Are you sometimes curious about where all the germs and bacteria come from? it is because of the steam, water, and grime from your clothes, and your body, … Therefore, in order to prevent mold and other kinds of build-up, it’s best to deep clean your space at least once a week. When it comes […]
Are you sometimes curious about where all the germs and bacteria come from? it is because of the steam, water, and grime from your clothes, and your body, … Therefore, in order to prevent mold and other kinds of build-up, it’s best to deep clean your space at least once a week. When it comes you need to refresh your entire bathroom, follow our tips and steps on how to clean it.
When it comes to cleaning the entire house, is the bathroom the place you clean up last? As the bathroom is the place where keeps your body clean, it should be the cleanest room in your house. However, cleaning the bathroom often wastes your time and energy, so let’s refer to the following steps to save cleaning time:
For best results, do this step for the entire bathroom at once rather than one at a time. Remove all your products from the shower and/or bath. Throw all used towels and carpets out of the room. Also, remove any items from the bathroom counters. Don’t forget to throw away the trash bags and clean the cans.
To get rid of dust, grab your feather duster with a long handle to clear cobwebs in corners, lights, or air vents. If you are still unable to reach the cobwebs, use a ladder to climb up. Then sweep or vacuum the floors to pick up hair and other debris that may have fallen on the floors.
Use an all-purpose cleaner if you clean regularly, or an acid-based cleaner if you have heavy build-up in your shower. Don’t forget the shower track and, if necessary, the inside of the shower door. Let it soak.
Spray the all-purpose cleaner onto your cleaning materials (e.g. microfiber cloth, sponge, etc.) and clean towel rails, shelves, baseboards, doors, blinds, and window frames. Wipe it all from top to bottom, left to right for better efficiency.
Fill a bucket or a pot with warm water and a moderate amount of all-purpose cleaner.
At this point, the cleaner has done much of the work for you, allowing you to gently remove loose dirt and debris. Before rinsing, it would be better to clean all walls, floors and other surfaces.
Put back any removed items, clean them as needed, and then close the shower curtain or door. If you have a shower door, use glass cleaner to give it a streak-free finish.
To clean the vanity area, you should spray an all-purpose cleaner on every sink faucet and countertop, then wipe them with a clean cloth. If you have any buildup in the sink or on a soap dish, use a scouring pad to loosen it before cleaning. Use glass cleaner on your mirror. A cloth dampened with water will remove dust from the cabinet surfaces.
If you regularly scrub the inside of your toilet, the all-purpose cleaner should get the job done. For buildup, spray or dust a special toilet cleaner, then scrub with a toilet brush before flushing. Spray the outside of the toilet with an all-purpose cleaner, then wipe with a clean cloth.
Dip your mop in the bucket of cleaning solution, squeeze out excess water, then wipe down the bathroom floor. Once the floor is dry, put the trash can and your freshly washed rugs back on.
Especially if you have a tiled shower, keep your grout from getting dirty and yellow by scrubbing it well every week. If you notice haze in your grout, follow these tried-and-true instructions:
The bathroom sink is not only one of the first places dirt and grime appear (think clumps of hair and a buildup of toothpaste), but also it also harbors loads of germs. The best way to clean your sink:
Not only do you want your toilet bowl to stay sparkling white, but you also want to make sure the seat and handle are germ-free. Cover all the basics with these simple, step-by-step instructions:
• Apply a generous amount of a branded toilet cleaner like Lysol and leave for up to five minutes before scrubbing with a stiff-bristled toilet brush. Then flush.
• Clean the toilet seat and handle with disinfectant wipes, including Clorox or Lysol.
• Note: Toilet brushes also need cleaning. After use, let the toilet brush dry and spray it with disinfectant.
You don’t have to wait until you see dirt and grime to clean your bathroom floor. Because floors can tarnish easily, Forte recommends using low-sudsing cleaners to avoid residue that dulls shine and attracts future dirt.
Mold and mildew have no place, especially where you rely on clean hygiene. Get a head start on dirt by cleaning your tub regularly with this step-by-step guide:
Don’t forget to look upward: Vacuum the dust from the bathroom ventilation grille and clean the rest with a solution of soap and water, being careful not to get any of the internal parts wet. If the frame is removable, soak it in soapy water to clean it, then rinse and let it dry.
Bathroom cleaning is an important part of keeping your living space clean and fresh, so don’t overlook it. It only takes a little time out of the day to clean up if you follow the steps and tips above.
Are you struggling with cleaning bathrooms? Follow our tips above to see some incredible changes.