Ah, the bathroom—the place where we freshen up and unwind after a long day. But let’s be honest, keeping it clean and fresh can sometimes feel like a never-ending battle. Wouldn’t it be great if there were ways to make your bathroom stay cleaner for longer, with less effort? Well, you’re in luck!
In this article, we’re going to share some tried and tested tips and tricks to help you achieve just that. Say goodbye to constant scrubbing and hello to a cleaner, more manageable bathroom. And the best part? You don’t have to do it alone. House cleaning specialists are here to lend their expertise and ensure that your bathroom remains a sanctuary of cleanliness and tranquility.
So, grab your cleaning supplies, put on your cleaning hat, and let’s dive into the world of bathroom cleaning secrets. Get ready to discover the key to a consistently fresh and sparkling bathroom that will make your cleaning routine a breeze.
Skip the Bar Soap in the Powder Room
If you’ve ever put a bar of soap next to your bathroom sink for people to use, you have firsthand knowledge of the mess that comes with it. After a few uses, bar soap can start to melt and end up a gooey mess in its dish. Plus, it can fall apart leaving clumps of soap in your sink. A cleaner alternative is liquid soap in a decorative bottle. Your family members end up with clean hands and your bathroom sink stays goo-free!
Protect Your Shower Curtain Against Mildew and Stains
You’ve probably noticed that the bottom edge of a shower curtain is the first to take on stains and mildew. Why? Because the water runs down the curtain and clings to the bottom. As a solution, spray the bottom portion of your shower curtain with a cleaner containing bleach to act as a barrier against the growth of mildew and development of stains.
Use Vinegar to Guard Against Stains in Your Toilet Bowl
Are you haunted by stains around the water line in your toilet bowl? Well, most people are. To guard against the quick formation of these stains, put a half cup of white vinegar in the toilet bowl at night and let it sit for at least an hour. This is an eco-friendly way to keep those stains at bay.
Keep a Supply of Dryer Sheets in a Cabinet
You know those used, crumpled dryer sheets you pull out of your clothes dryer after tumbling a load? Put them into a container in a cabinet beneath your bathroom sink. Every time you see loose hair, dirt, a dead insect or any other debris on your bathroom floor, use an old dryer sheet to sweep it up.
Dry the Walls in Your Shower
Soap scum starts to form on the wet walls of a shower almost immediately after someone uses it. You can help to prevent the formation of soap scum by drying the shower walls with a washcloth after each shower.
At Fabulously Clean, our experienced housekeeping staff can help you keep your bathroom sparkling clean. Call (208) 608-4648 to ask about our affordable services. Let us know what we can do to make your Treasure Valley home look its best.