Four Tips to Make Cleaning the Bathroom a Breeze

The bathroom is one room in the house that can seem to get messy and cluttered very, very quickly.

Products can get left lying around after a particularly lengthy soaking session, all of the mirrors and shiny bits in there can have watermarks left behind once all of the steam has disappeared and those damp & wet towels can get left lying on the floor!

If we take things in a practical and step-by-step method we can make cleaning the bathroom fun, easy and a lot quicker. Read more abot house cleaning toronto.

Firstly, you want to put some of your favourite music on, so you can boogie as you work – that’ll help the time fly by.

OK so lets start!

The Bath and the Shower:

Anything that is in the bath or the shower you will want to take out, so any washcloths and bars of soap and body-wash products place to one side. Now using the necessary cleaning products clean the inside of the shower/bath using a scrubbing sponge to make sure it’s all clean. Then rinse with warm water making sure it’s all washed away. If you have any stainless steel taps/bars etc or any glass in that area then mix one part vinegar with three parts water and put in a spray bottle and spray and wipe away – this’ll bring it all up shining! Now put any products removed back and you’re done!

Countertops:

Any countertops or windowsills can often get cluttered and dusty, I know mine do!

So again, take everything off and sort out what you need, what you don’t need either put away or throw away. Using a spray cleaner clean all the countertop surfaces, backsplash and sinks too, then rinse all of the surfaces thoroughly. It’s OK to use your vinegar mix here too. All of the products you removed earlier you can rearrange neatly back where they was, making sure it all looks in place. If you have a toothbrush holder then take the brushes out and rinse the beaker through the dishwasher, this is important as this can get very unhygienic very quickly!

The Toilet:

Anything that is on the back of the toilet you can remove, so anything on the tank it’s best to take off – then wipe down the tank and the handle. Then use your cleaning spray on the outside of the bowl and sides of the toilet, it’s better to wipe all of this down with paper towels instead of a cloth as you can throw them away afterwards. Put toilet cleaner inside the bowl following any instructions. Clean the toilet seat top and bottom with spray and then wipe down, then you can replace anything you took from the tank.

The Floors:

You’re nearly finished now, so either mop or sweep the floors depending on what type of flooring you have, empty any bins etc tidy up and store away any towels not needed and add an air freshener or two and some potpourri.

Now you can relax and enjoy your nice clean and fresh bathroom.