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.Continue Reading
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Decorate a bathroom with shapes and materials that evoke the rustic simplicity of real lighthouses: beadboard painted white, gray or pale blue on walls; brass fittings and fixtures; a half clamshell with a smooth beach stone in it as a soap holder on the sink. A touch of nautical decor, such as a row of semaphore pennants over the shower curtain or a coiled rope bath mat, is more effective than over-the-top, everything-lighthouse kitsch.Full Answer >
To thoroughly clean a bathroom, HGTV recommends several things to add to a checklist. Cleaning a bathroom, from the mirrors to the bathtub to the floor, means starting at the top and working toward the bottom. The tub, sink, toilet, mirrors, shower and floor are all part of the cleaning process.Full Answer >
Clean brushed nickel fixtures with a soft, damp cloth to remove light dirt daily. Clean heavily soiled fixtures or remove hard water stains from the nickel surface by washing it with a vinegar and water mixture. After cleaning, return the fixture to a like-new shine by waxing it.Full Answer >
To clean a restroom, first clear it of any clutter or trash, dust any surfaces that do not get wet regularly, and then proceed to clean all surfaces including any fixtures. Use your preferred brand of disinfectant cleaner for the porcelain, and glass cleaner for any windows or sliding glass doors. A specialized cleaner for lime buildup around fixtures can be purchased at a grocery or hardware store.Full Answer >