Bathroom Cleaning Tips – Part I

Bathroom Cleaning Tips – Part I

Bathrooms could be one of the most neglected rooms in the house as nobody wants to deal with it. Chunks of dirt, the bad smells and the idea of touching the toilet are the main reasons why everyone avoids cleaning. But postponing makes it worse because of all the dirt and smell multiples in time.

If you know some smart tricks bathroom cleaning wouldn’t be difficult or disgusting. These bathroom deep cleaning hacks will help you have a clean bathroom in a quick and easy way. And you haven’t heard the best of it yet. All of these tricks are natural. So you can deep clean your bathroom while being eco-friendly.

Checklist: Creating a checklist is extremely helpful for deep cleaning. Having a checklist ready ensures that you don’t miss a spot and also have supplies ready when you start deep cleaning.

The mirror: Mirror, mirror on the wall, you should be the cleanest of them all. For light spots, you can use dish soap or soap water. Rubbing any of these over the wet mirror with a cloth would take all the dirt away. Rinse it water and then wipe with a clean dry cloth. If the mirror has stubborn stains use a solution made of equal parts of vinegar and water.

You can easily get rid of stains with the help of liquid dish soap.

The faucets: The faucets get dirty very quickly and need frequent cleaning. Frequent cleaning makes it easier to get rid of hard water stains, moisture, and any other stains. If you use the internet for shopping you should definitely try Pitambari powder to clean the faucets. This powder works like magic and makes the faucets clean and shiny. Sprinkle some water on the faucets, put some powder. Scrub it and you will see the difference right away. Rinse with water and dry with a clean cloth.

The faucet handles: Remove the cover and handle using a screwdriver. Soak them in vinegar, give a quick scrub. If you repeat this every once in a while you will avoid dirt and gunk accumulate inside faucet handles.

The chrome: As it works perfectly with your stainless steel appliances baby oil is a great saviour when it comes to shining the chrome. You can dab a little baby oil on to a cotton cloth and use it to wipe off the metal surfaces for a perfect shine.

The tiles: White vinegar is an amazing natural cleaner. Mix a small cup of vinegar and with equal parts of water and a drop of liquid soap. Fill a spray bottle with the mixture and spray over the tiles and clean them with a sponge.

The bathtub: If not cleaned regularly your bathtub could look yellowish, oily and dirty of course. Sprinkle baking soda all over the bathtub and spray hydrogen peroxide over it. Wait for the mixture to react, scrub it a little and then rinse the warm water. If you clean the bathtub regularly a regular cleaner would be enough the clean it.

Your bathtub can easily become yellowish if don’t clean it regularly.

The shower: To get rid of the scum accumulated on the shower and on glass grab a cloth and dip it in vinegar. Rub the surface lightly. Rinse with clean water and then wipe with a clean dry cloth. If you neglected your shower for too long magic eraser can be the saviour. It will amazingly clean all the stains.

The shower curtains: If you have curtain instead of glass doors you should clean the curtains and you would do with glass doors. Luckily cleaning curtains is very easy. You can wash them in your washing machine. Don’t spin too much just hang it after the wash. Make sure that your bathroom has good ventilation.

While you try these easy tricks we’ll keep writing more. Keep an eye on our blog to catch the second part of bathroom cleaning tips.

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