The Daily Clean Option
The first thing that you can do is simple, start cleaning a little bit at a time. The next time you take a shower, start to clean and work through the different areas of your bathroom, and focus on the bigger picture of cleaning over time. For instance, you can clean your tub and shower area every shower with a spray. There are some that you spray and forget, allowing for daily maintenance to clear things up.
The Weekly Routine Solution
For those that don’t want to get into a cleaning method for daily use why not test out a weekly routine. Every seventh day you could clean your bathroom with a little bit of rigor. You can work with cleaning the shower with a tile and shower spray for starters. Then use a toilet brush to clean the interior of your toilet then use a mop and hot water to clean the floors. The sink and surfaces can be cleaned with an all-purpose cleaner and that’s it. Within less than an hour you could have a sparkling bathroom.
The Monthly Routine OptionNow, regardless of which solution you decide to use, you’re going to want to go with a deeper clean once a month. This is a solution that will require a bit more work. Once a month make sure that you get into the tub and scrape any residue off the fixtures, as well as spray the shower and tiles. Then make sure that you do deeper cleaning elements in the cabinets, the toilet, sink, and counter tops. You’ll want to make sure that you throw out old soap, update different toiletries, and more. This should take more time than other options and you should write a checklist of things to do overall. Go through the checklist and remember this only needs to be done once a month, after the other solutions are done.
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