How to Clean your Bathrooms Less
Bathrooms are often the most dreaded room in terms of cleaning. I have some handy hints and tips to make this a more effortless task.
Keeping the sink clear is a great way to keep it cleaner for longer. Where possible soap and toothbrushes etc should be kept out of the way on a shelf, window sill or cabinet. Every time you wash your hands, give the sink and tap a quick rinse to keep it sparkling.
Reduce Bath Toys
Bath toys should be kept to a minimum, bath times filled with bubbles and imagination is all children really need. I keep a small selection of toys in a handy scoop that is suctioned to the wall which allows the toys to drain, air dry and be stored tidily.
Razors are often balanced precariously on the soap dish, install a simple razor hook.
In terms of products, I only keep what I use daily. Less bottles, lotions and potions make for a tidier bathroom. These should be kept off the floor and sides of the bath. On the shower pole I have added an extra shelf and have used this to store minimal products.
Toilet brush, quite simply I do not, and won’t ever own one. I keep minimal cleaning products in our bathroom. I use a bleach and a general bathroom spray which I attach my rubber gloves to with an elastic band to keep them off the floor. I use a washable micro-fibre cloth to clean the glass to a streak-free finish.
All of the above decluttering tips will help your bathrooms look and stay cleaner for longer.