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How to Keep Your New Bathroom in Good Condition  

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The bathroom is one of the most often used rooms in the house and, if left neglected, may rapidly deteriorate into an unsanitary health danger. Hair may block plugholes, limescale can accumulate on showerheads and faucets, and mold can grow on surfaces. With this in mind, cleaning the bathroom can rapidly become a hated job, all the more so when a simple wipe with an antibacterial wipe is reluctant to make any difference.

 

If you’re feeling the bathroom cleaning blues or searching for some practical cleaning guidance, we’ve got all the ideas you need to make bathroom cleaning a breeze.

 

1.Maintain your new bathroom looking new 

Bathroom surfaces, more than any other, are a breeding ground for bacteria. They may get coated in toothpaste, hair, soap, and watermarks, among other things; therefore, it is critical to keep them clean. Wiping down bathroom surfaces regularly is one of the most effective methods to maintain them clean and gleaming. Spray the bathroom with an antibacterial cleanser and wipe with a microfibre towel. That is all there is to it. By repeating this procedure every 2-3 days, you may avoid dust accumulation and maintain your bathroom in order.

 

2.Touch up paint to avoid chipping or peeling 

Since tiles are composed of a variety of materials, not all cleaners are suitable for usage. It is thus critical to determine which kind of cleaner would work best on your tiles. Natural stone, such as travertine, is very porous and susceptible to staining and damage from abrasive cleansers.

 

Grout cleaners that have been specially designed are excellent for removing dirt from tile grout. Alternatively, a steam cleaner may be used to remove grime without using chemicals. Indeed, doing so little and often is more likely to keep dirt from accumulating and necessitating an epic thorough clean. Additionally, regular mini-cleans guarantee that the area remains sanitary and germ-free!

 

3.Clean the grout and tile thoroughly with a grout cleaner or steam cleaner

Preventing mold growth on bathroom tiles may be challenging. There is, however, a remedy! Once a week, give your bathroom a good cleaning to help prevent mold buildup. You may clean shower floors and bathtub rings ultimately with abrasive scrubbing pads, while grout can be cleaned efficiently using tile brushes. Alternatively, I would recommend cleaning those tiny bathroom nooks with an old toothbrush. A toothbrush is very efficient in removing mold, dust, and filth from hard-to-reach areas of your bathroom.

 

Washing the tiles and grout in your bathroom regularly can help prevent dirt buildup and mold growth. While this may seem to be an enormous task, it only takes 30 minutes out of your day, and it’s well worth it for a clean bathroom!

 

 4.Clean your bathroom daily with a shower squeegee for mold prevention 

Nobody enjoys toilet cleaning. It is undoubtedly famous for unpleasant tasks involved in bathroom cleaning. However, it would help if you cleaned your toilet correctly at least once a week.

 

With relatives and friends passing through your house and using the toilet daily, germs may rapidly accumulate. To combat this issue, I would highly advise you to develop the practice of cleaning down your bathroom with an antiperspirant deodorant frequently. It should be done every few days. Spray the toilet thoroughly, including the seat, lid, flush lever, and sides, and then wipe off with a cleaning cloth. Allow a cup of bleach to soak in the toilet bowl for 15 minutes before cleaning with a broom handle and flushing.

 

Side Note: Your toilet brush is a breeding ground for all kinds of nasty bacteria. Once a week, clean your broom handle by immersing it in a basin of hot water containing a cup of bleach. It will eliminate any harmful germs and maintain the sanitary condition of your toilet brush.

 

TAKEAWAY

While there are many cleansers and cleaners on the market, not all cleansers are appropriate for every material in your bathroom. Most multi-surface cleaners are adequate for cleaning shelves, surfaces, handles, and other crevices and nooks in and around the toilet. Additionally, there is a widespread misunderstanding that a single kind of cleaner is suitable for usage throughout the bathroom. Diverse regions of the bathroom will need the use of particular items.

 

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