Our bathrooms are in constant use, and whether your household is a full one, or you live alone, your bathroom will still need cleaning regularly. With these simple, bathroom blitzing tips, you could have your sinks, toilet, shower and tub sparkling clean in next to no time.
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Your toilet will quickly get grubby, and in time, a layer of grime and bacteria can build up at the bottom of the pan. This is often tricky to remove with simply a
Once you’ve cleaned the bowl and pan of your toilet, you can concentrate on the exterior. Here are some areas of your toilet that you might need to pay extra attention too:
We often forget to clean our bath tubs, and while we use them to soak in and keep ourselves clean, where do you think the grime and dirt from our bodies ends up? If you want to avoid a greasy ring from building up on the inside of your tub, don’t use oily bath preparations, or if you really want to use them, make sure that you clean the tub (even if only quickly) after the water has drained out.
A simple and cheap solution to keeping your shower and shower curtain/screen free from limescale and grease, is to spray it liberally with vinegar and wipe it off. If you don’t like the smell of vinegar, you can add some lemon juice to the solution.
If your bathroom needs more than a quick clean, you could use the services of a professional cleaning company, who could spend a few hours scrubbing and disinfecting it from top to bottom.