Did you know that there should be a double deep cleaning with bathrooms from the rest of the room in the house? Read on these steps to speed up the cleaning of your bathroom. Keep your surfaces, walls, floor, shower, and toilet sparkling clean.
Clear The Clutter
If the bathroom is covered in stuff, you have to remove first all of your products from the shower and/or bathtub. Anything else that’s standing in the way will have to go including the towels and rugs should be outside the bathroom.
While you’re preparing to clean, you must open the window if you have one so that there is lots of air circulating once you bring out the cleaning supplies. If you don’t have a window, you can turn on the fan.
Vacuum All Surfaces
Long hair or short, if you’ve got hair there’s a strong probability that a lot of it ends up on your bathroom floor. Ditto for the dust that floats in the air around us. That’s why vacuuming before you start scrubbing is important since it provides you with a blank surface to work on.
With the hose attachment on your vacuum cleaner, start by vacuuming the entire floor, including corners, behind and around the toilet, and under your vanity. Vacuum your shower floor and your bathroom countertops as well. When you’re done, give the head of the vacuum attachment a quick wipe down, and set the vacuum a side. Says, Laura Mueller.
Clean The Shower And Tub
Spray the tub and shower area with a generous layer of all-purpose bathroom cleaner, and allow the product to stand while you clean elsewhere. The standing time helps the cleanser to dissolve oils and soap scum, so you’ll need less elbow grease to remove it.
Tiles, Walls, And Ceilings
Spray all surfaces like countertops, tile, walls, and the ceiling with an all-purpose cleaner. Run the shower for five minutes to build up steam. Shut the door and let the steam and cleaner mix for 20 minutes. Then wipe down all surfaces with a clean cloth. For walls and ceilings, you can use a microfiber mop to reach the high spaces says, Virginia Duan.
Clean The Toilet
Coat the entire toilet bowl with a toilet cleaner — preferably one with bleach. Scrub the bowl hard with a toilet brush and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes. While that is sitting, wipe down outside of your toilet with a disinfectant wipe, as well as the outer lid, and then the inner lid. Then, use a bathroom-specific disinfectant spray and leave it on for as long as the cleaner recommends (usually 10 minutes). Don’t forget to spray the flush handle. Then wipe everything down with clean clothes.
Don’t Forget The Shower
Take it from the top: Pour an ample amount of white vinegar into a plastic grocery bag (enough to fully submerge the showerhead nozzle) and tie it in place for an overnight soaking. Remove it in the morning and run the water to rinse. Give plastic shower curtains and liners a spin in the washing machine with your regular detergent and a few old towels, which act as scrubbers to help get rid of soap scum and mildew. Rehang to dry. For shower doors, make a paste by adding a few drops of distilled white vinegar to a cup of baking soda; apply it directly to the door (it’s nice and thick, so it will stick). Let sit for an hour, then rub with a microfiber cloth. Rinse and buff dry with a fresh, dry microfiber cloth. The tub is less of an issue—a weekly scrubbing is usually enough. But for extra gleam, fill it with hot water, then drain. Apply a bathroom cleaner and let sit for 15 minutes before scrubbing. Says, Nicole Sforza.
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