The Bathroom: most used room, hardest to keep clean. I know this is a sore subject in most homes because only a few people pitch in to get the job done, but with these helpful cleaning tips, you can save time and money.


Here are some Cleaning Tips for the bathroom that will cut your cleaning time, save money on cleaning products, and keep the bathroom cleaner for longer periods:

● When cleaning the bathroom, always start with the mirrors and shower doors. The dirt falls to the floor and cleans up is done in one step when you sweep and mop the floors.

● The best cleaner for mirrors and shower doors is a simple solution of water, 1/3 cup of vinegar, and 1⁄4 cup of rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle. Shake gently, then spray on glass surfaces and wipe with a paper towel.

● To clean grime and soap scum off the tub and shower stall scrub the area with a bristled brush to loosen grime, then spray or wipe on a concentrated orange-based commercial cleaning product. Let it sit for thirty minutes, and the grime and soap scum should rinse right off.

● After cleaning the tub and shower stall, coat the surfaces with expensive car wax. When done twice a year, this repels dirt and cuts cleaning time in half.

● Wiping away all the water on your shower stall after each use will keep the dirt and grime from building up and make weekly cleaning a breeze.

● When it’s time to clean the toilet and wipe down the counters, sinks, and faucets, apply white vinegar with a cloth and allow it to sit for a few minutes. Rinse off the solution and rub down the surfaces.

● Use a bath rug outside the shower to collect water and dirt.

● Clean your plastic shower curtain by tossing it in the washing machine with your dirty cleaning rags.

● Use toothpaste and a scrub brush to shine and clean your metal faucets.

So there you have it, folks: cleaning made easy and cost-effective. Until next time, go clean your bathroom!