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What's the best thing to clean your bathroom with?

What's the best thing to clean your bathroom with?

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There’s nothing like a trip to a nice hotel to make you realise that even your freshly cleaned bathroom isn’t exactly sparkling. It just never quite feels as clean. But never fear, you’re in the right place. Keep reading to find out how to get your bathroom feeling professionally cleaned (as well as how to do it without messing up the planet).


For the not-so-tough-to-clean areas, we’d recommend going for something more planet-positive. That way you can still use harsh chemicals in those tougher spots (that really make the difference from clean to dazzling), whilst still cutting down on the nastier ingredients going down the sink into the environment. Baththings is a great non-toxic, plastic-free option for this, and can be used to keep on top of shower trays, bath tubs, tiling, taps and sinks. For other areas of the bathroom (or if your taps and sinks are in need of descaling) keep on readin’.

 


TOILETS
Let’s get the worst one over and done with.


First things first, add in your liquid toilet cleaner, making sure to soak the sides. Leave it for around 20 minutes, before gloving up and giving the bowl a good scrub with your loo brush. Make sure to be really thorough with this, getting in all those nooks and crannies, including under the rim where the water comes out (as it’s these details that tend to make the biggest difference). If it needs a bit of extra oomph, try adding some baking soda or vinegar for some extra power. Give the loo and flush and admire your handy work.


In that 20 minute wait we mentioned before, it’s worth spraying the outside of the toilet with your go-to general bathroom cleaner (again, if you’re looking to be bit more eco, we’d recommend Baththings) and give it a good wipe down with a cloth or a sponge (for a cellulose option, check out Spongethings). Don’t forget the base of the toilet (and the little gap at the back). If you have a fancy modern toilet with a quick-disconnect seat, feel free to remove this to make sure to give the area underneath a solid clean.


TAPS + SHOWER HEADS

Limescale is a bit of pain to remove, so prevention is best (think weekly wipe downs with Baththings), but if it has built up - here’s what you gotta do.


For the scaliest of taps and showers, it’s worth whipping out the proper chemicals and using a limescale remover (like Viakil). But if you don’t want to go to the trouble of buying something specific, there are a few alternatives that you might already have lying around your house. 


Vinegar: make up a solution of 50% vinegar, 50% water and shake to mix. Apply to the area and leave for 20 minutes before giving it a good scrub. It might take a few goes to fully get rid of it, but it should do the trick eventually.


Baking Soda: mix baking soda with enough water to form a paste. Spread it over the limescaley area and leave it for 10-15 minutes before scrubbing. Like with vinegar, it may not be perfect the first time (but you’ll get there in the end9.


Lemon juice: dip a cloth into a bowl of fresh lemon juice and apply it to the limescale. Leave it for around 15 minutes before wiping away (*again* you may have to repeat this a few times before it’s perfect).


MOULD ON TILES

Mould is always one of the little details that you can miss if you’re not really giving your bathroom a deep clean, but getting rid of it makes all the difference.


There are some super effective well known brands of mould remover on the market (Astonish and Dettol are just a couple) but, like with limescale, you can also DIY it at home.


A mixture of warm water and bleach will usually do the trick (but be careful not to scrub too hard as it could damage the tiles). Baking soda is another great option, but it tends to work better on ceramic or porcelain surfaces.

 

 

Follow those tips and your bathroom will be sparkling in no time... and if you want to learn a bit about cleaning your shower and bath tubs, then click here to see our other blog posts.