Now that the holiday season is coming to a close, if you had a lot of parties and guests, your bathroom most likely needs a good cleaning. Read on for tips on cleaning your bathroom thoroughly!
A great way to clean your shower head is to use white vinegar and either a plastic bag or saran wrap. You will want to fully submerge your shower head with the white vinegar for several hours or even overnight. Once you remove the bag or plastic wrap, either run your shower or rinse it off with water.
You will also want to clean your shower curtains, which you can throw in the washing machine with vinegar and baking soda. If you are using the washing machine to clean plastic shower curtains, you should also throw in some towels since they will act as scrubbers. Do not dry your shower curtains in the dryer but instead, lay them out to dry or hang them back up.
If you have shower doors, you can make a paste with water or vinegar and baking soda. Apply it to the door and let it sit for an hour or two. Once you given the solution enough time to soak in, you can wipe it off with a microfiber cloth.
Bathroom Tiles, Walls, and Ceiling
To clean tile, walls, and the ceiling, you can use an all-purpose cleaner and the steam from the shower for an effective way to clean. If the surfaces are especially dirty, you can use vinegar and water to create a strong cleaning solution.
To clean the toilet, you can pour a cup or two of baking soda into the bowl and let it sit for a couple of minutes. If there are stubborn spots, you can use a damp pumice stone to clean off any stains without damaging the coating or surface. Once you’ve scrubbed as much as possible, you can use the toilet brush and use bleach.
You can flush out the drain in your sink by using white vinegar, baking soda, and hot water. Pour a cup of baking soda right into the drain and then pour in the white vinegar. Let the solution bubble and fizz for a couple minutes then pour hot water down the drain to clear it. This is great to do regularly since it will prevent potential blockages.
For the faucets and handles on your sink, use disinfecting spray or wipes to clear off any harmful bacteria.
For more tips on cleaning your bathroom, please refer to our next blog!
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