Deep-cleaning the bathroom. Not exactly a task you’re looking forward to during the weekends, but it’s something that must be done once every week. It’s much easier to keep your bathroom in good shape when it’s cleaned regularly, but it’s obviously not the most enjoyable task. With this guide, you’ll be able to quickly and thoroughly clean your bathroom, so you won’t have to spend too much time on the task, while still having a spotless bathroom. So, gather all your HG products and get started cleaning!
Start with the basics
The first step in achieving a spotless bathroom is to remove all the dust. In other words, you’ll begin by dry cleaning. Starting with spraying and mopping would make it very hard to remove all the dust. So, start off with vacuuming, including all bathmats and rugs as well. These can then be washed in the washing machine and replaced with clean ones. When vacuuming, always remember to work from top to bottom. Use a rag to dust off everything: the countertops, showerhead, and the top of the mirrors, and then move on to vacuuming the floors. Is the whole bathroom dust-free? Then, it’s time to get the HG glass cleaner, with which you can thoroughly clean every glass aspect in the bathroom. Don’t forget the shower door and the mirrors. What many people don’t know is that you can also use the glass cleaner for other shiny objects, such as the faucets. It adds shine to the objects, making them look almost like new.
Cleaning the counters, sinks and shower
It’s now time to clean every object separately. Begin with loose objects, like soap dispensers and toothbrush holders. Clean all of these with an all-purpose cleaner. Next, use the all-purpose cleaner to clean the counters. After completing all of that, it’s time to scrub the sinks, showers, and tubs. You can scrub the sinks and shower using baking soda or another non-abrasive cleaner. Start with the outer edges, and then work your way toward the drain. Rinse everything thoroughly to get rid of all the dirt and to ensure that there’s no cleaning product left behind.
Cleaning the toilet
Nobody really likes this part, but it has to be done anyway: cleaning the toilet. Start off by cleaning the outside with all-purpose cleaner and wipe it all clean. Slowly, you’ll start working towards the dirtiest part of the toilet. So, get the HG toilet cleaner, and spray it inside the toilet, as well as on the rims. Clean the inside of the toilet with the brush to ensure that it’s thoroughly cleaned. Afterwards, clean all areas of the bathroom that are often touched, such as faucet handles, door knobs, and the toilet seat, using disinfectant. After following these steps, every aspect of the bathroom is clean again.