There’s this notion that the bathroom can be your gauge for the cleanliness of a home. It can easily become an area where bacteria can thrive because it is where people spend time to clean themselves. Here are uncomplicated but useful ideas anyone could undertake to keep it hygienic for every household member’s health.
A simple mixture of water, dish soap and white vinegar will do the trick for the fixtures. Fill a spray bottle with two parts water, one part white vinegar and a bit of liquid dishwashing soap. The vinegar’s acidity is perfect for the toughened water and soap residue, while the soap does its job by tackling the streaks and other dirt spots.
Just spray the solution onto the tiles and fixtures and then wipe with a soft rag using circular strokes. To get rid of hardened grime and soap scum, spray on pure white vinegar and leave for a few minutes before wiping it off with a towel. You may as well rub a vinegar dampened cloth onto the area and repeat the procedure until there are no more traces of dirt left.
When scrubbing, work only with a soft sponge to avoid scratches on the surface of tubs and sinks. When cleaning mirrors, spray a mixture of 1 gallon warm water and a third of a cup of white vinegar. Wipe it off with a lint free cloth, paper towel or old newspaper. Always brush drain covers to let them function well avoid clogs.
Regular and thorough clean ups is the key to keep your bathroom gleaming bright and spot-free. Do this as a weekly chore so there will be no build up of dust, mold and mildew on the fixtures, walls and flooring. In between, implement a clean-as-you-go rule for each user so that the once-a-week duty of tidying up and polishing shall be as effortless as possible. Make sure to rinse the surfaces with clean water and then dry them up after each use.
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