Usually, cleaning the bathroom is not a very pleasant task so you want to spend as little time as possible in there. This is why it’s important to have an efficient cleaning routine. Start by gathering all the items that don’t belong there in a basket and then you can actually clean the room.
Start with the toilet. Grab your cleaning solution, either store-bought or homemade and pour it all over the toilet bowl. It needs time to sit so focus on doing something else in the meantime.
Vacuum the floor and all the crevices and corners. Usually there’s hair and dust in the bathroom so you won’t have to spend a lot of time vacuuming. However, this step is important because then you’ll also have to mop the floor.
Take a bottle of cleaner and spray it everywhere: on the tiles, sink, faucet, tub, etc. Grab a sponge and spread around the cleaner evenly. It needs to sit for 5 to 10 minutes.
After that time has passed, start scrubbing all these surfaces. Use a scrub brush or a pad. Make sure you don’t miss any spot so be organized.
Once that part is done as well, it’s time to rinse the whole bathroom. The chemicals in the cleansers attract dirt and particles so you need to rinse the surfaces thoroughly or you’ll make things even worse.
Don’t forget to dry the tiles, sink, tub and everything else you’ve rinsed. To make sure you don’t use the same cloth for the toilet and the sink, use different colors for different parts of the bathroom. Have a different cloth for the tub, one for toilet and one for the tiles.
Next, clean the mirror and other glass surfaces. Make sure you don’t leave streaks so you newspaper to wipe them clean.
Once everything it clean and sparkling, make your next but first mop the floor. Start from the furthest part of the bathroom and make your way towards the door. This way you don’t leave footprints when you get out.