How to effectively clean the sink, bathtub and tiles in the bathroom
Keeping the bathroom clean is essential for a balanced and carefree life. Studies have shown that most of the germs in the house are hidden in the bathroom and from here we can conclude that the bathroom becomes a priority when cleaning.
Recommendations for maintaining cleanliness in the bathroom
Once the cleaning process has started, we will have to consider the following aspects:
First of all, we recommend using a damp cloth or sponge to gather the hairs from the sanitary ware, tiles or tiles.
Start cleaning with the top because some of the microorganisms removed from the objects at height will fall on the ones below or, rather, on the tiles. So we will clean the tiles and the sanitary ware leaving the tiles for the end.
In order for the sanitary objects such as: the sink, the toilet, the bathtub and the shower to shine properly, we will spray a whitening and disinfection product on their surface, leaving the liquid to act for a few minutes. Then wipe the area with a lightly abrasive sponge and rinse with a strong stream of water.
The toilet bowl is perhaps the largest collector of microorganisms dangerous to health. Therefore, we will pay close attention to rubbing it with abrasive dust to remove any traces of unwanted deposits. There are also disinfectants that cling to the edge of the toilet bowl but they do not guarantee the total removal of bacteria.
We will pay more attention to the cupboard where we keep cosmetics because this is a place where microbes grow very easily. In the same vein, we recommend regularly washing and wiping frequently used cosmetic containers.
The cleaning of the sink is again a very important aspect and can be maintained by frequent rinsing with water or cleaning solutions.
Problems with the drain system can cause additional sludge to build up on the surface of the sink. To avoid this, make sure that you do not have problems with water leaks, whether we are talking about leaks from the sink or from the bathtub, shower.
There is a special powder on the market for cleaning porcelain or acrylic surfaces, but effective solutions can also be obtained by mixing kitchen products - vinegar, baking soda, salt and lemon. This mixture cleans very well.
Nothing is more unpleasant than a tub full of stains, or worse, full of mold or rust. Use solutions for cleaning cases and take into account the following aspects:
- Never store shampoo, shower gel and other cosmetics on the edge of the tub because, over time, they will destroy the enamel;
- Do not use acidic products that can damage the surface of the tub.
- Avoid washing objects such as stove grills, muddy shoes or the carpet at the entrance.