The bathroom. It’s always in the cross-fire: morning rush, evening rush, weekend guests – how do you keep up cleaning-wise? With white being the popular bathroom color, keeping everything pristine isn’t easy. Or so you thought! Here’s three clever ideas which will make your bathroom less of a warzone and more a peaceful retreat. Doesn’t that sound nice? See our following Budget Maids tips to make sure you come out victorious:
Dirty shower curtains? Off to the washing machine
Most people will admit to trying to clean shower curtains by hand. But soap scum is a nightmare and not a good use of time. But, did you know it’s possible to clean your shower curtains in the washing machine? Just pop in a few towels to stabilise the load. Select a cold wash, and use detergent as usual. Drip dry and we guarantee, you’ll be impressed with the result.
Mildew? Bleach to the rescue
Mildew is a huge complaint when it comes to bathrooms. It’s nasty to clean and time-intensive. But there’s an easier way: prepare a bleach solution (the concentration of which depends on how much mildew there is), grab a pair of rubber gloves then wash the tiles, ceiling, floor and anywhere else you spot mildew. Repeat a few times until it’s gone.
Everything else: wax it
There’s nothing more disheartening than having to scrub away watermarks, soap scum and the likes. But there’s an easy way: simply wax it. Apply a waterproof wax to the tiles, glass shower door, mirror and even steel or chrome taps and showerheads. It makes a huge difference and, happily, no more water and soap streaks means you can easily clean up the bathroom without wasting time on those darned stains.
The above three cleaning secrets will really help keep your bathroom looking clean and refreshed. But should you need a helping hand with this – or anything else in your home for that matter, then do give us a call here at Budget Maids. We offer home cleaning services in Olney, house cleaning in Reston and maid services in Arlington. We can see to every home cleaning related task out there – so you don’t have to!
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