1. How to Clean Easily Forgotten Bathroom Areas

Hometalker Raising Whasians has shown how to clean bathroom areas that are easily neglected, such as the toilet roll holder and the toilet brush itself. Soak the brush in vinegar to clean regularly, while changing the brush at least once or twice a year. Disinfect the toilet roll holder as part of your process of cleaning everything toilet related. Get tutorial here

2. How to Clean Bathroom Tiles with DIY Products

Making your own mixture can often be the best way to clean bathroom tiles. This product is easily made at home, as it contains just three ingredients: 3/4 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup castile soap, and 10-15 drops of lemon essential oil. Without any vinegar in it, this DIY tile cleaner can bring a fragrant lemony scent to all parts of the bathroom. Get tutorial here

3. How to Make Your Own Toilet Cleaning Tablets

As household chores go, cleaning the toilet isn't one of the most fun. Fear not, as Hometalker Mom4Real has found a great way to make the task more bearable. Mix baking soda, citric acid, and fragrant essential oils. Add water and spread the mixture into an ice cube tray. Let it dry overnight and you'll have your own fizzing cleaning tablet.  Get tutorial here

4. How to Unclog a Toilet Without a Toilet Plunger

Hometalker Shawna Bailey has developed a clever and effective way to unclog and clean your toilet, without resorting to a plunger. Pour 1/4 cup of dish soap into the offending toilet, then pour in some warm (not boiling water). Don't let the water level overflow! Let the mixture work its magic, then flush for a clean and shining toilet bowl. Get tutorial here

5. How to Clean a Bathroom Floor and Grout

Working out how to clean bathroom floors can be a tough task, but Hometalker Elena K has invented a DIY cleaner for an easy solution. Use a toothbrush and elbow grease to apply the cleaner in the same direction as the grout. Put a sock on your hand to get to small areas where the swiffer can't reach. The end result is a shiny bathroom floor. Get tutorial here

6. How to Clean Mold in Bathroom Shower Caulking

Knowing how to clean mold in bathroom areas can often save you time and money from ripping out your shower caulking. Wearing gloves throughout, mix water with a little bleach and dip a cotton ball into the solution. Stick the cotton ball to the areas of black mold. Leave for 2-3 hours, then peel off the cotton ball - the mold should be all gone.  Get tutorial here

7. How to Make Your Own Bathroom Cleaning Wipes

Hometalker Bev has found a great way to produce homemade cleaning wipes. Place a roll of paper towels into a plastic pitcher. Pour on a homemade cleaning solution of water, vinegar, dish soap, and tea tree oil. Let the solution soak into the paper, then remove the cardboard tube. You'll be left with a handy pitcher full of pop-up cleaning wipes.  Get tutorial here

8. How to Clean Bathroom Grout for a Shiny Finish

This homemade cleaner is perfect for use on bathroom tiles, grout, sinks, and tubs. Pour 1/2 cup baking soda into a jar, add 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide, then top it off with 1 tsp dish soap. Mix together for a cleaner that makes your bathroom shine. Try this method for yourself if you're ever wondering how to clean bathroom grout more effectively.  Get tutorial here

9. How to Make a Natural Toilet Cleaner at Home

This natural homemade toilet cleaner will produce a sparkling bowl, without the need for mixing any products. Spray vinegar onto the grimiest parts of the bowl, then sprinkle in baking soda to form bubbles. Let the bubbles to do their work to remove stains, before brushing and flushing. Use essential oils before soda for a certain fragrance. Get tutorial here

10. How to Clean a Bathroom Using One DIY Product

Having a versatile bathroom cleaner can make such a difference, both in terms of time and effort. Hometalker Pam uses a great cleaner comprised of distilled vinegar and dish soap to tackle all of those bathroom surfaces. With a product that knows how to clean bathroom tiles, floors, and sinks, you won’t need to keep reaching for different sprays. Get tutorial here

11. Making the Perfect Kit to Clean the Bathroom

Daring to take on the weekly bathroom cleaning routine becomes that much easier when you've already prepared a kit that has everything you'll need. That kit should include a multi-surface cleaner, a tougher cleaner with bleach, and a disinfectant spray. Also, include a product that knows how to clean bathroom sink drains, a task that can often be overlooked.  Get tutorial here

12. How to Clean a Bathroom Quickly and Efficiently

Hometalker Anita has a routine that cleans a bathroom in less than 7 minutes, so it can be fitted easily into daily life. Spray cleaning solutions on surfaces, going from the grimiest to the cleanest. Wipe off the solution and clean those surfaces in reverse order. This gives maximum soaking time for the toughest parts of the bathroom. Get tutorial here