Although cleaning the bathroom is not usually the favourite household task, it is necessary. We start and end our day there. Go to the toilet there, brush our teeth, clean ourselves, and do our hair and make-up. Because the bathroom is heavily utilized, it is important to clean it on a regular basis.

Other than regular keep up, we suggest deep cleaning the bathroom once a week. After every bath or shower or using the washbasins, it is advisable to dry the surfaces with a dry clean cloth. The toilet bowl and the bathtub surround usually need more attention. But cleaning activities such as cleaning the bath, shower, and washbasin(s) including taps, mopping the floor, and cleaning the tiles including grouting can easily be done on a weekly basis. If you don’t want to do it your self there is always house cleaning Las Vegas.

Cleaning Taps and Faucets

Shiny taps. Who would not want that? A fingerprint or stain on a faucet is easily made and limescale is something that is inevitable over time. So, for regular maintenance, it is best to rinse the residual soap, shampoo, and shower gel from the taps after each use.

cleaning tap

Since bathroom faucets are commonly made of chrome or brass, which is sensitive to acidic cleaning, it is best to use a mild cleaner. After cleaning, dry the faucet with a soft, dry cloth and you’ll have clean and shiny faucets.

Cleaning Washbasin and mirror

Most sinks are made of ceramic, natural stone, or plastic. Ceramic is especially sensitive to limescale, plastic is very sensitive to scratches, and natural stone can erode over time because of chemicals.

For a plastic wash basin, use a mild detergent without vinegar. In any case, do not use abrasives because it can scratch the top layer and damage the sink. Use a soft towel or sponge to dry the surface after rinsing it with lukewarm water.

cleaning washbasin

You can make small scratches disappear by treating the washbasin with car wax once a year. It is best to clean the mirror(s) above the washbasin(s) with Glassex and a soft cloth. When you wipe the mirrors with an old newspaper after brushing, you prevent streaks.

Bathtub Cleaning

Our advice is to dry the walls with a squeegee after every bath. This prevents limescale. In addition, it is advisable to use a bathtub surround to protect the bathtub unit. Using a bathtub surround not only gives a stylish look but also gives a space between walls and bathtub which reduces the mess being created. When water remains on a sealant edge, this causes the sealant edges to come loose, resulting in leakage. Use a soap solution of cleaning vinegar and water or use a durable bathroom cleaner. Clean thoroughly once a week with an anti-limescale cleaner and a sponge or soft cloth.

cleaning Bathtub

Floor Tiles Cleaning

Tiles are beautiful, but you see everything on them. We suggest using a sponge or brush to keep your tiles clean and shining. Cleaning chemicals with a PH of 7 or above are preferred. Lower than 7 contains more acid, which can cause damage to the cement of the joints. After that, wipe the tiles with a dry towel. This prevents you from continuing to see the water droplets. It’s conceivable that the grout lines between the tiles will turn grey. With an old toothbrush and some bleach or lemon juice, you can simply clean the filth between the tiles. Scrub well between the joints and rinse with warm water.

Floor Tiles Cleaning

Cleaning Toilet

The toilet is a breeding ground for bacteria and that is why it is important to take care of not only the toilet seat but the entire toilet once a week. Spray strong bleach under the rim and into the bowl by lifting the toilet seat. Let this retract. When the bleach is well absorbed, brush the jar well and rinse with water. Then remove the outside of the toilet including the toilet seat. You can do this with an all-purpose cleaner and a microfibre cloth. Also, take the flush button and the toilet roll holder with you.

Wood Cleaning

A striking bathroom trend is the use of natural materials. Super beautiful, but this requires special maintenance. For example, untreated wood in the bathroom is very vulnerable. Every (grease) spatter penetrates the wood and creates a stain. Therefore, immediately remove the stain with a soft cloth and lukewarm water. Allowing it to absorb into the wood is not a good idea. Wipe the wood grain in a clockwise motion. It’s important to keep the bathroom well aired and the wood maintained as dry as possible.

Bottom Line

Did the above tips help you? Try the tips listed here and you will feel a change in your bathroom look. One thing to take note of is using too aggressive and corrosive cleaning agents is a mistake made by many of us. Use a mild detergent such as green soap to wipe your bathroom materials, bathtub surround, and faucets.