How to Clean a Bathroom

Bathroom cleaning is said to be one of the most dreaded household tasks, as there is hardly a man that actually enjoy spending their free time with a brush in hand, scrubbing toilets, tiles and bathtubs. Bathrooms has to be cleaned regularly if you want to keep your home germs-free, but it doesn’t have to be that difficult. These steps will walk you through the process of bathroom cleaning, so you can save some time by following them.
Instructions

  1. Collect all the supplies you will need to clean your bathroom. This includes cleaning products, toilet brush, rubbing gloves, cloths, scrubbers, broom, mop and disinfectant wipes.
  2. Remove everything, such as towels, rugs, shower curtains, toothbrushes, cosmetics, medicines and etc. from the bathroom. At the end, only the affixed objects, such as bathtubs, toilets, wash basins and other, should be left into the bathroom, so you can easily clean it without having to move objects from one corner to another.
  3. Separate the dirty and used towels, rugs and curtains from the clean items that can be placed on their original place right after the cleaning, then launder them as usual.
  4. Clean your shower area, including the bathtub. Use proper cleansers for that task as following the instructions for use. For very dirty bathtub, use a heavy duty spray cleanser. Apply the cleanser to the bathtub and let it sit for a few minutes in order to dissolve the grime. Scrub the surface with a stiff-bristle brush and rinse the area with plain water. Use a dry towel to wipe the cleaned surface dry.
  5. Use a glass cleaner to clean the mirrors and countertops. Wipe the sinks and the surface of countertops with disinfectant wipes. Scrub the faucets with a cloth to make them sprakling again.
  6. Use a good toilet cleaner, preferably with bleach, to clean your toilet. Pour the cleanser into the toilet’s basin and let it sit for several minutes, as advised by cleaners Barking. During that time, wipe the tank with antibacterial cleaner. Do not forget to clean under the seat, as it is a loved place by germs. Next, grab your toilet brush and scrub in and around the basin vigorously to restore its shine. Flush to rinse off the toilet cleaner.
  7. Use a cloth dampened in disinfectant cleaner to wipe the walls and cabinets clean. Wipe dry to prevent water marks from occurring.
  8. Sweep the floor to pick up any large trash, such as hair balls, dental floss and tissues, then mop the floor with a disinfectant cleaner.
  9. Replace everything that you have taken out of the bathroom, and you  are ready with the bathroom cleaning.

If you don’t have time to clean your bathroom on your own, you can hire professionals, such as cleaners Acton, to do it instead of you.


January 20, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning

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