The most used room in any household is the bathroom. It is one of the most challenging places to clean and maintain. Also, it experiences the most attack from soap scum, dust, and spotty mirrors as it has the perfect atmosphere to host germs and bacteria because of the steam from the shower. Below are some simple tips to follow that will help you reduce bacteria, and maintain the sparkly cleanliness of your bathroom.
Bathtub Cleaning Tips
Bathroom Glass Door Cleaning Tips
Dirty bathroom glass doors and glass bathroom walls can make an otherwise clean bathroom look sloppy. Sadly it is not smooth sailing cleaning bathroom glass; you don’t just grab a glass cleaner or soapy sponge with a rag. With a little dedication and knowledge, there’s no chance for those hard water spots to stay!
Action: Wet the bathroom glass by splashing water from a bucket or using a bathroom spray. Saturate the bathroom glass using white vinegar in a spray bottle. Leave it on for 10mins, so it soaks in, extends further for more robust build-up, so there is dissolving of soap scums and hard water spots. Use baking soda as an abrasive by dipping your scrub sponge into it and scrubbing the glass. Use fresh water to rinse off glass once clean and satisfactory. After you shower or bathe daily, wipe down your bathroom glass using a squeegee that you should always keep there. Although it’s higher cost advice, install a water softener to help. Keep your bathroom glass dry.
Reason: Additionally reduces mineral build-up on your bathroom glass and faucets.
Bathroom Mirror Cleaning Tips
Reason: Removes streaks and stains so you can use your mirror.
Toilet Bowl Cleaning Tips
If your toilet can flush, you can clean it; although it’s a daunting task, it’s a worthwhile task.
Wall Tiles Cleaning Tips
Action: Wipe off the walls using a wet cloth to remove debris, sand and loose dirt. In a bucket mix vinegar (half cup), hot water and dish soap (half a tablespoon). With a sponge dip into the mixture and scrub off bathroom tiles, rinsing off sponge afterward. Dry off the walls using a microfiber cloth. You can use a hand steamer or vacuum cleaner to clean your wall tiles. Clean from top to bottom. Use non-abrasive tools to avoid damaging grout
Reason: Cleans away microscopic film and hard water stains that invites more dirt and germs.
Don’t undo all the work you’ve done by leaving chemicals on the surface. Rinse off all your cleaning tools, sponges, and cloth. Most importantly, enjoy your bathroom. Please check here for more bathroom tips and improvement
About The Author: Cathy Yan: Running guest house business and at the same time taking care of her baby boy, Kai. Although being a mother and a career woman at the same time is quite challenging for her, she also likes to take care of her family. Cathy’s mission is to share her experience and inspiration to help people create a cozy home.
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