How To Properly Clean A Bathroom

How To Properly Clean A Bathroom

May 24th, 2017   •   No Comments   

bathroomcleaningBathrooms get dirty really quick. It’s so important to keep the bathrooms clean. There are little things you can do each day to keep them clean. The following is a list of things to do and use that will teach you how to properly clean a bathroom.

  1. Dust and Vacuum:

Always dust from top to bottom. Make sure you dust light fixtures, shelves, and baseboards. Once you’re done dusting you can vacuum. It’s important to always vacuum all corners that usually collect a lot of dust and

  1. Clean Tub and Showers:

Clean the tubs and showers with hot water. Hot water will help remove all the dirt easier. Spray the shower walls with antibacterial cleaner. Clean the tubs and showers from top to bottom. Make sure to scrub the walls. Don’t let the grout get moldy. Spay it with Tilex Mold & Mildew Remover daily. It does miracle! Make sure to rinse once you’re done cleaning. This will prevent dirt build up.

  1. Clean Toilets:

Clean the bowl with Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner. Make sure to scrub inside the bowl properly. Scrubbing it will prevent it from getting stains. Clean toilets at least once a week or daily. Also wipe the outside of the toilet bowl, the seat and under the seat. Spray some disinfectant on the floors around the toilets. Once you’re done cleaning it you can stamp a Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaning Gel. It will keep your toilet clean and fresh every time you flush.

  1. Clean Glass and Mirrors:

Clean glass and mirrors with Windex and with Microfiber Shiny Glass Cloths. Remember not to use too much Windex. It can leave streaks. If you used to much chemicals, just spray a little bit of water and polish the mirrors.

It’s important to stay on top of the cleanliness of your bathrooms. Keeping a clean bathroom everyday will make the job easier. Austin Professional Cleaning Services has a lot of experience cleaning bathrooms. Call us today if you’re looking for a commercial cleaning company to take care of your facility.

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