7 Bathroom Cleaning Tips by HomeClean Maids

7 Bathroom Cleaning Tips by HomeClean Maids

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The Bathroom is one of the most frequently used rooms in a house, where we rely on to keep our body clean. So that place should be the cleanest room in your house. Isn’t it?

But if I ask, which room in the house is the dirtiest? Bitter, but the truth is “it’s my bathroom”. Due to water, dust, steam, soap scum, and added grime, your bathroom can easily create the perfect atmosphere for a home to bacteria, fungus, and unwanted odors. 

So bathing showers, bathtubs, sinks, toilets, and other surfaces of your bathroom deserve special deep cleaning attention to get rid of lurking germs and bacteria.

Even though it is hardest to clean & sanitary your bathroom, today we are going to teach you how to clean it fast and professionally.

Continue reading and you will realize the process is not as complicated as you think.

First things First!

  • Gather your cleaning supplies at once.

First, you need to gather everything that you may need to clean your bathroom. This will help to reduce the cleaning time because you don’t have to run for finding some tools while you are in the middle of the process of cleaning.

Here we have listed some cleaning supplies you will need.

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  • Hand gloves
  • Surface cleaning spray
  • Tile, grout & tub cleaner
  • Glass cleaner
  • Brush to scrub
  • sponge
  • Bucket of water
  • Toilet bowl cleaner
  • Long handle duster
  • Clean rags
  • Some towels
  • Sweeper

Removeall products from their usual spot.

Then it’s better to remove all the bathroom products including makeups, shampoo, conditioners, and all the items which not belongs to your bathrooms such as clothes, mug, and trash cans. Move out items from the counters outside the bathroom, as well as keep used towels and rugs outside the room, and then you can start bathroom cleaning.

  • If you have a window, open it for better ventilation & to make fumes less bothersome.

Then let’s get started!

1. Sink Cleaning:

From soap scum, toothpaste dribbles to sticky hair, the sink endures a daily ton of dirt & germs. Therefore to get rid of this, the sink needs regular cleaning.

How: You can use a disinfectant bathroom cleaner all over the sink. Keep it required time on the package to kill germs and then wipe it using a cloth or a sponge. If your cleaning product formulated with bleach, it will not only remove toothpaste dribbles but also sanitize the surfaces.

If you want to go for a green clean, you can use white vinegar or baking soda. Keep it a few minutes and scrub it using a cloth.

2. Bathtub & Shower Cleaning:

With the combination of body soil, soap scum, bath oil, and hair products, forces to assault the shining surface of the shower and tub. Short work of cleaning shower & tub will solve this problem.

How: First, put a generous layer of all-purpose bathtub cleaner, and allow that product to stand a while. This will helps to dissolve oils and soap scum. Then, using a scrubbing cloth scrub well and rinse it with water using the detachable showerhead.

3. Toilet Cleaning:

To have a clean free of germs seat, handle and sparkling white toilet bowl needs regular toilet cleaning work. 

How: Starts with all-purpose cleaner into the bowl, and let it do the work. Standing time is a must to dissolve deposits and kill germs. Scrub & brush up well using a bowl brush until the surface looks good. Rinse it with water and remember to use a disinfector to make sure the quality of work.

Wash the rest of the areas including the underside and flared base, the top and underside of the seat and lid, and the hinges and their mounting areas.

4. Bathroom Tile Grout Cleaning:

You can clean bathroom Tile Grout easily by applying kitchen remedies. 

How: You can mix baking soda with vinegar or hydrogen peroxide. Or else give it a try with 2-4 teaspoons of lemon juice+ borax.

Make a thick paste using one of the following ingredients. You can use an old toothbrush to scrub the paste into the grout. Then rinse with warm water.

Important: never mix vinegar and hydrogen peroxide together because it will form peracetic acid.

If you don’t have any of the above kitchen remedies don’t worry. You can do the same work, by using oxygen bleach products or with commercial grout cleaner and whitener. 

5. Bathroom Mirror Cleaning:

Every time you are having a steam bath, steam will discover a mirror filled with streaks. To have a streak-free mirror you need some technical knowledge about how to do it correctly.

How: Put some rubbing alcohol into your cotton pad and start scrubbing away any buildup. This will remove dirt, grime, and gunk from the mirror. Then spray down some glass cleaner & give a quick scrub using a flat-weave microfiber cloth.

6. Towel Bars Cleaning:

 To keep our towels clean and free of germs, you should not forget to clean towel bars as well. 

How: You can do the magic work by using acidic things which we can find from our kitchens such as tomato juice, lemon juice, or radish and cucumber wipe.  Wipe towel bar sing them and keep it at least 10 minutes. Wash the bar using warm water. Tadaa!! Here you can see your new looking towel bar.

7. Floor Cleaning:

You should not wait until you see some dirt and grime to clean your bathtub floor. So we recommend, using a floor cleaning products to avoid leaving behind any residue that’ll dull shine & attract future soil.

How: First, sweep up all the dust and debris you’ve cleaned so far and let fall on the floor. In this case submerge your mop into the bucket of hot cleaning solution, squeeze out excess water. Also, mob the floor gently. Don’t forget to rinse the floor with clean hot water to remove slippery soap residue.

Yes, you can do this without a cleaning solution. All you need to do is mix some vinegar with dish soap and 2 gallons of water. Then continue the same process.

If all our methods seem too complicated for you to feel free to reach out to our team and schedule a bathroom cleaning appointment.


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