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Bathroom Cleaning

Bathroom Cleaning

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  1. Preparation: Before you begin cleaning, remove any personal items, toiletries, and clutter from the bathroom countertop, shower, and tub.

  2. Ventilation: Ensure proper ventilation by turning on the bathroom fan or opening a window. Adequate ventilation helps reduce moisture and prevent mold growth.

  3. Dusting: Start by dusting surfaces, including light fixtures, exhaust fans, and any shelves or decorative items.

  4. Sink and countertop: Spray the sink, faucet, and countertop with bathroom cleaner. Use a microfiber cloth or sponge to scrub the surfaces thoroughly, paying attention to any soap scum or toothpaste residue. Rinse with clean water and wipe dry with a towel or cloth.

  5. Mirror and glass: Use glass cleaner and a lint-free cloth or paper towel to clean the bathroom mirror. Wipe down any glass surfaces or fixtures, such as shower doors, with the same cleaner.

  6. Toilet: Apply toilet bowl cleaner inside the bowl and let it sit for a few minutes. Scrub the inside of the bowl with a toilet brush, making sure to get under the rim and around the trap. Wipe down the exterior of the toilet, including the tank and handle, with a disinfectant or bathroom cleaner.

  7. Shower and bathtub: Apply a suitable bathroom cleaner or tile and grout cleaner to the shower and bathtub surfaces. Allow it to sit for a few minutes to break down soap scum and grime. Scrub tiles, grout, and the tub or shower floor with a scrub brush or an abrasive sponge. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

  8. Tile and grout: Pay special attention to tile and grout lines. Use a grout brush or an old toothbrush to scrub and clean grout lines. Apply mildew remover if you have mold or mildew buildup. Rinse thoroughly.

  9. Showerhead and faucets: Remove mineral deposits from the showerhead and faucets by soaking them in vinegar for a few hours or overnight. Rinse with clean water and wipe dry.

  10. Floor: Sweep or vacuum the bathroom floor to remove loose dirt and debris. Mop the floor with a bathroom-appropriate floor cleaner, starting from the farthest corner and working your way toward the door. Rinse the mop frequently and change the water if it becomes dirty.

  11. Final touch-ups: Wipe down any remaining surfaces, including door handles, light switches, and any other high-touch areas.

  12. Trash and emptying the trash can: Empty the trash can and replace the liner with a fresh one.

  13. Ventilation and odor control: Ensure proper ventilation continues while the bathroom dries to prevent moisture buildup and odors.


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