Getting a bathroom clean takes work. However, a little (or a lot) of elbow grease does nothing without the proper cleaners, each designed for a specific surface. Read on for tips, techniques, and which cleaners to use on which surfaces.
Success Tip: Be sure to consult manufacturer details for exact uses and methods for each fixture.
Your sink catches toothpaste, facial hair, soap scum, and a variety of other problematic films and grime. Getting it clean, however, can be a breeze with the right cleaners. Get started with an all-purpose bathroom cleaner to remove film. Scrub Free Soap Scum Remover from Arm & Hammer is an excellent product for this purpose. Use abrasive or soft-scrub cleaners for hardened deposits, which rinse easily from ceramic surfaces, such as Lysol Tub & Tile.
Cleaners formulated with bleach, like Scrubbing Bubbles Foaming Cleaner with Bleach, can help remove toothpaste dribbles and sanitize surfaces. However, using homemade cleaners can help keep your cleaning process healthy and green, minus the harsh chemicals. Baking soda and vinegar are both excellent choices.
Finally, use disinfecting spray, like Seventh Generation Bathroom Cleaner, on your fixtures and buff shiny with a fresh cloth. Windex is also excellent for shining fixtures, as well as clearing residue from your mirror.