What’s the fastest, easiest way to clean my bathroom?


  6 answers
  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on Mar 27, 2019

    Clean weekly. I use Dow scrubbing bubbles and toilet bowl cleaner.

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Mar 27, 2019

    I use "wet & forget shower" once a week, just spray and go. Mop the floors every week or so. Toilet scrub brush in each bathroom and give it a swish 2x a week. Wipe down counters and sink each time I use them. That's how I keep 5 bathrooms clean.

  • Amanda Amanda on Mar 27, 2019

    HI Trish. First I clean the toilet then the mirror, sink, and counters. Last I wipe the floor down or mop it. I find the clorox wipes help speed things up.

  • Natalie Natalie on Mar 28, 2019

    I like to keep lysol wipes handy so I can give things a quick wipedown as needed. Then everything else is weekly. If it's kept up on, the weekly cleaning goes so much easier.

  • Loriann Loriann on Mar 28, 2019

    If you're bathroom has a tub and tile, it may be difficult to easily reach various areas to clean them. A damp sponge mop can be a big help. Spray the areas with your favorite cleaning product and use the mop to easily reach and clean them quickly without the need to bend or stretch.

    Attach a roll of paper towels near the sink so you can use a piece to do a quick clean up of the sink, vanity area, and fixtures after each use. (You can choose a paper towel holder that hides the roll.)

    Keep a small spray bottle of a vinegar/water mixture in a convenient place to clean your mirror whenever it gets splashed or spattered.

    After a bath or shower, take the towel you used to dry off, and quickly rub down the shower walls and tub. (Then toss the towel into the laundry of course.)

    Use a slow dissolving toilet cleaner in the toilet tank (either store bought or ones you've made) to keep the toilet clean and sanitized just by flushing.

    Basically, it's much easier to keep things clean if you tackle the small jobs immediately each time you use the bathroom.