Keeping your bathroom clean with a consistent effort is the best way to keep your remodeled bathroom looking its best. It’s important to remember that safe use of cleaning products at home is something that you should always keep in mind. See our list of recommended cleaning products and instructions for your bathroom here.
In the spirit of National Poison Prevention Week March 15-21, remember to always follow these guidelines:
Natural Products Can Still Be Toxic. Natural cleaning products should be used with the same caution as commercial products. Always use gloves and be sure to keep your cleaning area ventilated. These precautions are important to take when using any cleaning substance.
Use Mild Products Whenever Possible. Most cleaning can be accomplished using mild products such as vinegar and baking soda. Only use ammonia and bleach when absolutely necessary.
Always Read The Label. This may sound like a no brainer, but, you should always read the product label and pay attention to words such as “caution,” or “dangerous.”
Some Mixtures Can Be Dangerous. You should NEVER mix ammonia and bleach together. This mixture produces toxic gasses.
Childproof Your Cleaning Products. Be sure to keep all of your cleaning products out of reach for both children and pets. Even something as simple as a full bucket of water left unattended can be a drowning danger.
Label Homemade Products. It is always best to keep cleaning products in their original containers. If you have mixed homemade products, be sure to label them accurately, and always used new, clean, containers for storing homemade products.
Wash Your Hands After Cleaning. Always be sure to wash your hands after handling and using any cleaning products.