Don’t you hate it when you’re assigned the most difficult chore, i.e. cleaning the bathroom, every general cleaning day? It takes so long to finish that you have to endure back and arm pains for several days from having to crouch down to scrub everything.
Next time, try the following bathroom cleaning hacks so you can rapidly enjoy your favorite wine which, of course, you will find in a freshly cleaned wine cooler (check coolingwine.com if you still just simply use a refrigerator).
Do some light cleaning daily.
Every day, after showering, you should try to spend at least a few minutes to wash off any soap or shampoo buildup in the shower stall or tub. Grab a brush or sponge and wipe those away before they become too hard to scrape off. Also, after brushing your teeth, use a damp sponge to remove any toothpaste, make up, and other stains around the sink.
Use natural cleaning ingredients.
Did you know that you can make your own tile cleaning solution that is as effective as the cleaning products you find at supermarkets? With the use of various household products, you can whip up a tile cleaner in a matter minutes. As an example, you can mix together ammonia, baking soda, and white vinegar and use them on the dirty grout lines on your bathroom floor. Alternatively, you can also mix baking soda, water, and bleach in a bucket and apply the mixture on the filthy and greasy tiles to give them a sparkly clean look. If you have hydrogen peroxide instead of bleach, you can combine it with liquid soap and baking soda to transform your bathroom into an immaculate, spotless sight.
Care for your toilet.
Toilets with yellow or brown stains are disgusting. Imagine how embarrassing it is if you have guests over and they find your toilet looking like that. To avoid being seen as a person who does not care about hygiene and cleanliness, make sure that you pay attention to your toilet all the time. Brush or scrub away any stains that you see right away. At least once a week, sprinkle about a cup of baking soda into the toilet to soften any buildups. Afterwards, pour in a cup of vinegar to remove the more stubborn elements. Scrub hard to fully get rid of the stains and unpleasant odor.
Use air fresheners.
You can improve your bathroom’s ambiance by using air fresheners. You can buy some from the supermarket or make your own. If you want to go the DIY route, you can whip up your own perfume by mixing lavender oil with white vinegar and water and spraying the mixture in the room after using.