Bathroom Cleaning Tips

 

Buildup on shower doors: Wipe with lemon oil. Removes buildup and keeps doors protected longer from future buildup.

Drain de-clogger: 1/4 cup baking soda and 1/4 cup vinegar. Pour baking soda down drain first then follow with the vinegar. Close drain and let sit until bubbling has stopped then follow with a bucket of hot boiling water.

If you have more than one bath to clean, keep separate cleaning supplies in each bathroom, that way you can clean the bath at a moments notice.

Removing mildew from shower or bath: 3 parts bleach and 1 part water -- put in spray bottle. Spray on mildew areas and it will virtually disappear.

Shower curtains can be renovated by being washed, on gentle cycle, with a pint of white vinegar.

Soak rags in bleach and keep it over the stains for 12 hours for stubborn tub stains.

To clean matel faucests in Bathroom - Apply a little dish soap over them and keep for an hour. After that wash off with warm water and scrubber.

To clean the family toothbrushes, soak them in  an equal mix of baking soda and warm water overnight  once every week or so.  Rinse well be fore using.

To clean tubs and showers use a product that contains phosphoric acid, their is no scrubbing involved.

To remove the built up Mildew make a paste of vinegar and salt and apply to built-up area.

Use air-freshener to clean mirrors. It does a good job and better still, leaves a lovely smell to the shine.

You can prevent soap scum from accumulating on shower doors by applying a light coat of lemon oil. The oil will also keep doors shiny and, bathroom smelling fresher.