Bathroom clean up can be the worst, and most people put it off until it’s time for spring cleaning. However, waiting that long will mean that it takes a little longer to clean. Following a few tips will ensure that you get everything in tip-top shape quickly and efficiently.
The 15-Minute Version.
The first thing you should do is get all your cleaning supplies ready, remove all the dirty clothes and pick up trash. Using a disinfectant, wipe down the tub and sink quickly. Do a quick scrub of the toilet bowl and use disinfectant wipes to clean the outside. Clean the mirror and ensure that only bathroom items are in the room.
Extras for Spring Cleaning.
Bathroom clean up can be a breeze if you follow the 15-minute version above, remembering to sweep and mop. However, during a deep clean, you’ll want to wipe down or dust the corners and ceiling, as well as any fans or vents. During this time, you can also remove light fixtures and wipe them clean before replacing them.
Next, remove the curtains, blinds or drapes from the window and wash them, as per manufacturer’s directions. You can also clean the outside and inside of the windows during this time, remembering to rinse the screens and replace them.
After the windows are clean, scrub the tub and shower curtains. Thoroughly clean the toilet, as well, remembering to disinfect the handle and all around the base. If you have linen or medicine cabinets, remove everything and wash inside and out. Check medications to ensure that nothing is expired and replace everything neatly.
Remember that this is a spring clean and you don’t have to do everything all the time. Get into all the crevices and tight spots around the faucet, scrub the sink and clean mirrors.
Make sure you shake out your bathroom rugs, wash them, and hang them to dry or dry them in the machine if possible. You’ll also want to sweep and mop. Because it is a deep clean, you may want to get down on your hands and knees, scrubbing until everything shines.