Deep-Cleaning A Bathroom Has Never Been Easier

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Deep-cleaning the bathroom is an arduous, unglamorous task. It is a space which not only contains more knobs, handles, and crevices than the rest of a house but they are also the crevices that one cannot afford to leave uncleaned, even for a short while.

But as with many aspects of housekeeping, challenging does not mean unattainable. One only needs to know the right hacks, tricks and materials to achieve the ideal of a spotless bathroom much more easily. So scroll down for some of the best advice on how to clean your bath thoroughly.

1. Use a Zip It to unclog your sink and bathtub drains

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Source: Ask Anna

2. Mop the walls with a pad

It might sound strange, but it will work! Just spray on some multi-purpose cleaner first.

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Source: Life Should Cost Less

3. Lemon and baking soda are all you need to clean sinks

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Source: Food 52

4. Use denture tablets to clean the toilet’s reservoir tank

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Source: eHow

5. Combine flathead screwdrivers and disinfectant wipes to clean the crevices under the toilet reservoir

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Source: Ask Anna

6. Three easy steps to clean grout: sprinkle baking soda, pour vinegar, brush

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Source: Food 52

7. Wrap a bag filled with vinegar around the shower head and leave it overnight – it will clean itself!

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8. Spray some Rain X on the shower glass – it will cut down cleaning time later

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9. Use this DIY thorough-cleaning solvent

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10. For a deep sink cleaning, drop a denture tablet in a sink full of hot water for fifteen minutes

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Source: Ask Anna

11. Use Murphy’s Oil Soap to clean wood cabinets

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Source: The Kitchn

12. Toss bath mats in the washer while you’re cleaning so they’re ready to go when the floors dry

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Source: Ikea

13. Polish porcelain sinks with the ultimate easy-clean product: Bar Keeper’s Friend

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Source: The 36th Avenue

14. Remove any icky smells in your bathroom by mixing a little lemon juice with baking soda

Mix them into a paste and use it to scrub down the toilet and surrounding areas. Then, gently scrub with a toothbrush soaked in vinegar. Rinse with water.

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15. Remember to wash your shower curtain and liner

Adding a little baking soda to the wash is a good idea if you have a lot of stains.

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16. Last but not least, keep your cleaning supplies organized under the sink with wire baskets and hanging pails

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