Tackle The Bathroom
How To Clean The Bathroom
* © Bobbie Jean Peachey
Clean the bathroom the smart way. Gather the following supplies that you will need to clean the bathroom and start cleaning that bathroom the smart way.
Never mix chlorine bleach with any other cleaning supplies. This could form a toxic gas that could be dangerous and fatal.
Cleaning Tools for the Bathroom
All purpose spray cleaner (Fantastic or 409) Ammonia Spray cleaner (Windex) Tile cleaner to remove soap scum Bleach (to use on mildew) White vinegar Scouring powder (Comet) Toilet Brush. One for each bathroom. Old Toothbrushes. One for each bath and one for the kitchen. Nylon scrubber, paper towels, and a small garbage bag
First move the wastebasket, scale, and anything else sitting in the bathroom out to the hall. Throw the rug into the hamper or put in the hall to be vacuumed. Move everything in the tub (shampoo, soap, toys, etc.) to the hall floor. Use a paper towel to dust the light fixture and top of medicine cabinet and wall cabinets. Use a damp paper towel to wipe the top of the shower door and window facing if any. Wet the tub walls, spray tile cleaner on tiled walls and sprinkle the tub with the scouring powder.
Next, lift toilet seat and use a wet paper towel or toilet paper to wipe the rim of the seat. Pour toilet bowl cleaner into the toilet and let sit.
Move to the sink and spray with all purpose cleaner or scouring powder. Let sit while you go back to the shower or tub and use the tile brush or scrubber to scrub from top to bottom, including the door tracks. Rinse the walls and tub. Put shampoos, etc., back in the tub. If you have glass shower door, spray with white vinegar. Let sit for a few minutes and wipe off.
Back to the toilet and use the toilet brush to clean the inside of the bowl, flush and rinse the toilet brush in the clean toilet bowl water. Spray the outside of the toilet with the all purpose spray from tank to base and under the lid of the seat. Use a damp paper towel and wipe off from top to bottom.
Now to the sink, use the nylon scrubber and toothbrush to clean around the faucets and fixtures. Rinse and dry with a paper towel.
Clean the mirror with equal part of water and white vinegar. Wipe off with paper towels.
Spray the bath floor and baseboards with the all purpose cleaner and wipe up with paper towels. When the floor is dry put the rug, wastebasket and scales back in.
There! Now that wasn't so bad, was it?
Cleaning Supplies for the Entire House
Cleaning the Bathroom
Cleaning the Kitchen
Cleaning the Bedrooms
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