8 Tricks To Keep Your Bathroom Sparklingly Clean

One of the household chores, that no one wants to have to do is – cleaning the bathroom. But let’s face it. It is something that has to be done, whether you like it or not.

Let’s have a look at a few tricks that are not just quick and easy, but will leave your bathroom sparklingly clean! Read on to know more.

1. Use Liquid Soap

Using soap in a dish leaves a slimy mess after a while, and if trying to keep it clean by washing it often seems like a chore, the best thing is to switch to using a liquid soap dispenser. This doesn’t just make washing hands easier, it’s one less thing you need to worry about keeping clean and dry.

2. Store Wet Wipes In The Bathroom

Keeping wet wipes handy in the bathroom can help you clean splatters from toothpaste or soap and water marks, soon as they are made, and before they dry and become tougher to get rid of.

3. Wipe Your Mirrors After Every Use

Wiping mirrors with a wet wipe after every use can save you the chore of having to scrub and remove the stains when they’ve dried and become tougher. This will also prevent mould from forming between the cracks.

4. Let The Air In

It’s a good idea to open doors and windows in your bathroom to let the air circulate and help get rid of moisture. And if you have a fan in the bathroom, use it during your shower and 30 minutes after that to help dry all the moisture.

5. Keep Used Dryer Sheets Handy

If you use a dryer to dry your clothes, here’s a great use for your used dryer sheets. They can be used as an easy way to lift off hair and dust bunnies from your bathroom floor effortlessly.

6. Unclog Your Shower Head With Vinegar

To unclog your shower head, all you need is a Ziploc bag half-filled with vinegar and a rubber band. Tie the Ziploc bag, with the vinegar inside it around your shower head (with the rubber band) making sure the whole shower head is dipped into the vinegar and leave it overnight.

Run water through it next day and you’ll find that the holes have all become unclogged.

If this seems like too much of a task, just use a sharp needle or a toothpick to prick the holes and remove the hard water sediments from it.

7. Dry Your Shower Curtains In The Sun

Wash your shower curtains once every month to remove any soap or shampoo residues left behind and hang them in the sun to dry. Airing them in the sun will help prevent black mildew spots from forming.

Also, even when you’re not in the shower, pull the shower curtain out of the tub to keep it dry.

8. Clean The Toilet Bowl With Vinegar

To clean your toilet bowl, add 3 cups of this amazing cleaner into the toilet bowl and watch it work its magic as you scrub away stains with your toilet brush.