Cleaning your bathroom may not be on your list of your favorite things to do. However, it is something that needs to be done. The good news is that you can make cleaning your bathroom a little easier on yourself.Read on for some top tips that you can make use of today.
Clean A Few Times A Week
If you don’t have the time to clean your bathroom all in one go, don’t worry. You can clean your bathroom a few times a week. Simply tackle the areas of your bathroom that need cleaning the most. Spend 5-10 minutes a few times a week on various areas of your bathroom. When you do, you’ll see how a little bit of work can make a difference.
Remove Everything From Their Usual Places
Start by removing things from the areas you want to clean. For example, if you’re planning on cleaning the sink move everything from the sink. Don’t forget to throw things in the trash if you need to.
Dust And Sweep The Bathroom
Anyone who works for a maid service will tell you to dust and sweep your bathroom. Grab a cloth and dust every surface as it can help to remove a lot of dirt. If you find cobwebs in vents or around light fittings remove those. If you’re unable to reach the cobwebs, use a stepladder to help you reach them.
As soon as you’re done dusting it’s time to sweep up. Alternatively, you could vacuum the bathroom, should you wish to. Both sweeping and vacuuming will help to pick up debris and hair from the floor.
Squirt Some Cleaning Fluid On The Bathtub And Shower
Chances are, your bathtub and shower could be a little dirty. So, before you start cleaning them squirt some cleaning fluid on them. Don’t wipe the cleaning fluid away immediately, instead, leave it to soak into the stains and dirt.
Always make sure you follow the instructions set out on the cleaning product’s label. When you do, you’re more likely to get a clean bathroom.
Deal With Some Other Surfaces
While the bathroom clean is soaking into your bathtub and shower you could clean other surfaces. Spray the cleaning fluid onto doors, windowsills, towel racks, shelves, and any other surfaces you come across.
Work from the top of your bathroom to the bottom. When you do, any dirt and debris you move will fall down. Then, you can pick it up with your cloth when you come across it.
Clean The Bathtub and Shower
Now it’s time for you to clean the bathtub and shower. By now, the cleaning fluid should have dealt with a lot of the dirt. Therefore, it should be easy for you to wipe it all away. Be sure to scrub any stubborn areas so they’re cleaned properly.
When you’re done, replace any of the items you previously set to one side.
Clean the Sink and Counter Tops
The next thing you need to do is to clean the sink and counter tops. Be sure to use a new cleaning cloth at this stage. Don’t forget to clean the faucets while you’re there.
If you have a lot of soap build-up in a soap dish or on a counter top, don’t worry. It can be easy to get rid of. Simply use a sponge that has a slightly rough side so you can scrub the build-up of soap away.
Clean the Toilet
A lot of people dread cleaning the toilet. However, it can be a relatively easy task. Simply use an all-purpose cleaner to get it clean. Scrub the toilet bowl if you need to, using a toilet brush. Flush the bowl and clean the rest of the toilet. Use an all-purpose cleaner around the toilet.
Mop The Floor
Your very last task before you leave the bathroom is to mop the floor. Fill a bucket with your chosen cleaning solution and some water. Always follow the instructions on the label. Take a mop and put it in the bucket, ensuring your get rid of any excess water on the mop.
Clean the bathroom floor starting from the area furthest away from the door. Mop the floor and allow it to dry. If you’re concerned that the floor is still a little dirty, clean it again. Allow the floor to dry and replace the trash can.
As you can see, cleaning a bathroom does not have to be a big deal. If you cannot clean your entire bathroom in one go, do one or two tasks every now and again. When you do, you’ll find it easier to stay on top of the cleaning.
Use the above tips to help you clean your bathroom so it’s a more pleasant room to spend time in.