Cleaning your bathroom is unlikely to be a work you enjoy. After all, who ever claimed to love cleaning toilets or tackling mold stains? But that doesn’t mean it has to be an ungrateful task-or an especially time-consuming one. We’ve gathered tips from the best cleaning experts on how to clean a bathroom with the items you already have at home, making the job simpler and saving you time.
Use Lemon to Wash Hard Water Stains Away
Although hard water stains are unavoidable in areas where water flows continuously, it’s surprisingly easy and cheap to get rid of them. All you need to do is cut a lemon in half, rub it over the chrome fittings, and the ugly-looking stains should vanish immediately. In addition, all unwanted odors are masked when you use lemon as a cleaning agent. In case it’s time for some deep cleaning: sprinkle sea salt on the lemon and rub this on the dirty areas in your bathroom. You can use this tip to clean your bathroom tiles, grouts, shower doors, sinks, toilet bowls, faucets, and other easily stained areas in your bathroom.
Clean the Bathtub
I think everyone with a bathtub is blessed – that’s only because I’d love to have one too. But I have to admit somewhere, I’m glad I don’t have one, because cleaning a bathtub is an awful lot of work. I found a tip that makes it so much easier and saves you a lot of back- and knee pain. You should cover the bathtub with dish soap (detergent), grab a clean and soft broom and scrub the tub with it. Once the entire tub is soaped, it’s time to rinse it clean. Keep doing this until all the soapy water has been rinsed away. Using a broom instead of a sponge saves you a lot of time as the broom covers a larger area at once. Continue reading on the next page and find out how easy it can be to clean your bathroom. All you need is a bit of vinegar.