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How to Clean Your Bathroom in Ten Minutes
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To make maximum use of your cleaning time, it’s essential that you clear the room of all bath accessories (towels, rugs, scales, etc). And there’s a a few things you can do daily to keep dirt at bay: ventilate the bathroom (excess moisture promotes the growth of mildew) and spray the shower and tub with disinfectant (to reduce soap scum buildup).

Here’s a simple four-step plan:

Step 1-Spray

Start by spraying an all-purpose cleaner on the fixtures (tub, sink, toilet and faucets). Allow the cleaner to sit and do its work while you move on to step 2.

Step 2-Wipe the Walls

Spray a sponge with an antibacterial cleanser and wipe all the walls and any woodwork with it. Be sure to concentrate on the areas that are covered with fingerprints and spots.

Step 3-Clean Fixtures

Wipe the fixtures and rinse.

Start with the tub, so that the cleanser stays on the toilet longer. Then clean the toilet (use a brush for the inside). Finish with the sink.

Step 4-Mop the Floor

Starting with the area furthest from the door, mop the floor. Use a sponge or a sponge mop dipped in a mild floor detergent, and change the rinse bucket whoever it looks murky.

For a Clean Soap Dish

Just fill a small dish with pebbles and place your soaps on top. The result of this? Soapy water will drip to the bottom of the dish, so the soaps will always look fresh and pretty.

Boston ferns, striped dracaena and palms are easy care plants that will remove indoor pollutants like formaldehyde, a major chemical found in furniture, cabinetry and flooring. They will thrive in your bathroom and also purify the air.

 

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