Clean Your Bathroom

Many people have the wrong belief that the bathroom is one of the cleanest places in a home. This misbelief is because the main purpose of the bathroom is to keep ourselves clean. Unfortunately, many people do wrong by not cleaning their bathrooms regularly and properly, which leads to dirty spots, bacteria and microbe evolution, mould and mildew growth, and, of course, health issues, which sometimes can be really serious and dangerous.

It is very important to clean and maintain a properly cleaned bathroom in order to avoid the dirt and residues to build up and prevent your family from different, sometimes serious, illnesses. Here are some tips on how to clean your bathroom to provide a clean and fresh environment which will wake you up every morning.


Wiping the sink with a sponge after every use will prevent soap scum and lime or mineral deposits from building up. Professional cleaners suggest you to clean bathroom sinks and counters with an all-purpose bathroom cleaner. Avoid abrasives on porcelain. Use a toothbrush and a strong natural cleaner to scrub grime that builds up around faucets or try using straight salt. Rinse well. Do not forget to wash your toothbrush holder. To make chrome fixtures really shine, try a non-toxic glass cleaner.


Do not ignore a dripping faucet or a toilet that will not stop running. These can waste a lot of water. Simple fixes for these problems can often be found in a basic home how-to book. For mineral stains from faucet drips, try rubbing the area with salt and distilled white vinegar.


Most bathroom floors can be damp mopped after sweeping with an all-purpose floor cleaner, or you may choose to use one formulated for your floor type. Never use a soap-based cleanser on stone floors as it can make the surface extremely slippery and do not use detergents on marble, as they can eat away and dull the surface. Try flushing them with cold water, then gently scrubbing with your pumice stone.
Rubbish removal Islington suggest you placing a small recycling bin in the bathroom if you have the space. Many containers for soaps, shampoos, and cosmetics can be recycled. Check the packaging and your local regulations.

October 24, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


Lisa Header is a housewife who really doesn't like cleaning. That is why she always looks for tips to ease the cleaning process and doesn't mind to share them with other people.

This author has published 65 articles so far.

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