5 Bathroom Cleaning Tips You Wish You’d Known Sooner

There are few who actually enjoy cleaning. There are even fewer who enjoy cleaning the bathroom. Between scrubbing the toilet or finding out what exactly is in your shower drain, it’s not a pleasant task. However, there are some things you can do in order to make the task quicker, and an overall easier experience. From choosing a preventative and long lasting solution such as Permatreat, to some quick hacks that will keep your mirrors looking shiny and new, here are five tips that you can use for your next bathroom deep clean.

Tile

Cleaning your tile regularly is the best way to maintain it. Steam cleaning, baking soda and vinegar, and oxygenated bleach are all great solutions for tile cleaning. Additionally, opting for a high quality sealing solution such as Permatreat for your tile is a worthy investment that will keep your floors looking new for years to come.

Mirror

Giving the mirror some TLC is another crucial part of your deep clean. Every time you have to squint through the make up dust and toothpaste specks in order to see your reflection, you know it’s time to get out the scrub brush. Instead of a glass cleaner and a paper towel, which tends to leave streaks, use tea instead! Strong black tea in a spray bottle cleans the mirror without leaving splotches, and drying with a newspaper will leave your mirror streak-free.

Toilet

Cleaning the toilet is likely one of the worst aspects of cleaning the bathroom. Knowing everything that people do in there is enough to make anyone gag while scrubbing. In order to make this process easier, instead of using a fancy cleaning solution, just use white vinegar. Not only does vinegar disinfect by killing mold, germs and bacteria, but it also dissolves the scum that you find in your toilet bowl.

Sink

After looking away from your mirror, you may notice the hard water stains on the faucet below you. Scrubbing tends to just blur the already existing splotches. In order to get rid of them entirely, use an all-natural tool: a lemon. Rubbing a lemon over your bathroom hardware will break down hard water stains in a snap, having the added benefit of leaving your bathroom smelling lemony fresh!

Shower

The shower tends to be one of the most difficult projects of the bathroom, as soap scum can be fairly resilient against your average cleaner. Try going at it with a different angle by filling a dish wand with half dish soap and half vinegar. It will break through the grime better, leaving your bath or shower squeaky clean.  

Cleaning the bathroom will never be a fun task, but by using these tips, you’re sure to save time and energy for more entertaining activities. Strictly Tile has partnered with Permatreat to bring Seattle homeowners the best, longest lasting tile solutions. To learn more about bathroom care and maintenance, visit our website today. To learn more about Permatreat solutions, give us a call at 206-375-5858.

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