Maintain a Clean Bathroom
Bathrooms get messy and fast, which can be quite an annoying issue. I have outlined a strategy for keeping the mess to a minimum!
To start, you need a simple checklist. This checklist should be framed near the toilet so that it acts as a helpful reminder. Whenever you finish a task, check it off!
Yet, keeping a bathroom looking good takes little time and effort once you have a plan. I will show you how to keep your bathroom sparkling clean and fresh-smelling using just 10 minutes per week of your time
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Put a timer on
If you’re the kind of person who believes that one bathroom cleaning session can’t be done in less than 15 minutes then why not challenge yourself with a timer – Get your work done in 15 minutes! In my experience, I believe I could have my entire bathroom clean and smelling good within 10 minutes.
Clear out everything
Before getting started, you will want to clear as much as possible off of the surfaces and floors first; cleaning the bathroom can become very strenuous if there is a lot of stuff in your way.
Before you start to spray, first grab a paper towel and wipe the surfaces of the sink and toilet. Dust and unwanted hair can be removed with this.t I find it harder to remove wet hair quickly from the sink. That is why I suggest wiping everything down before spraying anything down.
Drill you know
Keeping a clean bathroom can be difficult. People flush a variety of items every time they do so. One needs to stay organized if they want the process to go as smoothly as possible, but this feat is easier said than done!
The Bathroom Brush
Your toilet brush can be kept clean in two ways. Putting some bleach in the bowl it stays in is the first method. Whenever you clean the bathroom, be
sure to replace it. Once you have scrubbed the toilet, flush the toilet again
and rinse the brush in the water running from the toilet. Then, place it back on its shelf without its handle touching anything else while you clean the rest of the bathroom. This will allow it to dry faster rather than spending too much time out of its holder in between uses which could potentially cause bacteria to grow.
The Bathroom Floors
If you want to clean the bathroom floors, you have two options. You can wait and clean them or you can do them now. If you follow my weekly cleaning routine you will be using your vacuum on Thursday and your mop and bucket on Friday. Alternatively, if you want to get the whole bathroom done at once, the best option for floors is to use a broom and spray mop to quickly tidy up the dirt on Tuesday before moving on to other things like doing laundry or getting rid of old clothes that are no longer in style.
I have a small mirror in my bathroom and I gave it a quick spray with my DIY glass cleaner, wiping down anything that was dirty. For larger mirrors, you can spot clean them or do the full clean every few weeks instead of every day.