Dirt, dirt and wear can get a bathroom down. While it is easy to take five minutes each day to retrieve your bathroom, a deep bathroom cleaning guide can help you clean your bathroom and keep it that way for an extended period of time. We recommend that you take thirty minutes to an hour every two weeks to clean your bathroom. Depending on the size, each bathroom takes about thirty to forty-five minutes. You can change weeks if you have several bathrooms to clean. Keep a cleaning calendar in your cleaner cabinet to keep track of your cleaning schedule.
A deep cleaning of the toilet goes beyond pouring a little Ajax into the bowl. However, we recommend that you start by cleaning the bowl and then working your way to each toilet area. Use the same detergent on the outside of the toilet as you do in the bowl or a cleaner in the same family. Mixing chemicals can be deadly, so be careful. After cleaning the bowl, seat, ring and outside, be sure to check the base and seal where the toilet is attached to the floor. This area tends to be shaped and rough because it can be difficult to see or reach.
Pro tip: To prolong the effects of toilet cleaning, add a vacant toilet cleaner to your toilet. These tabs are available in all major stores.
Once or twice a month, scrub down your shower with a simple shower or bathtub cleaner. If you have a glass door in the shower, attack these spots for buildup. If you wait too long, these deposits may become impossible to remove – so don't let them get too bad. Most showers have tiles, and tiles have grouting. Groats can be formed quickly, especially in older homes. Clean your grout regularly, but if mold grows between the cleaning sessions, take a cotton ball covered with bleach and leave it in the moldy place for four to eight hours.
The shower heads need love too. If you see a decrease in water pressure, there is probably a build-up in the shower head. Take a Ziploc bag of vinegar in quarter size and tie it around the shower head for 12 hours. Then simply remove the bag of vinegar and start the shower.
We also recommend that you wash your shower curtain once or twice a month and clean the shower window if you cannot wash it in the machine. Plastic shower curtains should be completely replaced once a year.
Deep cleaning of the tub requires a little scrubbing. You may need to get down on your hands and knees to really scrub up and down the inside of the tub. After scrubbing down the inside of the tub, use warm water to wash the chemicals down the drain and give it a day or two before taking a bath.
Wash the outside of the tub with a bactericidal cleaner and make sure to clean the caulk that seals the tub on the bathroom floor. You can illuminate the drain and tap with some baking soda and lemon juice. Snoring the drain pipe twice a month is also a good idea – it prevents build-up.
Wash all your bathroom rugs while deep cleaning, and make sure you pay attention to the floor and baseboards. Sweep and mop your bathroom floor and scrub everything that doesn't come with a mop with a cloth. Baseboards can be covered with dust and fluff, so don't forget to wipe them every time you clean deeply. All floor surfaces and baseboard materials are different, so be sure to choose a cleaning method that is safe for your bathroom.
The Walls and Door
Although you may not need to hit these hard every time you clean, make sure the walls and door in your bathroom get some recognition at least once every three or four months. Take a bucket of warm water with a light syringe with soap and wash down the walls. Do not attempt to clean flat-walled walls with this method. Once you have washed the walls, give the door a quick wash as well. While you may not need to do more than treat doors and walls every month, the door handle needs to be lit, washed and disinfected every week.
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