7 Professional Bathroom Cleaning Tips to Make Your Bathroom Sparkle

It can be difficult to keep a sparkling bathroom, especially if you have a large family or pets between each professional bathroom cleaning. With just a few easy tips and a couple of things you already have in the house, you can have a sparkling clean bathroom in no time at all!

Read on for seven professional bathroom cleaning tips to use between now and your next deep cleaning!

1. Use Vinegar

Vinegar is a versatile liquid that can help you clean several objects in your home. You can clean your showerhead, the faucets, and the toilet bowl! Add some baking soda and you have the ultimate combo for cleaning out your drains, too, all without chemical cleaners!

2. Ventilate

Each time you shower, open a window or turn on the extractor fan to help stop mold from developing. Keeping good airflow through the space is important in order to stop the moisture build-up that leads to mold. Once mold sets in, it can be difficult to get rid of, so best to stop it before it starts!

3. Toothpaste

If you want a way to clean that tough limescale build-up, try using whitening toothpaste. Scrub it around with an old toothbrush and leave it to sit for a few moments before wiping it off. Your faucets will look better than ever.

4. Remove the Toilet Seat

Splashed urine gets into every little crevice on your toilet. To get it all, and stop the smell, remove the toilet seat and clean it and the bowl separately. Any missed spray allows bacteria to get a foothold in your bathroom!

5. Window Tracks

No one likes to see grimy windows and sliding door tracks, and there’s a simple solution to both. Bring out your trusty vinegar and baking soda along with an old toothbrush and scrub those tracks clean. If the track corners are particularly bad, grab a paper towel and a butter knife to get all the dirt out.

6. Shower Doors & Mirrors

White vinegar and baking soda are a winning combination, but vinegar and dishwashing liquid work well together, too! Mix them together in a spray bottle and use it to wash your shower doors and mirrors. Your shower door needs a scrub brush to get all the stains off, but all your mirror needs is a good microfiber cloth to get the job done.

7. The Bathroom Vent

The overhead vent in the bathroom gets pretty dirty over time and can be a pain to get clean. The best way to go about it is to first vacuum the vest very thoroughly, catching any stray dust that you can. Then pull the vent cover down and off.

You might need a screwdriver to take it down, so have one handy, just in case. You can use dishwashing detergent to scrub down the cover and get it spotless. For the fan, simple warm, soapy water is best, then let it dry before you put the cover back on.

What to Do Between Each Professional Bathroom Cleaning

Listen to the professionals and you can keep your bathroom sparkling clean with ease. Just keep a supply of vinegar, baking soda, and dishwashing detergent on hand and you can clean anything and keep it clean. Even those stubborn stains.

Enjoy this article? Then don’t forget to contact Leblanc Cleaning to schedule your next deep clean!

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