Thinking about how to keep your bathroom clean with a minimal amount of effort and time? Read on as we share the 5 minute bathroom cleaning tips that you might want to know.
First I put away everything on the counter tops. If you just focus & do this, it will take just a minute or two. Put your toothbrushes away, too. I put ours in the corner (out of sight, because I like things to look clean & non-cluttered.) My husband & I use the Reach Complete Care toothbrushes. Our older boys use the Tooth Tunes toothbrushes & our younger ones use Spiderman Ready Go Toothbrush (by Firefly). I’m telling you this because then you know that the kids tooth brushes have their own built in stand, so they can just ‘stand’ on the countertop, out of the way. Source: YourModernFamily
Surface Cleaning: Spray showers with daily cleaner (right after you shower) to prevent soap scum build up. Give the counters and sink a quick wipe down to pick up rogue hairs, powder, and toothpaste. Next wipe down the toilet tank, handle, seat, base and lip of toilet bowl – in that order. Keep a bottle of all-purpose cleaner under the vanity along with a bin of rags so everything is handy. Next, swish water around the inside of the bowl with a toilet brush and flush. I also like to keep a container of cleaning wipes under the sink to wipe the floor around the toilet and for quick clean ups any time. Source: TidyMom
Your third minute is dedicated to straightening. Refold your towels and pull your shower curtain closed so it can air out. Check to make sure you have toilet paper and even take a few seconds to straighten the bottles on your countertops and those that live in your shower. Source: ApartmentTherapy
With a fresh wipe, clean the top of the toilet tank, the flusher handle, and the lid. Use a new wipe for the top and the bottom of the seat and the lip of the bowl—in that order. Take one more wipe and do the base of the toilet and the floor around it. Next, swish water around the inside of the bowl with a toilet brush and flush. Using (you guessed it) another wipe, clean the vents and the baseboards. Source: RealSimple
Lastly, target those floors. Floors should be vacuumed to remove any debris then mopped to make it sparkle. Doing half the job just won’t cut it this time around. If you have decorative carpets, you can vacuum them as well or take a lint roller to them for a quick and easy clean-up. Source: CleanMySpace
We hope this post has given you some ideas for keeping your bathrooms clean without spending a lot of time. If you have more tips and tricks, leave them in the comments below!