I don’t know why I allowed it to go on for as long as I did, but now I have no choice but to invest more time in cleaning my house since I neglected it for weeks and let the work to pile up. What this means is that I will not be able to do my normal routine, but instead will have to plan a more in-depth, intense program if I can be assured that everything is truly clean. I am currently in the process of deep cleaning and this is happening as I repair and replace as I go along, so the process is even a bit more stressful than usual.
And just like everyone else, my least favorite room to clean is the bathroom, but that goes for just about anyone. That means that I have been looking for tips and suggestions online and was able to find more than a few that offered great insider advice. In order to ensure that my bathroom and showerheads are never this dirty again, I have been able to find techniques that can help remove extra residue from them that can last for weeks at a time. The following are more tips I have used to efficiently clean my bathroom.
Remove Items from Normal Locations
Before you start cleaning, you will want to remove everything inside and around the bathroom and the bathtub areas. That means get rid of all towels and the rugs hanging and anywhere else in the room. Take all the items from the counters in the bathroom and in any cupboards. Empty all trash cans as well.
Sweep and Dust
In order to rid your house of dust, get a duster and remove any cobwebs that you see, work your way around all corners, and any vents or light fixtures. Once you have completed, vacuum the floor to get up any excessive debris that has accumulated on floors.
Clean Bathtub and Shower
Grab a bottle of all-purpose cleaner and apply it to the bathtub, the shower, and the sink. Let it soak for at least half an hour.
Clean All Surfaces
Using the all-purpose cleaner again, wipe down shelves, doors, baseboards, window sills, blinds, and towel racks.
Mix Solution for Floors
Get a bucket of water and then add the suggested amount of all-purpose cleaner.
Return to Bathtub and Shower to Clean
Now that they have soaked, it will be easy to scrub away excess dirt and grime that has built up. Also, go over other surfaces in the room, including the walls.
Finish Bathtub and Shower
Replacing all the items you removed before, wipe where necessary, then close shower curtain or the door. Use glass cleaner if you want the door to sparkle.
Cleaning Vanity Area
Spray all-purpose cleaner over faucets, sink, and countertops, wiping dirt away with a cloth. Use glass cleaner for the mirrors and a cloth to wipe cabinet faces.
Cleaning the Toilet
Scrub the toilet with a cleaning solution, wiping away excess with a cloth.
Mopping the Floor
The last thing you should do is mop the floors, then replacing the room with new laundered rugs.