Small Steps to Keeping Your Bathroom Clean

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BathroomYour bathroom might be one of the most used rooms in your home, but is probably also the one hardest to keep clean. With so many people and so many purposes for one room, keeping up with everything might seem overwhelming. Good cleaning services can clean and disinfect your bathroom, but there are some steps you can take to keep it looking great between cleanings.

Dirty clothes tend to accumulate in a bathroom, especially if there are children using it. Curb this by keeping a hamper in the bathroom and reminding your family to put their dirty clothes in the hamper as soon as they finish.

Counters pick up bits of dropped toothpaste, make-up, and shaving cream easily, but you can keep them from looking dirty just by wiping the counters down with a rag when you finish getting ready in the morning.

Showers build up grime and soap scum faster than we realize. The solution for preventing this couldn’t be simpler: a few times a week, spray the shower with a mixture of vinegar and water, rub the walls with a cloth, and then run the shower for a minute.

The toilet can be difficult to keep clean, especially if you have hard water. Keep a toilet brush nearby, and whenever it starts to look a little dirty, run the brush around it. If you have hard water stains, find a solution tailored to that issue, and use it at least once a month.

Just a few simple additions to your every day house cleaning routine can help keep your bathroom healthy and clean for you, your family, and your friends. 

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