Cleaning Toilet And Bathroom

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Toilet and bathroom cleaning is one of the household tasks you wish to get through speedily. You must provide an extra effort in scrubbing, washing, wiping, and brushing to achieve the desired cleanliness unlike cleaning the living rooms or bedrooms which only requires sweeping, vacuum cleaning, and mopping. Despite all that, you cannot simply disregard the toilet and bathroom as they play important roles in our homes and in our lives, so we should appreciate it. With your hectic schedules, demanding jobs, and frenzied lifestyle, it seems that you are more likely to give up doing chores simply because you have no time for it.

Try using baking soda in lukewarm water when removing soap crusts in soap container. But you can simply brush it if it the soap crusts are not that attached to the container. Be sure you will leave no soap residues on the floor as you and your clients might slip and fall.

Lime or hard water that had formed in sinks and sides of the drain can be removed by pouring acids like vinegar and lemon juice. For fiber glasses, never use acids as it might stain the surface. Ask the clients about their preferred cleaning materials since there are a lot of commercial cleaning products available in the market that may or may not be compatible with what you are cleaning. Always read the labels carefully before using them.

If there is a leak or problem in the client’s bathroom pipes, inform him right away so that it would be repaired immediately. Dripping water from broken plumbing will further soil the sink and the bathroom tiles.

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