You Clean Surfaces at Room Temperature
Heating your tub, sink, and tiles just 10 degrees above normal air temperature can double the effectiveness of alkaline cleansers. Fill your tub or sink with the hottest water you can run from the tap and let it sit for a few minutes before scrubbing and cleaning bathroom areas. If you spot rust on chrome fixtures, here’s how to remove it.
You Scrub Your Plastic Shower Curtains
Don’t waste any energy scrubbing a shower curtain liner when cleaning bathroom areas. Throw it into the washing machine with a couple of towels, a cup of vinegar, and run for about five minutes. Let the towels and curtain soak in the water for an hour before turning the machine back on to finish the cycle. Hang to dry. Make sure you know these clever house cleaning hacks.
You Use Paper Towels
Meet your new best friend, the microfiber cloth. These cloths are composed of ultrafine synthetic fibers woven together to create a static charge that attracts dirt and dust, so you can tackle dusting without using sprays. Even better clean bathroom—you can wash and reuse them so the environment will thank you, too. Don’t miss this definitive guide on things you probably have never cleaned (but really should).