Bathroom Cleaning Tips

15 Minutes
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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.
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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.
Sharon @ mrs. hines class

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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

    • Bau7847507
      on Sep 30, 2016

      Fold paper towel to fit faucet, pour white vinegar on it. Wrap around faucet base where lime is. Leave on for 15 -30 mins. Should dissolve lime. Can do again if needed.

    • Ginny
      on Oct 19, 2016

      A toothbrush is a handy item for cleaning around faucets, sinks and under the handles of your pots and frying pans where "stuff" loves to collect.

    • Jan22328195
      on Jan 1, 2018

      Nice
    • Ret31340640
      on Jan 1, 2018

      Make faucets (& door knobs) shine with green rubbing alcohol...added plus is the wintergreen smell!
    • 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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