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Bathroom Cleaning Tips

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I love a sparkling clean bathroom, don't you? My bathroom mirrors are finally streak free. And there's not a puddle in the toilet brush holder. Today, I'm sharing a few tips for cleaning the bathroom more efficiently.
Time: 15 Minutes Difficulty: Easy
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Clean top to bottom. Also, use a microfiber cleaning cloth to wipe mirrors for a streak free shine.
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No more puddles in the brush holder. Just rest the brush under the seat to let it drip dry.
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Sparkling clean! Get in the habit of wiping your faucets after each use to cut down on water stains.

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  • 3sonscrazy
    3sonscrazy Fort Collins, CO

    I like the drip-dry idea.
    Also, the Fish spray looks similar to some glass spray I got for free a while back from Safelite Auto Glass. I think they are a national chain. I use it to clean everything, and they give it away when you get windshield

  • Sharon @ mrs. hines class

    That drip dry tip is my favorite. That one little trick saves me so much time cleaning the bathroom. Before, I would always put off cleaning the sink until after the brush had drained ( I drained the brush in the sink...gross!) Now I can clean the

  • Z

    I love the drip drying the brush tip too. Even though I have the holders that allow the brush to hang and dry you still have to clean them too.
    I love using micro fiber clothes. I buy them at Dollar Tree so their not expensive. They make me realize

  • HomeSpot HQ
    HomeSpot HQ Durham, NC

    Very clever idea with the brush.

  • Jennifer
    Jennifer New Castle, IN

    So now I must clean my bathroom. Thanks

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