Bathrooms Cleaning Tips
Bathrooms Cleaning Tips
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Next on the spring clean up is the area that gets used by everybody all the time: the bathroom. Like the kitchen, the bathroom also gets cleaned on a fairly regular basis (hopefully!). This is another area that will need to get extra attention, since some areas are usually cleaner than others.
Begin by doing the same Ajax powder procedure, except this time put some of that power on the toilet bowl and let it settle in. You will get to the toilet bowl later.
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For now, begin by gauging the amount of dust and bathroom product that might be lying on the porcelain tops. Most bathrooms have white surfaces, so it may be hard to see how dirty these surfaces really are. Take a microfiber towel to the bathroom sink and get all the debris off of the top surface prior to using any cleaning products.
Once the white surfaces have been preliminarily cleaned, you can use some products to tackle harder to remove stains. Take a bathroom surface cleaner such as Clorox Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner and spray it on top of the porcelain surfaces around the bathroom sink. Let it soak for a couple of minutes before removing it with a microfiber towel.
Certain steel faucet heads can begin to develop calcium in certain areas when neglected. Make sure you are scrubbing these areas with a steel wool or a wire brush to remove these deposits. Extra spring clean up points for removing the faucet handles and thoroughly cleaning the faucet.
Cleaning your bathroom tiles may seem like a tedious endeavor. However, it is very satisfying to see the tile brighten up when cleaned properly. And, you’ll get to enjoy it every day.
If you would like to try your hand at a homemade cleaner, mix baking soda with hot water and a little bit of vinegar to create a nice bathroom tile cleaner.
Use your new homemade house cleaning product to clean the tiles with either a microfiber towel, or even better, a cleaning brush. Try to pay attention to the clear fillings between tiles, which may have faded over time.
Bonus: Trust me, no one likes this part. But, it has to be done at some point. You need to clean the hair out of your shower and sink drains. It builds up, and will cause a backup at some point. Tackling it before it is a problem is the best way to go.
Use a thin metal coat hanger by cutting it, and creating a hook. Get a set of gloves for your hands, and reach down the drain with your new DIY hook. Make several passes, pulling out as much hair as you can.
Now that the toilet bowl has been soaking for a while, you are ready to take a brush and clean the inside of the bowl. For better cleaning, try to get your hands on some Clorox Toilet Bowl Cleaner and put it right on the brush. This will take the product wherever you need it the most, and will ensure a maximum clean on the most important area of this room.
Finally, you don’t want to forget about the shower. A clean home is a happy home, and the shower is included. Use the same bathroom cleaner you used on the white surfaces to clean shower and door handles, shelves, and any other corners that might have developed soap scum.
You could also use a powerful cleaner like Scrubbing Bubbles Shower Foamer to make the job a little easier. Make sure you let it soak in for a couple of minutes before taking a brush or sponge to your shower and make everything look squeaky-clean.
Finally, sweep and mop the floor, similar to what you did in the kitchen.
- Scrub counter, faucets, and tile
- Scrub toilet
- Deep clean shower basin, walls, and door
- Remove hair from sink/shower drains
- Sweep and mop floor