Nothing screams spring like brushing and washing all of your floors and surfaces – and what spring cleaning is complete without a thorough bathroom cleaning?
The bathroom is a true workhorse in any house plan, with everyday use and regular wear and strain potential. That is why, even if you change the garbage and clean the vanity regularly, the bathroom may quickly become filthy.
What can you do to spruce up your bathroom this holiday season? Here’s a cleaning checklist to help you get your bathroom looking its best. So, before you look for the stand alone tub faucet, let’s start!
Get Your Gear
Having to clean the bathroom does not need an extensive list of goods or tools. But, you should have a few necessities on hand. Gather cleaning supplies such as a toilet brush, toilet cleaner, cleaning cloths or rags, a pail of warm and soapy water, disinfectant, and glass cleaner.
Begin With a Blank Slate
Step one in giving the bathroom a thorough cleaning is to trim it down to the basics after preparing your bathroom cleaning supplies. Remove any towels, bathrobes, washcloths, trashcans, bath mats, baskets, toiletries, tub and shower faucets and other items from the room.
So, the surfaces are clear and ready to be cleaned. Only after you’ve thoroughly cleaned the room from top to bottom should you reintroduce everyday items and linens.
Clear the Cabinets
Go with your cupboards and drawers and sort everything into trash, donations, and items to keep. Wipe the interior of these areas before reintroducing things that you wish to remain appropriately arranged.
Scrub Your Sink
Scrub your bathroom sinks thoroughly, giving careful attention to corners and crevices. Wipe down the faucet and knobs until they are spotless.
Scrub the interior of the toilet with toilet brushes to remove any rings, stains, or other debris. Then, clean off the toilet’s lid, handle, minor crevices, and underneath using a towel.
Wipe Your Mirror
Smudges and speckles on your bathroom vanity mirror can cause by a variety of small items, ranging from hairspray marks to water splatters. To remove smudges and make the mirror streak-free, use an excellent class cleaner with a wipe or paper towel.
Whether you have a glass-enclosed shower, a shower tub, or a standalone tub, thoroughly clean that bathroom area. Consider changing the shower curtain if it contains mildew or mold.
Mop Its Floor
Finally, clean and vacuum the floor to remove any crumbs, hair, or dirt. Wipe down the baseboards. Clean the floor thoroughly with a bucket and a mop.
After emptying the garbage, you can replace the trashcan you removed at the start of the cleaning process. It may be helping if you also wiped the trash inside and out.
Once the bathroom has been thoroughly cleaned, you may replace the towels, washcloths, bathrobes, and other items you regularly keep in your bathroom. Consider purchasing some new hand soap or toiletry as a final touch as a reward for a job well done.