When it comes to cleaning, it is an absolute nightmare, but when it comes to bathroom cleaning, it’s on a whole new level. Many people find it super hard to clean their bathrooms because of the delicate surfaces and the disgusting hard to clean stains, not to mention that all of the efforts are thrown out of the window after a very short period of time.
Luckily there are tips, tricks, and hacks that can help you clean the bathroom easily without using top-notch products. All you have to do is use one of the following tips for easier cleaning experience. Without further ado, here are 11 surprising bathroom cleaning methods you have to know about
1. Vinegar & baking soda in the toilet
Mix vinegar with baking soda and let it sit in your toilet for 10 to 15 minutes while it fizzes, then, scrub the inside of the toilet bowl using a toilet brush and let the baking soda and vinegar mixture sit for a while and repeat the process until all of the stains are cleared.
2. Baby oil
You can make your faucets shine with no streaks on them using baby oil. All you have to do is apply some baby onto a paper towel, then use to scrub and wipe a thin coat on the faucets. Once done, scrub off the baby oil until your faucets start shining using a dry paper towel.
3. Grapefruit & salt
If you are dealing with a lot of soap scum in your bathtub, then sprinkle salt over the stained area and use the cut side of half a grapefruit to scrub it into the stain. This way you will clean off the scum and end up with a nice refreshing smell.
4. Bag of vinegar
A bag of vinegar can do a lot of dirty work for you. Simply tie it around your shower head and let it sit for an entire night, the next morning, the scum that was on the showerhead will come right off with the bag. You can add some few drops of any essential oil to clear off the vinegar smell in case you hate it.
5. Clean mirror combination
Mix dish soap with rubbing alcohol and ammonia, pour the blend in a spray bottle and squirt it on your mirrors, then use a clean towel to wipe it off to remove streaks, dried-on water spots, and platters.
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