Bathroom Cleaning Guide
A clean bathroom is the ultimate sign of a clean home
With all those germs lying around, only by implementing a bathroom cleaning routine that works will you be to keep on top of it and keep your bathroom as the healthiest room in the house.
Bathroom cleaning tips are usually split into two categories – the everyday and the deep clean tips. For best results, use both sections to keep your bathroom sparkling.
11 Quick Steps to Clean Your Bathroom
Often, the most effective bathroom cleaning tasks are the simplest ones.
Put into place a bathroom cleaning routine comprised of the following 11 steps:
Disinfect the toilet
Clean bath, shower & sink
Regular cleaning like this should prevent longer-term staining.
Clean mirrors & screens
Check your vents
Clean the tiles
Clean the floor
*Bathroom Cleaning Tips for a Deep Clean*
Regular bathroom cleaning can keep the grime away, but a less frequent deep cleaning bathroom routine is the only way to go beneath the surface grime and tackle the bacteria beneath it. Every few months, undertake a comprehensive deep clean including the following steps:
Scrub the grout
Unclog the pipes
Pay attention to the floor tiles
Check for stains elsewhere
Best Bathroom Cleaning Products
As you might have noticed, we’re big fans of white vinegar, but when it comes to natural bathroom cleaning products, there are some other excellent options available too.
Try baking soda to cut through dirt and grease when mixed with water or use it neat to get rid of stubborn stains. The acidic properties in lemon juice can also help in everyday bathroom cleaning tasks like removing soap scum from tiles.
High-Quality Traditional Bathrooms
From cast iron baths to traditional design suites and old fashioned toilets, all our products are made in the UK and built to last a lifetime! We also sell a wide range of bathroom furniture for Edwardian, Georgian and Victorian homes.
From designing a new high-spec bathroom to adding a new piece of furniture to your existing design, Old Fashioned Bathroom are here to help. Drop into our showroom or give us a call for more info – we can help you create an old fashioned bathroom design to be proud of!