HOW TO CLEAN YOUR BATHROOM 

Admit it. The bathroom or toilet is the last thing that you look forward to cleaning. This may be a small room but could be the dirtiest part of the house.
There may be terrifying things luring on your shower that you may not be aware of. Your shower curtain could be covered in moldy spots and develop fungi growth. The glass shower doors could develop bacteria, the walls can be streaked with soap scum, and water could back up from your tub because of a slow moving drain when hair gets flushed down it.
The bathroom is a place in the house that we use to clean ourselves. How do we clean our own body if the place we do it is unclean or not kept properly?

Cleaning Your Bathroom

10 STEPS IN CLEANING YOUR BATHROOM

1. START BY REMOVING ALL THE ITEMS FROM THEIR USUAL PLACE 

Every single item inside the bathroom should be moved to another place before you start cleaning. This will make it easier for you to clean since you do not have anything to worry or move aside every time.

2. DUST AND SWEEP THE FLOORS

Check for cobwebs that may be in the upper corners, lights and vents. Use a duster that has a long handle to reach them easily.
Sweep the floors and vacuum. This can gather and take all the hairs, dust and debris that may be piling up.

3. SPREAD CLEANER TO SHOWER AND BATHTUB

An all-purpose disinfectant can be spread out on surfaces regularly to avoid heavy build ups.

4. WORK ON ALL THE EXTERIOR PARTS

Rags should be sprayed with disinfectants and all-purpose cleaner before wiping parts of the bathroom such as racks, shelves, baseboards, doors, binds and window sills.

5. THE FORMULAS USED ON THE FLOOR SHOULD BE MIXED

There’s always a recommended amount of cleaner that you should mix to a bucket of water. Make sure that you mix them well.

6. NOW GO TO THE SHOWER AND BATHTUB

The cleanser you have spread earlier could have done its work at this point and make you brush away the bacteria and build up easily.

7. FINISHING

Wipe the items that you have removed earlier and put them back in place.

8. CLEAR THE VANITY AREA

Countertops, faucets and sink should be sprayed with all-purpose cleanser and wiped with a clean cloth afterwards.
Mirrors should be sprayed with glass cleaners. Remove the dust from the closets by using a moist cloth.

9. THE TOILET 

This part of the bathroom should always be scrubbed to maintain its cleanliness. Use an all-purpose cleaner and disinfectant to get the job done.
If build up exists, spray a cleansing solution on the toilet, scrub then flush.

10. MOP THE FLOOR 

Dip the mop that you will be using in a bucket filled with a cleaning solution. Wring excess water out of it before moping the floors.
Fresh, clean and new laundered rugs should be placed on the floor once it is dry.
Trash should be taken out and bags on the can should be replaced, click here for more information about bathroom cleaning

THERE ARE CLEANING TOOLS YOU NEED TO HAVE IN YOUR HOME 

Broom, dustpan and mop
Scrub or brush
Spray bottle
Microfiber cleaning cloths
Vacuum cleaner

TIPS IN KEEPING YOUR BATHROOM NEAT AND TIDY BETWEEN CLEANINGS 

Leave the curtain open and the door open after showering. It would help avoid a moist and soggy atmosphere wherein molds could breed.
Mop and make sure that tiles are clean and dry to stop the formation of watermarks.
The shower tray should be scrubbed using a bathroom cleanser than wiped and dried after using.
A nylon curtain can be washed using a washing machine. A monthly wash would end mildew and the growth of sap scum.
A diluted bleach solution should be used when cleaning a heavily stained curtain. Soak the curtain to clear away mold stains.
Unclog spray holes on shower heads with a needle or paperclip.
Valves can be damaged by merchandise like toothpaste. This should be disinfected frequently
With an all purpose cleaner, rinse than dry.
Concentrate on areas under the rim of the toilet bowl. S cup of washing soda crystals or bicarbonate of soda splashed in the bowl can subdue foul smells and odours.

A bathroom needs a handy vacuum to be able to pick up hairs that fell on the floor after bathing. 

A hair catcher can help evade a pile of hairs going down the drain. 

Avoid clutter by returning everything to their rightful place after using. 

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