The easiest way to efficient clean your bathroom is your follow a sanitation plan. If you don’t have one, have no worries as you can use ours.
Step 1: Remove the clutter
Before your grab the microfiber cloths and mob, take a tour of your bathroom and clear all the items that don’t belong in the room. This way you will have lesser items to sanitise and you will have an easier access to all the hard to reach areas of your bathroom. It will also provide you more operating room which can be very important if you have a tiny lavatory.
Step 2: Disinfect the toilet
Start the cleaning routine by pouring disinfectant or bleach into the toilet. Allow the sanitation detergent to sit for a while.
Step 3: Remove the dust
Grab your duster and carefully clear the dust from the top and sides of your bathroom cabinetry and countertops. Turn extra attention to the corners of the room as they tend to accumulate the highest amounts of dirt and dust. If you don’t have a duster you can also use a broom or clean soft cloth.
Step 4: Apply scrub powder
Sprinkle scrub power over the sink, bathtub, shower cabin and faucets and allow it to sit from 10 to 15 minutes. Meanwhile you can grab your toilet brush and carefully scrub your toilet with the bleach or disinfectant that you poured in step 2. When done, flush several times and have the peace of mind that your toilet has been meticulously sanitised. Now get a sponge and start treating all the amenities on which you applied the scrub powder. Work slowly as the powder is abrasive and you don’t want to damage any surfaces with scratches. End this stage of your cleaning routine by rinsing your bathroom appliances thoroughly.
Step 5: Clean the walls, ceiling and windows
Spray disinfectant or bleach on the windows, tiled walls and ceiling and start scrubbing with the aid of a soft brush to carefully clean every single centimetre of your bathroom. If your walls aren’t covered with tiles and you notice mold on them or the ceiling, treat the problematic areas with a mold remover. Also work with rubber gloves as some types of mold removers can be quite harsh on the hands and skin.
Step 6: Sanitise the shower head
The shower head is the bathroom feature that accumulates the most soap scum, so you should treat it separately from your lavatory appliances. Spray the feature with a commercial cleanser and use an old toothbrush to penetrated deep into the hard to reach areas of your shower head. Allow the sanitation product to sit for several minutes before you rinse it.
Step 7: Mop the floor
End the cleaning routine by mopping your floor with an eco-friendly cleaning solution.
If all this seems too much for you, you can always use the services of a professional cleaning company. Don’t worry about using sanitation services as nowadays most cleaning contractors work with affordable rates.
As you can see cleaning the bathroom isn’t as hard as you think when you have everything planned ahead.