Bathrooms will get dirty. Once you’ve washed the daily dirt from your body it’s got to go somewhere.
It is true that some of it goes straight down the drain but the rest of it will remain on your bath and basin and you need to get rid of it.
Here are some tips to hold back the filthy chaos that can engulf your bathroom if you are not careful.
Get the worst job out of the way first. Get some bleach pour a cup down the bowl and then set about brushing the sides and under the rim. Give the bleach about five minutes to do its work.
Use a damp paper towel to clean up any dirt lying on top of the rim. A multipurpose cleaner will be useful when it comes to the different surfaces on your toilet and don’t forget to wipe the handle.
If you brush it daily you can stop a nasty build up of filth occurring.
Spray it on to a cloth and wipe away those nasty stains. You can also use it on the bathroom mirror and other surfaces within your wet room.
It also works on the shower door which can become a bit grimy if it is not given a good clean once in a while.
Apply it on the toilet as well for any stubborn stains remaining on the rim.
Where limescale has developed around the taps you will need to get hold of some limescale remover.
You can also use your vinegar spray on the bath. Some people fill the bath up, add a few scoops of washing powder and leave for a while before pulling the plug and giving it a quick wipe round.
Last but not least you need to clean the bathroom floor. Pick up any bath mats and rugs and let them dry. Get your trusty damp paper towel and attack the corners first as this is where most of the hair and dust will be hiding.
Give it a good old mop with an all purpose cleaner and the job is a good ‘un!