Bathrooms need extra cleaning especially if anyone is ill. Keep your supplies handy by placing a plastic box or basket under the sink with rubber gloves, cleaning cloths or sponges, and the cleaners that you like to use. An old clean toothbrush comes in handy for stubborn grime around taps. I like to use a cream scourer for the sink and bath. The easiest way is to remove everything from the bath or shower, then scour or spray the area with your cleaner, leaving it to work for 10-15 minutes while you clean the sink and the toilet. once done rinse well, wiping tile clean. Clean the soap dish and wipe down any bottles before placing them back. Vinegar will take off any mineral buildup from your showerhead, simply spray and scrub with the toothbrush. Wipe down switches, doorknobs, and handlebars. Check your medicine cabinet for anything old or expired. Toss or put aside to take back to your pharmacy for safe disposal. With Covid 19, change all towels, including the bathmats and wash in hot water, daily, if you have been out and/or if someone is ill. Wash or change the shower curtain if required, Clean the mirror, wash the floor and you are done. If you have any additional bathrooms it would be a good idea for the person who is out working or who is ill to have one to themselves for this time. If you don’t make sure everyone has their own hand towels as well as bath towels.
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