This Will Change the Way You Clean Your Bathroom
Sinks, showers, tubs, and toilets require special cleaning attention. Fortunately, modern plumbing fixtures are designed to make the task as easy as possible.
Use general bathroom cleaners to remove light soil and film. For tougher deposits, abrasive or soft-scrub cleaners are advisable, as they will be easy to rinse from ceramic surfaces. Clean the sink rim and fixtures with a disinfectant spray or bathroom cleaner. Rub fixtures and dry with a clean cloth to make them shiny.
Showers and Tubs
Before cleaning the whole bathroom, spray the tub area with an adequate amount of bathroom cleaner and let sit for 5-10 minutes.. The sitting time helps the cleaner to dissolve oils and soap scum, so it's easier to wipe down.
Use abrasive pads to remove bathtub rings. Tile brushes scrub grout and reach into cracks and corners, as the handle protects knuckles from accidental contact with the tub. A detachable shower head allows you to rinse them off quickly.
If you don't have one, stock your cleaning tote with a removable rubber shower head that you can attach to the bathtub tap.
Glass Shower Doors
Place powdered or liquid toilet bowl cleaner into the bowl, and let it sit. Sitting time ensures that the deposits dissolve, and all germs are killed. This step requires a little bit of patience.
If the toilet has a stubborn ring that regular cleaning won't eliminate, bring out the big guns! Pumice stone is porous and crumbles and perfect for the job. Rub it directly on the ring to remove the ring. (Make sure you wear gloves for this one)