1. Remove all of the items that should not be in your bathrooms.
Be sure to take items that do not belong out of your bathroom, such as: clothing, cups and trash. Also remember to remove small tables or portable armoire so you can clean underneath them.
2. Pour a small amount of bleach or your disinfectant of choice in the toilet bowl.
Also place the toilet brush inside to disinfect it and leave it ready for cleaning.
● Make sure that the floor is free of any obstacles and the vent is on to ensure a proper ventilation and circulation of air.
● An eco friendly option would require you to mix a tablespoon of baking soda in a bucket filled with ¾ white vinegar and ¼ water.
Generally, you should start each room from the upper areas and work your way down. Clean any spider webs that might be in the upper corners of the ceiling and dust all over the bathroom, allowing the dust and dirt to fall on the floor to eventually sweep it up.
● If your bathroom has walls with a wallpaper that happens to be delicate, you can use a broom covered with slightly damp toilet paper or paper towels to dust.
4.Pour powdered detergent over the areas that need deep cleaning.
If there are any rust stains in your bathtub, sink or around the knobs, simply dampen the area and then pour the detergent. Let it sit for about 10-15 minutes and when you come back to clean it off, the stains will be easier to remove.
● Read well the label of the product and make sure that you should use the suitable one so that it does not damage the surfaces. First prove it in a place that is not at call before using it in the rest of your bath.