The bathroom is one of the hardest parts of the house to clean. Those who are picky wouldn’t want to clean the bathroom because they feel like it’s full of dirt, being the main venue when it comes to cleaning and flushing the toxins out from the body. However, the horrible truth is that our bathrooms need to be cleaner than any other parts of the house because hygiene and cleanliness start there.
“The kitchen. The bathroom. The yin and yang of the household.”
― David C. Holley
Here are some tips on how to clean your bathroom like a pro to keep it glittering.
The first step to making your bathroom thoroughly clean cleaning everything. By everything, we mean every nook and every corner. Wipe the dirt off underneath your toilet tank and clean the pipes under your sinks. If it has holes in it, you need to fix it. Also, make sure to scrub the corner walls and floor tiles. If there are some hair stuck, remove them as they’re unappealing and could cause clogging of the drainage.
Replace Things that Cannot be Cleaned
Some things in the bathroom could be irredeemably dirty, such as shower curtains, rugs, and towels. These should be replaced. It may cost you to buy new items, but your bathroom will be tidy and presentable.
Don’t Shy Away From Paint
If you find your bathroom paints fading, it’s time to repaint it. You need to be careful when choosing the color of the paint. We recommend dark colors such as navy blue if you want your bathroom to be cozy and relaxing. If you paint the bathroom white, be ready to spend more time cleaning it to keep its pristine beauty and neatness.
After cleaning every aspect of the bathroom, design it to make it more inviting. Break away from the usual, dull, and boring look of your bathroom. You can gather some stones, wood plants, scented candles and arrange them to make it look like a spa. After a long day at work, it’ll be something to look forward to!
Maintaining your bathroom’s cleanliness and attractive look can be difficult and challenging, but it’s definitely rewarding once you accomplish