Cleaning Bathroom Fast and Efficiently
Cleaning the house can really take much time. For some people, it might take the whole day to clean the house. The bathroom might take a half of that time that is used for all the rooms in the house, and we wish we had more time to finish cleaning and polishing that room which can be the one that you like cleaning the least. Ridding showers, bathtubs, toilets and other surfaces of all sorts of buildup takes both time and hard work. Clean your bathrooms fast and efficiently by using this 9-steps process.
Can Get Bored and Tired of Cleaning the Bathroom
Remove the Items
For the best results, do this step for the entire bathroom instead of as you go. Remove all of your products from the shower and/or bathtub. Toss all used towels and rugs outside the room. Move any items from the counters outside the bathroom, as well. Do not forget to grab any trashcans.
Dust and Sweep
Getting rid of dust, grab your duster with a long handle to remove any cobwebs in corners, on light fixtures or in vents. If you still cannot reach the cobwebs, pull in a stepladder to get up high. Once done, sweep or vacuum the floors to pick up hair and other debris that may have accumulated on the floors.
Shower and Bathtub Cleaner
Apply an all-purpose cleaner, if you clean regularly or an acid-based cleaner if you have serious buildup to your shower. Do not forget the shower track and inside the shower door if applicable. Let it soak.
Implement Other Surfaces
Spray the all-purpose cleaner on to your cleaning device and wipe down any towel racks, shelves, baseboards, doors, blinds and windowsills. Work in sections from the top of the room to the bottom, and left to right.
Cleaning Solution for Floor
Fill a bucket with warm water and the recommended amount of all-purpose cleaner.
Shower and Bathtub
At this point, the cleaner will have done much of the work for you, allowing you lightly scrub away loose dirt and buildup. Get all walls, floors and other surfaces clean before rinsing.
Finish the Shower and Bathtub
Replace all items you removed, wiping them if necessary as you go, then close the shower curtain or door. If you do have a shower door, spray glass cleaner to give it a streak-free finish.
Clean the Vanity Area
Spray the all-purpose cleaner on the sink, faucets and countertops, then wipe with a clean cloth. If you have buildup in the sink or in a soap dish, use a scrubby sponge to loosen before wiping clean. Use the glass cleaner on your mirror. A cloth dampened with water will remove dust from cabinet faces.
Clean the Toilet
If you scrub inside your toilet regularly, the all-purpose cleaner should get the job done. Spray or sprinkle a toilet-specific cleaner if buildup exists, then scrub with a toilet brush before flushing. Spray the outside of the toilet with the all-purpose cleaner, then wipe with a clean cloth.
Mop the Floor
Dip your mop into the bucket of cleaning solution, squeeze out excess water, then clean the bathroom floor. Once dry, replace the trashcan and your freshly laundered rugs.
The above can help you clean your bathroom fast and efficiently, as can keeping it tidy between cleanings.