One of the most important parts of spring clean is the proper cleaning of the bathroom and toilet that people use daily and frequently at home. Cleaning the bathroom is difficult and tedious because it is more difficult to clean than other areas and requires guidance. This article tells you the basics of easy toilet cleaning and ceramic faucets.
How to clean the toilet?
Follow the steps below to clean your bathroom and toilet.
First, prepare all your equipment.
In this section, you have to work with some chemicals, and the skin of your hands may be damaged, so you should wear gloves. To wash ceramics, you need large brushes with thin hair. Prepare the detergent you want to use. Choosing the right and efficient detergent is very important in the process of cleaning the bathroom.
There are many detergents on the market, but you should choose materials that remove contaminants and stains and not damage your equipment. In this section, we will use cleansers that naturally, in addition to protecting the respiratory system, will get better results, so if you are sensitive to chemicals, use non-chemical detergents.
Wash the bathroom curtain
If you used a curtain to change clothes to separate the toilet and locker room, wash the curtain once in a while and not let it get dirty.
Turn on the fan or leave the bathroom window open.
Before cleaning the toilet or bathroom, turn on the fan or open the bathroom window and then clean with detergent; and after cleaning the toilet, you should let the fan or fan run for 15 to 20 minutes or open the window. Stay until fresh air enters the environment to remove moisture and unpleasant odors from the toilet.
One of the essential parts that should be clean and shiny is the faucet in the bathroom and toilet. Never use bleach or other non-specific materials to do this, as the valves’ glaze will disappear and will not shine like before.
If you want to use vinegar to wash the valves, after soaking the valves, soak a cloth in vinegar and rub it on all parts of the valves and then clean it with a damp sponge for an hour.
If you want to use lemon to wash the valves, rub some lemon on the taps, leave it overnight, and rinse it with water. Not only does it clean the air vents, but it also smells good in the bathroom.
If you want to use toothpaste to wash the valves, apply a little toothpaste on the valves and clean them to make them shiny, and after a while, you can wash them.
Descaling inside lever valves is one of the most important points in cleaning the house and maintaining the valves. To reduce sediment in the shower, pour the vinegar into a plastic bag, wrap the bag around it; it should remain in the solution for at least 8 to 10 hours to remove all sediment inside.
Wash floor and wall ceramics
Surfaces such as floors and bathroom walls are generally tiled. Special cleaners can be used to clean ceramic surfaces.
To wash ceramic floors and wall tiles, pour a glass of vinegar into four glasses of hot water, dip a towel in it, and wipe the entire floor and walls with a towel.
To wash ceramic tiles on floors and walls, you can mix liquid soap in equal amounts with baking soda and pour it on the ceramics and then rinse with water after 10 minutes and enjoy the miracle that happens.
Use a mixture of 1.5 cups of baking soda, 1.4 cups of hydrogen peroxide, and 1.5 tablespoons of dishwashing liquid to clean smaller areas, such as seams between tiles. This solution also whitens tile drainage, and you can also use baking soda to clean ceramic floor drains.
Clean the sink and toilet
Now it is time to clean and wash the toilet stones. Toilets are usually a dirty center in the bathroom that absorbs a lot of sediment and stains.
To clean the toilet, pour some borax into the toilet bowl and leave it overnight. You can use other chemicals to clean the bathroom. It is still best not to use natural ingredients because using household ingredients such as baking soda and salt ink may damage the toilet ceramic and double your hassle.
Wash the tub
It isn’t easy to clean the tub, and for this purpose, you pour some vinegar on the sponge and then apply it to the desired place and then pour baking soda powder on the surface and wash the tub with clean water, let the tub dry, and then it Wipes with a white towel.
Sink and cabinets
To clean the sink, you can use special chemicals or a little baking soda, which are usually made of ceramic, so you can safely use any chemical detergent to clean them. To clean toilet cabinets, which are typically made of MDF wood, use a solution of diluted water, vinegar, or dishwashing liquid and spray the two mixtures on the cabinet surface and then a damp cloth.
Wash the toilet brush
Use a large or small brush to clean the toilet, grooves, and corners and clean the toilet brush, soak it in a mixture of disinfectant liquid and hot water for ten minutes and allow the brush to dry completely. Then put it in place to prevent bacteria from entering.
Wash items in the bathroom or toilet
You should wash shelves, hangers, and small items such as toothbrushes, towels, etc., and do not forget to wash them.
Dry the walls and vents with a towel. Ignoring this step will cause water stains.