How to Clean a Bathroom

Cleaning the bathroom is the most important things that every person should know. Here’s what you need to do so you can have a clean bathroom.

Put the toiletries and all the items in the bathroom in their respective places o they are not scattered all over the bathroom. Close all the cabinets and take out the empty bottles out of the bathroom, especially those that does not belong on the bathroom. Put all the dirty clothes and towels on the hamper. Put on your rubber gloves.

Next, you should start on your toilet. Put on bleach or toilet bowl cleaning solution. Be careful for some of bleach can cause suffocation and strong odors. Let the solution stays for 20-30 minutes. Wait for the bleach to sit it.

Sweep the floor. Bathrooms accumulate a great deal of hair and other detritus. Use a rubber bristle broom to get the dirt between tiles.Wipe all the hair on the tub using a paper towel. Wipe a cleaning solution on the tub and on your shower walls. Wash the mildew on the anti-slip tub. Soak it on a hot water and add some bleach. Scrub the bathtub as well. Don’t forget the shower curtain; it is also prone to mildew. You can soak it on hot water and spray it on a part where there mildew. If it is washable, wash it on a washing machine. Once the washing is done, rinse the tub and the shower with hot water. Hot water dries faster.

Now it’s time to start cleaning the sink and counter area. You may use whichever cleaning product you used on the tub, but use it sparingly as it is harder to rinse the soap off a counter. Scrub all the soap scum and tooth paste off, rinsing your sponge thoroughly as you go along. A toothbrush or cotton swabs can be handy for getting the junk out from between the tap and handles. Never use the same rag or paper towel you used in cleaning the toilet. This can spread leftover disease-causing germs to your sink and counter area.

Then return to the toilet, scrub all the dirt with a toilet brush, getting the solution-infused bowl water under the rim. Spray the rim and lid of the bowl with the same cleanser you used on your tub and sink. Wipe or use disinfectant towelettes, much easier for getting all the nooks and crannies of the seat and lid. If you are concerned about germs on the outside of the bow just spray a bit of your bleach-water solution on to the surface and let it sit for a few minutes before wiping. Always wear gloves when cleaning your toilet & only use those gloves for cleaning the bathroom. Don’t use the same that you use in the kitchen. It can cause cross contamination & could make you & your family very ill. It is also a good idea to use paper towels when wiping the exterior of the toilet so you can dispose of them after use.

Wash the walls, molding, and windows if necessary. If these are made of wood, hot, soapy water from a bucket should be used. If they are tiled, you can use the same cleaning product you used on your tub and sink. If you want a germ free cabinets and drawers use a hot soapy bleach water. Clean the ceiling. The aforementioned bleach-water solution in a spray bottle can be used to eliminate mildew spots on the ceiling as well.

Use a glass cleaner when cleaning the windows and mirror with paper towels. Don’t use soap, bleach and sponge on glass. It will not shine.
18. Mop the floor with a hot soapy bleach water. And mop it again and remove the slippery soap. Get out of the bathroom and clean the mop. Dispose the sponge that you use. Wash your hands and change your clothes to avoid contamination.

And there you have it! You’ve successfully battled a dirty job and won!

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