How To Clean Your Bathroom Easily On A Tight Schedule
Nobody Loves Bathroom Cleaning. The bathroom is probably not your favorite place to clean. We hear you, and we share your sentiments. Still, the bathroom needs proper upkeep and maintenance so that it’s safe to use, clean and free from harmful elements like molds, mildew, and bacteria.
If you feel like cleaning the bathroom is such a chore, you probably need a new set of cleaning tactics. Here are the top 7 quick ways of cleaning your bathroom when you don’t have much time for a deep clean.
Remove All the Products On Your Bathroom Sink
First, you need to remove all the products from the sink, shower, and counter so you can clean seamlessly. Bring in a trash can and discard all empty bottles and expired products. Bring out all your towels and proceed to the next step.
Clean the Bathtub and Shower
Apply your dependable all-purpose cleaner to the bathtub and let soak. Scrub the shower to remove molds and mildew. Rinse. Repeat the process if necessary.
Clean the Counter and Mirror
Using a microfiber cloth and all-purpose cleaner, wipe the countertops and mirror. Get rid of the dust, fallen hair, and other debris. Don’t forget to remove dirt and grime from all the racks and shelves as well.
Clean the Toilet
The toilet and tiles are notorious places for holding buildup of dirt and grime. When left unattended for an extended period, the accumulation becomes more challenging to clean and remove. Even your BidetGenius needs regular cleaning too. Instead of spending several hours scrubbing the toilet, regularly apply baking soda to use a toilet brush to remove the dirt and molds before they become too hard and thick.
Vacuum the Floors
The bathroom floor is home to all things gross and dirty – dirt, molds, and hair. Don’t let several days pass by without cleaning the floor, because the next thing you know, you’ll be stepping on a nest! A handheld vacuum cleanses and removes all these from the ground and prevents them from growing into a more massive, uglier mess. It also helps to use a hair-catcher to prevent hair from clogging your drain and cause more problems later on.
Keep the Door Open
When you’re all done cleaning the bathroom, you now need to let it dry. Keeping your bathroom door open for at least an hour dries the interior of the bath. Air drying is a proven way to combat moisture buildup which can soon turn into molds and mildew and prevent that bad and stuffy smell inside the bathroom.
Make Everyone Accountable
Every member of the family uses the bathroom so cleaning it must be a team effort. The bathroom’s number one enemy is moisture. You can instruct everyone to wipe the floor and clean the walls with a squeegee after showering to remove moisture and prevent the formation of watermarks. Regular daily cleaning helps keep the bathroom clean and dry, so it’s appealing to the next user.
It’s easy to skip cleaning when you’re in a rush, but you can keep the bathroom clean and organized by practicing this routine every day. It only takes a few minutes, and once you get used to it, you’ll do them like it’s second nature and cleaning up becomes less of a chore.