If you’re like me, you probably don’t enjoy cleaning your bathroom. It’s not a fun task, and it can be overwhelming if you have a lot of bathrooms to clean and little time to do so. But if you follow these steps, I guarantee that your bathroom will be sparkling in no time!

Preparing the Bathroom

Before you start cleaning, make sure the bathroom is clean. This could mean mopping or vacuuming the floor and wiping down any surfaces. If you have any cleaning supplies lying around, put them away in a place they won’t be disturb while you’re working on your bathroom clean up project.

Once everything has clean up and put away, it’s time to start scrubbing!

Gather Your Supplies

·         Paper towels

·         Vacuum with attachments (optional)

·         Sponges

·         Bucket of warm water and dish soap to clean the floor. You can also use white vinegar in place of the soap, but it might be a bit more work and may not have as pleasant of a scent. Vinegar is very good at cleaning hard surfaces like tile floors, though. If you choose this option, just make sure that your sponge or scrub brush isn’t too wet when you’re cleaning so that you don’t get any liquid on anything else other than what’s being clean!

·         Disinfectant spray for areas around sinks and toilets where germs might collect: You could also use bleach instead if disinfectant sprays aren’t available where you live/work; just be careful not to mix them up since they both do similar things (killing germs)!  Just remember: Don’t mix either one with ammonia-based products because they’ll create toxic fumes when mixed together.

Letting Fresh Air in

You should also keep the door open. This will help to let fresh air in and get rid of any unpleasant smells that might be lingering around your bathroom.

If you have a fan, use it! It can help circulate the air and also keep mirrors from fogging up while you’re cleaning them (you don’t want to clean your mirror only to discover that now it’s cover in water spots).

Another thing you can do is open the window or turn on a dehumidifier—this will allow even more fresh air into your bathroom, which will make everything smell better (and feel less humid).

Starting with the Bathtub and Shower

·         Choose a sponge that is large enough to cover the walls and floor of your tub or shower, and wipe down both surfaces in a circular motion.

·         Clean the glass doors, handles, and fixtures with a clean cloth; you can use warm water with mild dish detergent on this step if you like, but it’s not necessary as long as your sponges are clean (and they should be).

·         Rinse off any soap residue from your tub or shower door after cleaning it with soapy water using a sponge or cloth—you don’t want any leftover soap residue on there when you’re end!

·         If there is mildew buildup along the edge of your tub or shower curtain rod, use an angle toothbrush with baking soda mixed in warm water to scrub away at it gently until all traces have been remove from both sides of where they grow (typically found around drains).

Wiping Down Surfaces and Mirrors

Wipe down the sink, toilet, and counters with disinfectant cleaner. Spray your mirror with glass cleaner, then wipe it down with a lint-free cloth. Wash shower and tub with a sponge or scrub brush (if you have one). Use a squeegee to clean the shower door, then use soft cloths to wipe down walls around it.

Moving to the Toilet Bowl and Sink

With the toilet bowl and sink, you can really use any kind of cleaning product you like. I personally use an all-purpose spray disinfectant that I bought at the drugstore. It smells nice and cleans well, but if you don’t have one in your home already or don’t want to spend money on something new, any old window cleaner will work just fine! Spray it on the sides of your toilet bowl and let it sit for a few minutes before wiping it off with paper towels. Then give your sink a good scrubbing with some warm soapy water using a sponge or washcloth; finish up by spraying down any other surfaces (such as light switches) in the bathroom with disinfectant spray to kill germs everywhere they might be lurking!

Sanitizing the porcelain throne and sink area is simple

Next, focus on sanitizing your toilet. Clean the bowl by using a toilet brush to remove any debris in it, and then spray some disinfectant cleaner onto it before rinsing with hot water. It’s also important to sanitize the seat and lid, as well as your toilet brush if you have one at home.

Now that you’ve cleaned and sanitized most of your bathroom, it’s time for the final step: cleaning the sink area and handwasher. You can use soap or dishwashing liquid on surfaces like countertops or cabinets where bacteria might collect after being wash away by running water.

In general, you should think about having as few products as possible in the bathroom, because they all collect bacteria. When choosing new fixtures, such as handwashers, choose trusted vendors, such as the renowned Davidson Washroom, to get the best quality in your bathroom.

Reaching up High and Down Low to Sanitize and Deodorize

The first thing you want to do is clean the showerhead. You can do this by either taking it down and cleaning it with an old toothbrush or spraying it down with cleaner and wiping it down. Ideally, you would want to use a spray bottle of vinegar mixed with water and then wipe off any extra liquid that drips after spraying. Next, use a sponge or rag to wipe down any soap scum on the walls or doors of your shower (if there’s not too much).

Next, take care of those hard-to-reach places! You know where I’m talking about–around faucets, drains and even under toilets! Use an old toothbrush for cleaning these out as well because they are usually keep clean by running water daily but sometimes need some extra attention.

You’re taking the first steps in cleaning your bathroom, and we hope that this article has help you get start. With each step, you will be able to see more of the results of your hard work and feel more confident in your abilities. We want you to keep in mind that while these steps can be done quickly, it is important that they are done thoroughly so that everything is left sanitary and clean!

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