Your bathroom is another place that you can unwind after a long day of working, washing your body and getting rid of all the dirt and grimes is the best. But sometimes you are too busy with work and social life to the point where you didn’t clean your bathroom. Although it seems like the toilet is the cleanliest place in your house, it’s the dirtiest and is the perfect place for bacterias to grow. Here we have listed several tips and trick for cleaning your bathroom.
Cleaning the showerhead
A lot of people often forgot how essential it is to clean the showerhead, as it can be filled with dirt, grimes and bacteria, but cleaning the showerhead itself can be quite hard, especially when you have no idea how to do it. Here’s a simple DIY showerhead cleaner, get yourself a plastic bag (a grocery shopping one since it’s much bigger than a regular plastic bag.) and fill it with white vinegar and make sure that the showerhead can soak overnight in the plastic bag. And in the morning all you have to do is remove the plastic bag and rinse the showerhead off, and you got yourself a clean showerhead.
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Wipe the mirror
Your mirror will get dirty from time to time, so make sure to wipe it off to get rid of the bacterias and dirt on the mirror. Spray your mirror with an all-cleaner and make sure to wipe it and do it again, until your mirror is dirt free. If your mirror has some stain that is hard to wipe off, turn on the hot water and let the steam stays on the bathroom for 5-10 minutes, and the stain will be melted by the time you came back, making it a lot easier to wipe.
The same goes with the sink, and the worst part is that the drain held more bacteria than the mirror or the showerhead, and some studies even show that bacteria from the toilet might also fly to the sink. A simple way to clean the sink’s drain is by pouring baking soda and vinegar to the drain, leaving it for a minute or two before flushing it with hot water down the drain, making sure to kill all the bacteria on the drain. To clean the sink, just use an all-cleaner and make sure you spray everywhere and wipe it with a cloth.