Nearly every component of your bathroom is prone to dirt, grime and stains. From your sink and floors to your toilet bowl and walls; you can’t avoid it, so the only thing left to do is clean it!
Bathroom cleaning is a must for sanitary reasons. But it also saves you from the embarrassment of showing guests to a filthy bathroom! Now, the question is how one can make these home cleaning easy and efficient?
Well, to answer that question, let us show you different bathroom cleaning tasks that give best results.
The frequent uses of your bathroom sink will bound to leave it dirty and grimy on a daily basis.
Make a solution of 1 part liquid detergent (preferably a bleach-based product) and two parts water to remove these residues and stains. Pour this into a spray bottle and douse the entire sink; wait for a few minutes before you start cleaning. Use a soft or light abrasive scrubber to remove dirt and stains. Do this before rinsing the sink to reveal a squeaky clean surface!
2. Bathroom Fixtures
Your stainless steel bathroom fixtures are prone to hard water stains and grime. They may not need daily cleaning but 3-4 times a week is a good idea to kill germs and keep them from looking dull.
For this, mix one tablespoon of baking soda in 1 cup of white vinegar to make your cleanser. In cleaning, dip a soft sponge into the solution. Squeeze out some of the excess liquid and clean your stainless steel fixtures.
Vinegar doesn’t just clean, but it also helps to sanitize surfaces while bringing back their shine!
3. Toilet Bowl
Most people use an acid-based cleaner for this. But the stubborn stains found at the bottom of the bowl do not come out easy with other types of cleaners. Not even hard scrubbing for that matter.
Try this simple and effective cleaning method. Pour half a cup of acidic cleaner into the bowl and leave it overnight. Come morning, the majority of stains and any discoloration will be removed.
You can deal with the rest by using a toilet brush to clean the interiors before flushing to rinse away the dirt!
A cleaner with some amount of acid content to let your walls self-clean themselves. Do this by mixing equal parts of water and your chosen cleaner and pour it into a spray bottle. Next, wet every inch of your wall using this solution and leave it for a good 4-5 hours.
After the sitting time, take a clean bathroom brush or scrubber. Dampen it and begin wiping your walls from top to bottom. Finish off by splashing the walls with mugs of water to rinse the cleaner off.
For your floors, you may perform spot cleaning unless they are very soiled. If you clean daily though, this method is quick, easy and efficient!
Make a strong solution of water and floor cleaner and pour it into a squeezy bottle. Squirt the cleaner onto stains or marks on the floor and brush them away. If needed, rinse the area with a little water and push it down the drain with a squeegee.
Remember, keeping your floors dry for a long time will help prevent dirt stains and marks from forming.