Clean your bathroom by scrubbing all the fixtures, walls and floors with bathroom cleaner. Use a special cleaner specifically for glass and mirrors. You need rubber gloves, bathroom cleaner, glass cleaner and a scrubbing pad.
- Scrub sinks and countertops
Put on the rubber gloves. Scrub all sinks and countertops using a bathroom cleaner or a baking soda, ammonia and water mixture. If the countertop is made of plastic laminate, scrub the surface with a scrubbing pad. Avoid using steel wool on marble.
- Buff the mirrors
Clean the mirrors with a mirror cleaning solution or a homemade cleaner. For a homemade cleaner, mix two cups of rubbing alcohol and water with two tablespoons of dishwashing detergent. Spray the mirror with the cleaner, then rub with a cloth.
- Clean the showers and bathtubs
Use a cleaner to scrub down bathtubs and shower stalls. For porcelain, use a liquid cleaner and a scouring pad. For fiberglass, use a nonabrasive cleaner and a sponge. For shower stalls, spray the enclosures with a mildew inhibitor. Rub down glass with white vinegar to get rid of water deposits.
- Wash shower curtains and bath mats
Clean shower curtains and bath mats by putting them through a washing machine cycle. Use equal parts baking soda and detergent, and when the rinse cycle starts, add 1 cup of vinegar. Hang up the wet curtain, and spray it with disinfectant.
- Clean the toilet
Start by cleaning the toilet bowl using a toilet cleaner or chlorine bleach. Use a long-handled brush to scrub it out. Clean the rest of the toilet.