A clean bathroom is essential for a hygienic and relaxing living environment. But what’s the best way to clean your bathroom? These are a number of tips and tricks to clean your bathroom thoroughly and effectively.
First remove all loose objects
Before you start cleaning, it is good to remove all loose objects such as towels, soap dishes, toothbrushes and trash cans from the bathroom. It is easier and more effective to clean in a tidy bathroom. It also gives you more room to work and prevents these items from accidentally getting wet or damaged during cleaning.
Use the right cleaning products
Before cleaning, you should pay close attention to the Products that you use. Certain materials cannot withstand aggressive cleaning agents, but on the other hand you also want to ensure that all bacteria are killed. So choose a cleaning agent that is specially designed for bathrooms. This ensures that the bathroom is cleaned thoroughly and hygienically.
Start with the most stubborn surfaces
The most stubborn surfaces in the bathroom are often the toilet, shower and bath. Start by cleaning these surfaces, as they take the most time and effort. Use a toilet brush to thoroughly clean the toilet and make sure you rinse the toilet well. Use a shower cleaner to clean the shower and bath, making sure to reach every nook and cranny.
Clean the mirrors and sink
The mirrors and sink are the next areas to address. Use glass cleaner to clean the mirrors and make sure no streaks are left behind. You can use an all-purpose cleaner to clean the sink. Clean all surfaces and don’t forget to take the faucet with you.
Clean the floor
Dirt and dust can accumulate on the floor of the bathroom and should therefore be cleaned thoroughly. You can clean the floor well with a mop or mop. It is best to use warm water and a detergent to ensure that all dirt and bacteria are removed. Be sure to get around the corners as well, as it can be difficult to carry around when mopping the floor.
Ventilate the bathroom
Finally, it is important that your bathroom is well ventilated during cleaning. This not only prevents the cleaning products from damaging your lungs because you inhale too much, but it also ensures that the bathroom dries faster. If the bathroom stays damp for too long, mold can grow and this is something you definitely want to avoid.