Though cleaning isn’t on top of most people’s list of things to do, it’s a required chore to do. The bathroom is one of the hardest rooms to sweep. So when it’s time to do spring cleaning in your bathroom and really get in and clean from floor to ceiling here are 5 bathroom cleaning tips that make cleaning easier.
Some things are cleaner than others. Pretreating these areas is a smart idea. You may want to pour toilet bowl cleaner or bleach into the toilet and let it sit while cleaning other room pieces. If you have mildew in the tub or shower, spray it with the bleach solution or a mildew prevention product and let it stay. This will make those sticky stains a little easier to clean.
Remove the clutter and drop any old and expired medications and toiletries. Simply grab a box and throw everything from the medicine cabinet, counter top, and under the sink into it, besides towels and washcloths. Wipe the counters and cabinet and cabinet inside under the sink. Don’t forget the medicine cabinet’s top, too.
Don’t forget the details. Clean your mirrors and make bathroom sink fixtures shine. Wash any soap dishes, toothbrush holders, and containers that normally hang out or scrub them. Scrub the sink and dry thoroughly to prevent water spots.
While cleaning the tub or shower, work from top down is best. Mold and mildew tend to hide in corners and crevices, pay special attention to these areas. Scrub the tub area as well as polishing faucet and handles. Wipe dry when you’re done.
Do last floor. If you have bathroom carpeting, vacuum well and steam clean if needed. Remove and clean rugs for hard floors, then sweep or vacuum any loose dirt. Mop or clean the floor with a product for that particular type of floor covering. Pay close attention to corners and edges where germs, mold, and mildew may evolve.
Cleaning your bathroom is a lot of work, but worth the effort. I hope these 5 Bathroom Cleaning Tips help you take care of your spring cleaning and get the spiced bathroom quickly and easily.