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Keep Bathroom Fixtures Sparkling with these Cleaning Tips

Bathrooms are one of the most used area of a home, meaning that regular cleaning is required to keep them looking and smelling good all the time. Below are a few handy tips that will not only keep your bathroom sparkling; they will also ensure that you don’t spend any more time than absolutely necessary on cleaning and organizing.

  1. Keep Dampness under Control

One of the first lines of defense with regards to keeping your bathroom clean and sparkling is to ensure that water is not allowed to pool in the tub, shower or sink after the last person has finished and vacated.

Keep a squeegee in your bathroom and have whoever takes a shower or bath last in the evening use it to wipe down the shower or tub walls and/or doors. This will go a long way in preventing water spots from appearing – that can be difficult to remove after a day or two.

It’s also a good idea to leave the exhaust fan running or a window open for a few minutes after leaving the bathroom. This will prevent mold from developing over time.

  1. Avoid Using Bar Soap

Bar soap accumulates as a scummy mess over time in tubs, showers and sinks – and can take a lot of time and effort to remove. As such, it’s recommended to switch to liquid soaps wherever possible. Doing away with the grimy soap dishes will reduce the amount of time you spend cleaning bathroom surfaces.

  1. Prevent Rust Stains

Most homeowners know what happens whenever a can of shaving cream or any other can is left standing in the shower or on the side of the tub for a while – yep, unsightly rust stains develop over time. However, painting the bottom rim of the can with clear nail varnish can prevent this from happening.

  1. Eliminate Funky Smelling Drains

In most cases, there’s no need to rush out and purchase costly chemical-based drain cleaning products when they start smelling bad.

Pouring baking soda and vinegar into a drain that smells bad will not only help unclog it; it will neutralize and smells that are lingering as well. Adding some to water to this combination will also ensure that all soap buildup is removed safely and quickly.

  1. Polish Faucets with Baby Oil

Due to being exposed to water and handprints, chrome faucets and fixtures can end up looking dull and grimy. However, buffing your chrome bathroom fixtures with baby oil and a microfiber cloth will get them looking as good as new in no time. This has been proven to be one of the easiest ways to remove fingerprints and grime.

If the time has come for you to perform that much needed upgrade of various bathroom fixtures, our team will be able to assist you throughout the process – from choosing the best fixtures to having them installed according to the required specifications. Contact us today to learn more about the bathroom design and renovation services that we can provide you with.

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