The bathroom. It’s the place in the house that many of us don’t want to think about. Until we have to, it’s especially worse when we think about everything we have to do to clean the bathroom thoroughly.
Luckily, there are some pretty easy bathroom cleaning hacks you can implement into your routine to keep things squeaky clean. If you’re looking for faster, easier ways to get this chore done, we’ve got your back.
Vinegar Is A Game-Changer
Fill a plastic bag full of vinegar and tie it around your shower head to get rid of that weird grime buildup. Once attached, let it soak for a few hours or overnight, and then remove it.
Handy Magic Eraser
If you already have the cleaning materials you need in the shower before you get in, you’ll find getting the chore done more painless than ever. Keep a magic eraser in the shower. The next time you hop in, clean the shower, and then clean yourself.
One chore out of the way followed quickly by another.
Another Use For Command Hooks
Sticking a command hook to the outside of your trash can help you keep the bag in place. When you go to put the bag in, you loop the drawstring around the hook. Boom! No more liner slipping out of place or fighting with your trash bag for placement.
The Wonders of Shaving Cream
If you’re known for getting makeup all over the place, consider keeping shaving cream handy. This miracle cream dissolves the oil and makeup stains making for a beautifully clean garment or counter.
Let it sit for ten minutes and then wipe it off with a clean cloth.
Then Try It On Jewelry
The many uses for shaving cream don’t cease. You can also use the natural surfactant in the cream to clean your jewelry.
Rub on some shaving cream and wipe off with a soft, clean cloth. Commence shiny new jewels!
Lubricate Your Doors
Sure, a can of WD-40 does this, but do you remember how bad that stuff smells? Instead, use a can of cooking spray, which you likely already have in the house.
You’ll be shocked by how quickly this quiets your door and lubricates those hinges.
Tackle The Shower Door
The water spots on a shower door can be one of those things that frustrate us. The key is to keep a squeegee in your shower.
After every shower, use it to remove water from the glass and stop the build-up in its tracks. You may never have to scrub a shower door again fully.
Baking Soda Means Less Cleaning
If you find yourself constantly cleaning the toilet bowl, start keeping some baking soda in the bathroom. Sprinkling a little in the bowl will help to keep your toilet cleaner longer. Plus, it’s known to absorb odors as well, so it will keep the bathroom smelling fresh.
Nobody enjoys doing chores. That’s especially true when you’re assigned the bathroom. These simple hacks will make the next cleaning adventure an easier one.