Have you ever stopped to think everything we put our sinks, showers, tubs, and toilets each and every day? Don’t you think they deserve special cleaning attention? Well, ridding showers, bathtubs, toilets, and other surfaces of all sorts of buildup takes both time and elbow grease! But thankfully, modern plumbing fixtures are designed to make the job of bathroom cleaning as easy as possible.
Sink To completely and effectively clean toothpaste and soap gunk off a sink, first use an all-purpose bathroom cleaner to remove light stains and debris. For hardened deposits, you can use a more abrasive or soft-scrub cleaner, these will be easy to rinse from Ceramic surfaces. Use warm water to rinse the sink and wipe off the excess with a soft cloth. Done!
Shower Clogged shower? Wrap a bag with vinegar around the showerhead and tie it. Leave it there for about 20 minutes. The vinegar will get rid of any debris that was clogging the showerhead. For the rest of the shower simply spray all purpose bathroom cleaner on the tiles, walls and glass and wait about 5 minutes. Then wipe off the cleaner from the glass and scrub the tiles with a firm brush. Rinse with warm water and enjoy a clean shower!
Glass door First thing’s first! Avoid any abrasive cleaners when cleaning a glass door, as these may damage the finish. In its place, use an all purpose bathroom cleaner or a paste of 1-to-1 baking soda and warm water. Then wipe off the excess detergent and rinse with warm water.
Toilet Nobody likes to do it, but nobody likes a dirty toilet either! The first thing you should do to effectively clean a toilet is to pour some cleaner in the bowl and leave it there for more than a few minutes! The cleaner works slowly to get rid of germs and stains. After that brush the sides of the bowl with a toilet brush (remember to always have a fresh one!)
The main thing to never lose out of perspective when cleaning any room of the house is that maintaining a periodic cleaning routine and cleaning out every room each week or every two weeks is easier than waiting a few months to perform a deep clean of everything. The first requires just a bit of effort and the latter requires a much more bigger effort and strain.
Remember! Clean your house constantly!