27th September 2016
Follow these tips to make your bathroom look like a striking water sanctuary befitting of a king!
Here are seven things and areas in your bathroom that you’re cleaning incorrectly!
1. Turn Up The Heat
Heating your tub, sink, and tiles just 10 degrees above normal air temperature can double the effectiveness of alkaline cleansers. Fill your tub or sink with the hottest water you can run from the tap and let it sit for a few minutes before scrubbing these areas clean.
2. Less Elbow Grease
Don’t waste any energy scrubbing a shower curtain liner. Throw it into the washing machine with a couple of towels, a cup of vinegar, and run for about five minutes. Let the towels and curtain soak in the water for an hour before turning the machine back on to finish the cycle. Hang to dry and you’re done with minimum sweat!
3. Clean Smart
Meet your new best friend – the microfibre cloth. These cloths are composed of ultrafine synthetic fibres woven together to create a static charge that attracts dirt and dust, so you can tackle dusting without using sprays. Best of all, you can wash and reuse them so the environment will thank you, too. Traditional cloths have plenty of lint which makes cleaning a hassle especially on glass surfaces.
4. Check the Bristles!
A recent study from the University of Manchester found that the average toothbrush contained about 10 million germs, including harmful E. coli. It is important to rinse your toothbrush well after each use and occasionally soak it in a cup of vinegar for about 30 minutes to take care of any leftover bacteria. Replace your toothbrush every three months—but save the old one; you can use it to clean hard-to-reach places or tight spots around the house.
5. Vacuum First
Think your vacuum is only for the carpet? Before cleaning your tile floors, vacuum or sweep to remove loose dirt and debris, then wash with a cleaning solution. It’ll save you time in the long run instead of scrubbing a filthy, dusty floor.
6. Look What’s Behind!
It is way too easy for urine and fecal matter to build up behind the WC (water closet), leaving an icky residue that’s hard to clean. Roll up a few disposable paper towels, dip them in antibacterial cleaner, and, while facing the throne, “floss” the back of the toilet. Let it sit for a few minutes and then “floss” again with a dry paper towel to finish the job.
7. Check The Hairbrush
Like sponges or carpets, hairbrushes trap unwanted dust, dirt, oils, and old hair products. Each time you brush with a dirty hairbrush, you re-deposit all the dust, dirt, and oils back into your mane! Remove all hair caught in the bristles. Mix a solution of 1 cup of water, 1 teaspoon of shampoo, and 1 teaspoon of baking soda, then apply to the bristles and baste the mixture gently with an old toothbrush. Now your hair will thank you a million times!
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