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Cleaning the bathroom is not as difficult or time-consuming as you might think! You will need to use different strategies and cleaning materials for the different fixtures and areas of your bathroom, but you don’t need many products to make your bathroom sparkle. Deal with each area separately to make sure that every section is clean and tidy.
The washbasin is usually the easiest thing in the bathroom to clean, and requires only a few specific materials. You'll need a couple of microfibre cloths, a good multi-purpose cleaner, like Jif Multipurpose, and – if you're in an area prone to limescale – you can use a limescale removal product or think about using some vinegar.
Showers and baths require roughly the same treatment, and will introduce you to the wonderful world of tile cleaning as well. For the shower floor and bathtub, you can use natural acidic agents like vinegar and lemon juice. However, be careful not to use these or any acidic cleaners on tiled surfaces, as they may eat away at your grouting.
Toilet cleaning can be easy with the right materials. Equip yourself with a toilet brush, some rubber gloves, a liquid or powder-based toilet cleaner, a cleaning sponge, and some disinfectant spray, and let's get down to business.
The bathroom is a sensitive topic among families at the best of times, not discounting the fact that having a dirty bathroom can cause tension among family members. From hair in the drain, to facial hair in the sink and random nik naks out of place, it’s no wonder the bathroom can be a contentious area. Not only that, a bathroom is generally a humid and damp place, which makes it a perfect breeding ground for mould and other bacteria to grow!
The kitchen is the heart and center of the home — but it gets dirty fast. (Cleaning up is the downside to cooking at home!) If neglected, aside from basic washing up and wiping down, the kitchen can get out of hand very quickly. But forget weekend cleaning A to Z Cleaning — you can deep-clean the kitchen from top to bottom (and keep it clean!) day.