Because you rely on your bathroom to keep your body clean, it’s only natural that it’s a spotless space in your home. Your room can rapidly become home to bacteria, fungi, and undesirable odors as a result of water, steam, and increased filth (gross but true).
Forte says to prevent mildew and another buildup, it’s best to deep clean your space at least every one to two weeks, depending on how often you wipe down your shower, sweep the floor, or disinfect faucets. That said, toilets, sinks, and other high-traffic areas should be cleaned weekly. To lighten the load (you have laundry and grocery shopping to do, after all), there are little things you can do daily to make for a cleaner space: wipe up any spills or splatters on the mirror, keep the sink and countertops dry, and wipe down the toilet seat and faucet handles every two to three days.
Forte recommends deep cleaning your space at least once every one to two weeks to prevent mildew and another buildup, depending on how frequently you wipe down your shower, sweep the floor, or disinfect faucets. Having said that, toilets, sinks, and showers.
Keep grout from getting dingy and yellow by giving it a good scrub once a week, especially if you have a tile-lined shower. When you observe grout haze (if you know what I mean), follow this tried-and-true method:
- Combine 1 gallon water and 3/4 cup home chlorine bleach. CLR Fresh Scent Bath and Kitchen Cleaner is another ready-made choice.
- Wearing rubber gloves, apply the mixture to one small area at a time with a firm brush. Take care not to splash the liquid on yourself or the surrounding surfaces.
- Allow sitting for a few minutes before scrubbing and rinsing.
Not only is your bathroom sink one of the first areas to accumulate dirt and grime — think hair strands and toothpaste buildup — but it also houses a plethora of bacteria.
- Using a cloth or sponge, wipe the bathroom sink with a disinfecting bathroom cleaner such as Clorox or Lysol.
- Spray or wipe faucet handles with a disinfectant spray or wipe and leave them moist for the time specified on the packaging to destroy germs.
In Bathroom cleaning, not only do you want to keep your toilet bowl gleaming white, but you also want to keep the seat and handle germ-free. With this simple step-by-step tutorial, you can cover all the bases:
- Apply a toilet bowl cleanser, such as Lysol, liberally, and let sit for up to five minutes before scrubbing with a stiff-bristled toilet brush. After that, flush.
- Use disinfectant wipes, such as Clorox or Lysol, to clean the toilet seat and handle.
- Don’t forget to clean your toilet brush. Allow the toilet brush to dry in the caddy after use and spray with disinfectant.
The Bathroom Floor
You should clean your bathroom floor as soon as you see filth and grime. Because flooring can rapidly lose its luster, Forte suggests using low-sudsing cleansers to avoid leaving behind residue that would dull the shine and attract future filth. Many professionals provide cleaning services in Conyer, Ga.
- If your floor is okay, spray it with CLR Bath and Kitchen Cleaner. If the fumes irritate you, open the bathroom windows and door, and turn on the fan, if you have one, to bring in the fresh air and speed up the drying process.
- For nasty grout that won’t come clean with the multi-purpose cleaner, use a brush and a bleach-containing cleanser like Soft Scrub Gel Cleanser with Bleach. Rinse and pat dry.
- Use an adjustable steam mop if you don’t want to get your hands soiled. Choose “high or scrub” for difficult chores or “mop or medium” for daily cleanings.
There is no place for mildew and mold, especially in a setting where you rely on good hygiene. Clean your tub frequently to stay ahead of the filth using this step-by-step guide:
- If your surface is safe, spray CLR Bath and Kitchen Cleaner in the tub and shower regions. To make fumes less irritating, open the bathroom windows and door and, if you have one, switch on the bathroom fan.
- Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Bath contains micro scrubbers and foamy cleansers that dissolve and wipe away soap scum for a harsh scrub. Simply wet the sponge and squeeze it to activate the foam before cleaning.
Remember to look up: Vacuum the dust from the bathroom fan’s grill and clean the rest with a soap and water solution, ensuring that none of the internal parts are wet. If the grill is removable, clean it by soaking it in sudsy water, then rinsing and drying it.