Clean the shower and tub. (Here’s a handy list of tub and shower cleaning related articles)
- How to Clean Up After a Toilet Overflow
- How to Clean the Bathtub
- How to Clean a Very Dirty Bathtub
- How to Clean Tile
- How to Repair Stained Grout
- How to Clean Cultured Marble
- How to Clean a Jetted Tub
- How to Get Rid of Hairspray Residue
- How to Get Rid of Pink Shower Mold
- How to Clean Moldy Shower Tile
- Hard Water Spots in the Shower
- Why Do Hard Water Spots Come Back?
And back to the sink vanity and mirror. Again with the left to right, top to bottom thing.
Spray and wipe the mirror and then, use paper towels or rags to finish cleaning the sink and surrounding area. While you’re at it give the cabinet -if you have one- a good cleaning. Q-Tips definitely come in handy for this portion of your bathroom cleaning adventure. Here’s how to clean those tight little cabinet corners.
Don’t forget behind the faucet and the holes designed to keep your sink from overflowing as those areas can get pretty funky.
Is your sink not draining properly? It may be time to clear out the trap, which is a pretty easy project and should take less than ten minutes.
And here we are, it’s time to clean the toilet.
And for that horrible area behind the bolts that attach the seat, I’ve got another suggestion:
Now grab one of your rags, preferably NOT the one used on the toilet. Spray it with a little of your all purpose cleaner or dilute white vinegar and wipe the grime off of the toe boards / molding. Grab your mop and give the floor a good going over, paying particular attention to the area around the toilet, ESPECIALLY if you have boys or men in the house.
Replace all of your bathroom towels rugs/mats after the floor is completely dry and call it a day.
Regular maintenance will prevent this chore from needing this level of intensity in the future.
I need a nap.
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