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Bathroom cleaning with no strain

There are several areas in your bathroom you need to pay special attention to, if you want remove all possibility of unpleasant bacteria take permanent residence in there. Just make sure to follow the steps described below:

  • Bathroom CleaningSoak your showerhead in a plastic grocery bag filled with white vinegar. It that way, you will kill off all bacteria. In order to treat the shower curtain for bacteria, soap foam and mildew, simply throw it in the washing machines together with several old towels which will scrub off all the unwanted organisms from the fabric.

  • You can use an ordinary toothbrush (not the one you wash your teeth with, of course) soaked in bleach to rub clean the grout between the tiles. A little known fact is that most of the bacteria in your bathroom live precisely in the grout, so that treatment is essential.

  • The best way to clean the tiles and walls in your bathroom is to treat them with an all purpose cleaner, then turn the shower on with hot water until steam builds up the room. Then leave the bathroom, without forgetting to close the door and wait for half an hour. For that time, the steam and the cleaner will mix and wiping the tiles, countertops and walls will become much easier and effective for that matter.

  • The best way to clean and disinfect the toilet bowl is to sprinkle a tablespoon of baking soda in it and let it sit for ten minutes, then brush and flush. This should remove any stains and provide you with a perfectly clean toilet bowl. Do not forget to take care of the toilet brush too – disinfect and clean it by soaking it into bleach and carefully clean the container with soapy water.

  • Bathroom CleaningIf the drain of the bathroom sink is clotted, just pour baking soda or white vinegar in it and then flush with hot water. The faucets are to be carefully disinfected using a cloth reserved for that purpose only, and stored under appropriate conditions.

  • If you want bacteria free bathroom, you should not overlook the proper (and regular) washing of your hand towels. They should be replaced at least once a week (in the best case scenario – twice) and washed with particular care, preferably on the sanitizing setting of your washing machine (in case it has one).