Bathroom Cleaning Tips

Bathroom Cleaning Tips

No one likes cleaning bathrooms because it takes a lot of time and effort to remove all the dirt, soap scum, and grime. Use these bathroom cleaning tips quickly and efficiently.

Bathroom Cleaning Tips

Bathroom Cleaning Tips

  • Tidy up by moving all items out of their usual spots. Doing this step for the entire bathroom at once, instead of as you go, will produce better results. Remove all of your products from the shower and/or bathtub. Toss any used towels and rugs outside the room. Move any items from counters outside too – don’t forget to grab any trash cans!
  • Get rid of all the dust in your home by using a duster with a long handle to remove any cobwebs from high corners, light fixtures, and vents. If you can’t reach them with the duster, use a stepladder. Once you’re done with that sweep or vacuum up any hair or debris on the floor.
  • To clean your shower, start by spraying it down with an all-purpose cleaner or an acid-based cleaner if there is significant buildup. Be sure to treat the shower track and inside the shower door or shower curtain as well. let the cleaning solution soak for a bit before scrubbing away.
  • Don’t forget other surfaces! After you’ve sprayed your all-purpose cleaner on a cloth or sponge, use it to wipe down any towel racks, shelves, baseboards, doors, blinds and windowsills. Work in sections from the top of the room to the bottom and left to right. Make your floor cleaning solution by filling a bucket with the prescribed amount of all-purpose cleaner, baking soda and warm water.
  • At this point, the cleaner will already have done a lot of the work for you. All you need to do is lightly scrub away any loose dirt and buildup. Be sure to clean all walls, floors and other surfaces before rinsing them off.
  • Wipe down the shower and bathtub after you finish using them, then put everything back in its place. If your shower has a door, clean it with glass cleaner to prevent streaks.
  • To clean your bathroom vanity area, start by spraying all-purpose cleaner on the sink, faucets and countertops. Wipe with a cloth until everything is clean. If there is any buildup in the sink or soap dish, use a scrubby sponge to loosen it before wiping it away. To clean your mirror, use glass cleaner sprayed onto a cloth. Finally, dust cabinet faces with a dampened cloth rubbed along them lightly.
  • The following instructions will ensure your toilet is clean: Regularly scrub inside your toilet with an all-purpose cleaner. If there is a build-up, use a toilet-specific cleaner, brush it away, then flush. Next, spray the all-purpose cleaner on the outside of the toilet seat and wipe it down with a clean cloth.
  • Use a mop to clean the floor. First, dip the mop into the bucket of cleaning solution, then squeeze out any excess water. Next, scrub the bathroom floor until it is clean. Once the floor is dry, put away the trash can and your freshly laundered rugs.

Best Way to Clean a Bathroom

If you want a clean bathroom without all the hassle, follow these tips to keep it tidy between washings:

  • A hand-held vacuum is an easy way to clean up hair and other daily debris in the bathroom.
  • To avoid ring around your shower or bathtub, install a hair-catcher in your drain. When water doesn’t properly drain, it causes an unsightly ring to form.
  • Wipe shower walls down with a squeegee after every use to prevent water stains.
  • To keep your home from getting cluttered, store smaller items in bins and baskets.

Cleaning Tips for Bathroom Surfaces

The quickest tell-tale sign of a clean bathroom is its sparkling surfaces, so bear this in mind as you scrub. For added protection, wear rubber gloves.

  • To start, clean your walls, windows and ceilings. If there’s any mildew present on These surfaces, don’t fret – using a spray bottle simply spray it with bleach or disinfectant. Make sure to test the products in a small area first to see if they’re safe for that particular surface before proceeding. After that, scrub the remaining mildew away with a sponge or rag then rinse the surface off with water.
  • Keep your shower or bathtub clean by spraying it with a bathroom cleaner and scrubbing the surfaces down regularly, focusing on any problem areas. If you have limescale build-up, commercial limescale removers can be effective, or try soaking your shower head in vinegar for a few hours to dissolve the scale.
  • Polish your bathroom counters and make them shine by cleaning the sinks, taps, and counters. Simply use a bathroom cleaner, let it sit for a few minutes to soak in, then scrub away any soap scum or toothpaste stains. Rinse with hot water after you’re done scrubbing, then buff the taps clean with a cloth.
  • Cup your hand around a cloth or small towel and lightly spray it with glass cleaner. Wipe the inside of the mirror in a circular motion until you see the toothpaste splatters disappear. If you want extra shine, take crumpled-up newspaper and give the mirror another once-over.

What Are the Essential Cleaning Tools for a Bathroom?

Here’s what you’ll need: a toilet brush, some clean cloths or rags, one or two sponges, rubber gloves, a plunger, dustpan and brush combo, stiff-bristled brush (toilet bowl brushes work great for this), mop with replaceable head (for hard-to-reach places), squeegee (bathroom windows tend to get foggy fast), and finally your favorite all natural cleaning products.

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