Life gets busy and hectic so you may not have one day each week to dedicate to cleaning your bathroom. Although you need to clean your bathroom, you can break up each responsibility over the course of seven days. Here's our suggested schedule:
Sunday: Clean your bathtub/shower. This shouldn't take more than 20 minutes.
Monday: Clean your toilet bowl. Use a reliable toilet bowl cleaner and give your toilet bowl a thorough scrub. Total time to get the job done is 5 minutes tops.
Tuesday: Clean your bathroom mirrors. Use a glass cleaner and a clean rag to clean your bathroom mirrors. Depending on the stubbornness of your mirror's water spots, you may need to put a little elbow grease into it. Total time to clean your mirrors should only take about 2-3 minutes for each mirror (unless your mirror is ridiculously big).
Wednesday: Clean your bathroom floor. This method teaches you how to easily clean your bathroom floor. Total time to clean your bathroom floor is 10 minutes.
Thursday: Wipe down your bathroom countertops and sink(s). Use a cleaner that has antibacterial properties. It'll keep the germ count down and prevent any sticky situations. Total time to clean your bathroom countertops should be 10 minutes tops.
Friday: Run hair de-clogger through bathroom drains. This simple activity will you save from stress in the long run. You won't have to worry about to flooding in your bathroom by taking 5 minutes to get the job done.
Saturday: Wash your bathroom rugs and towels. Washing and properly drying your bathroom rugs and towels will prevent any gross odors as well as mold.
Everyday: Empty your trash cans as needed. It'll improve your bathroom experience and reduce bathroom odors.
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