Bathroom surfaces cleaning

The bathroom is the place almost every guest visits and because, by its nature, it is a place that needs to be cleaned pretty often. Bathroom cleaning takes the most amount of time and work to clean since it has so many different types of surfaces.

This article is about how to clean the walls, ceiling, and mirrors in your bathroom using all purpose household cleaning products. Also at the end of the article you will find out a few tips and tricks about how to keep your bathroom surfaces clean. So, if you are ready, let’s get started!

You have to be sure that there is enough fresh air in the bathroom before you start the cleaning process, it is good to use a fan or just to open a window. Then put your plastic gloves. And now you are ready to start with the cleaning.

High and low dusting is the first thing you are going to do. The important thing to know about dusting is that dust falls from the top to the bottom of the bathroom surfaces, so you want to start at the top and work your way down. That’s why we start with the high dusting. Prepare your high and low dusting tool now, by placing a dampened microfiber cloth over the end of a mop pole and securing it with the hair elastic. Start at your 12 o’clock point and raise the tool up to the seam where the ceiling meets the wall. Walk it from corner to corner around the room dragging it along the corners and edges along the seam.

Now that your high and low dusting is done, take 2 microfiber cloths and your bottle of all-purpose cleaner and glass cleaner. If you have mould on the ceiling start with spraying a water bleach/disinfectant solution on it and let it rest for a couple of minutes, do the same with the other bathroom surfaces (if they are tiles) or use another cleaning product. With a sponge or a clean rag, scrub the tile surfaces you’ve sprayed. Rinse it carefully to avoid any stripes and dry it with a clean rag. If you do not have mould on the surfaces in your bathroom just spray one microfiber cloth with all purpose cleaner, so that it’s damp and head to your 12 o’clock area to start. Start scanning (top to bottom) and seek out any fingerprints or marks on the wall. You are literally going to scan, moving your head in an ‘yes’ position (up and down) looking for things that need cleaning. Clean the area by spraying it and wiping clean in an ‘S’ pattern. When you reach the mirror, clean that as well by using a microfiber cloth and bottle of glass cleaner. To add a shine to your mirror add a bit vinegar to the water. if just cleaning with water wipe with a towel after.

No one likes cleaning the bathroom at all, but by keeping up with it, the job becomes much less painful. Here there are some easy tips and tricks which will help you to keep your bathroom clean and will make the deep bathroom cleaning process faster.

  1. Wipe the shower down with old towel or cloth after every use. Do not leave the shower curtain closed after you had a shower, because the water sit in the its folds which are good place for mildew growing. Also hang up the wet towels to dry.
  2. If you have fan, dehumidifier or air conditioner in your bathroom use it during the shower and a few minutes after to prevent mould growth. But if you do not have just keep the windows opened.
  3. Keep your shower-curtain clean. Most of the shower-curtains are made from synthetic, vinyl or cotton, so you can wash them into washing machine. But if your is not from one of this fabrics you can soak it in 1 part bleach diluted in 10 parts water solution. Then rinse it with hot water and leave it to air-dry.
1 reply
  1. Iker
    Iker says:

    It is good for your kids to be exposed to germs and bectaria. It will help their immune systems over all, and keep them healthier in the long run.If you are using hot water with the vinegar then the germs are being killed off pretty well. I mostly use white vinegar, baking soda, dish soap and hot water for cleaning. However, I do use chlorine bleach in my bathrooms to kill off the mold and germs that gather there and Tide in my washer. I also use Lysol wipes for quick clean ups, they’re not green but very handy.


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