricks to Keep Your Bathroom Sparking Clean
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