Bathroom Cleaning Tips

15 Minutes
Easy

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.
Clean top to bottom. Also, use a microfiber cleaning cloth to wipe mirrors for a streak free shine.
No more puddles in the brush holder. Just rest the brush under the seat to let it drip dry.
Sparkling clean! Get in the habit of wiping your faucets after each use to cut down on water stains.

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  • Sylvia
    on Aug 17, 2016

    I lost the recipe for wiping the faucets in the kitchen sink. Any one got the answer? I live where there is hard water and I get a lot of build up around all the faucets: kitchen sink, bathroom sinks, utility sinketc. thanks, sylvia. dallas

    • Sharon Tisdell
      on Jun 24, 2018

      Use vinegar to clean that gunk from around your sink and pour some in your toilet to clean it as well.

  • Susan Ryan Follett
    on Sep 1, 2017

    How to clean toilet with white vinegar
    • Sharon Tisdell
      on Jun 24, 2018

      Clean as you normally would with a toilet brush.....all over the toilet including the back of the toilet and the base (use a rag that will be strictly for cleaning the toilet). Hope this helps.

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