When it comes to cleaning the house, there is always one area that I do not look forward to dealing with. That area, of course, is the bathroom. It does not matter if it your child's bathroom or your bathroom, this area of the home always manages to get incredibly dirty.
The following are some pieces of advice that I have picked up from friends over the years, as well as some
that I have figured out on my own which can help you keep your bathroom clean.
Let's start with the toilet. Any toilet is impossible to toilet marks. These marks are easy to ignore, but fix the problem before it starts by using a toilet scrubber to eliminate them before they start. It takes less than 20 seconds.
It is always important to replace shower liner. Shower lines always manage to pile up dirt over a few months. You should try to get a new shower liner every 4 to 5 months to prevent this.
Any bathroom is better off when it has a bathroom rug. In addition to the aesthetic value it serves in a
bathroom, a lush bathroom rug can be used to help clean up excess water that accompanies wet feet when they leave the shower.
If you use liquid soap, and a little bit happens to spill out onto your sink countertop, be sure to clean it up before it dries. Liquid soaps tend to be a pain to remove once they dry, so you are always better off taking care of the problem before it becomes a bigger one.
Another important place you must clean is the bathroom garbage. Q-tips, used tissues, floss and tampons are just some of the undesirable garbage that piles up in any common bathroom receptacle. Do not let this disgusting garbage pile up!
Finally, always remember to floss! It may not help to create a clean bathroom, but it will give you a cleaner mouth!