So you’ve cleaned the toilet & mopped the floor but to have a really clean bathroom, you need to look into every nook and cranny…
It’s all too easy to ignore the smears and fingermarks as you peer into the mirror every morning but cleaning the mirror is an easy win! Buff it with a little white vinegar and paper towels for a sparkling, smear-free finish.
Once a month, pour a kettle of boiling water over a cup of washing soda crystals scattered around each plughole. This will help clear grease and soap scum, banish odours and leave drains running freely. If you find the plughole gets clogged regularly with long hairs, try a plughole cover
3. Cleaning cloths
Replace cleaning cloths regularly, or clean and soak in a disinfectant or bleach solution at least once a week. Keep cloths used for the loo in a separate place. A good tip is to keep some disinfectant wipes too for a quick spruce round in between the weekly clean.
Toothbrush mugs are a haven for all sorts of nasty bacteria. Clean them thoroughly at least once a week.
After using the bathroom, leave a window open or run the extractor fan to ventilate it and discourage mould from developing.
If the bath is very dirty, fill it with warm water, add a couple of scoops of biological washing powder, and leave to soak overnight. Rinse it before bathing!
Happy bathroom cleaning!!