It takes work and patience to make the bathroom and shower look attractive. While it’s not something we all look forward to, it’s something we can’t run away from. But if you follow the process one area at a time, you’ll be sure you’re doing an efficient cleaning job.
Follow these 10 steps to effectively and efficiently clean your bathroom:
Step 1 – Clean the Bathroom
For more efficient cleaning, remove all items from the bathroom. It is better to delete everything at once, as you go. Keep all your small items in a storage box outside the bathroom, and throw all used bedding (including rugs) in the washing machine.
Step 2 – Dust and Sweep
You take out the duster and dust all the surfaces. Use a long handle to reach corners, light fixtures, and vents. Once all surfaces are clean, sweep (or vacuum) the bathroom floor to remove dust, debris, and hair.
Step 3 – Apply Cleaner
Apply cleaner to your bathroom surfaces. If you clean regularly, you can use an all-purpose cleaner, but an acid-based cleaner is recommended if you need to remove buildup from your tiles. Let it soak.
Step 4 – Clean
Apply the cleaner to your cloth or sponge and start cleaning other surfaces like shower rails, shelves, towel bars, baseboards, windows, blinds, and doors. To be most efficient, work in sections that go from left to right at the top of the room.
Step 5 – Preparing to Clean the Floor
Follow the directions on your cleanser and mix the recommended amount with a full bucket of warm water.
Step 6 – Clear
Scrub buildup and loose dirt away from surfaces. At this point, the cleaner has done most of the work for you, so the job will be easier. Be sure to go over all surfaces before washing.
Step 7 – Finish the Shower Area
Replace any items you removed from the shower and/or tub area, wiping them down with a clean cloth as you go. If you have a shower door, spray glass cleaner on it and wipe it down before closing it.
Step 8 – Work on the Vanity Area
Spray an all-purpose cleaner on the countertop, faucet, and sink, then wipe with a clean cloth. Use a rough sponge to loosen it up while cleaning the sink or soap dish. Use a glass cleaner for your glass.
Step 9 – Clean the toilet
If you regularly scrub the inside of your toilet, use an all-purpose cleaner. If there is any buildup, use toilet bowl cleaner and scrub with a toilet bowl brush. Spray the exterior with an all-purpose cleaner, then wipe clean.
Step 10 – Moisten the Floor
Soak your mop in the prepared cleaning solution, squeeze out the excess, and then get to work on the bathroom floor. let dry. Once dry, put away the freshly washed rugs or rugs and replace the litter.
Follow these 10 easy steps to clean your bathroom efficiently.