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5 Bathroom Cleaning Tricks You Need

Keeping your bathroom clean is probably low on your list of favorite activities. After all, nobody has ever said they like cleaning the bathroom or removing mildew stains. Regarding household tasks, cleaning the bathroom is at the top of the list of punishments. Thinking back to your first employment or weekend duties, you'll remember that cleaning bathrooms are low on the must-do list. This doesn't imply, however, that it has to be a tedious or unpleasant chore with no reward at the end.

Cleaning the bathroom regularly is essential for more than simply aesthetic reasons; it may help you and your family stay healthy. The cleanliness of the restrooms may have a significant impact on how many people use them regularly. Every day, spend a minute or two wiping down surfaces and devote more time and energy to cleaning once a week. Some of the benefits of keeping your restroom tidy are listed below.

Here are 5 bathroom cleaning tricks you need.

1. Let your toilet bowl scrubber dry before storing

To prevent the bristles from becoming brown, flush the toilet brush with clean water after each use. Please let the brush air dry before putting it away. Don't let the holder's bottom become a mucky soup of water and germs. Pick a holder that raises the brush head away from the holder's base to protect the bristles from becoming bent or broken. In the bathroom, use a wand that has replaceable heads. After each usage, wipe the handle off with a disinfectant wipe and set it aside to dry. No holder is required since the grip may be stashed in a drawer, hung on a hook, or placed beneath the sink.

2. Putting essential oils on cotton balls at the bottom of your trash bin

Cotton balls drenched in essential oil produce a fluffy, tiny odor-fighting cloud that helps to keep the space inside and around your garbage can smelling lovely. If you put an oiled cotton ball in the bottom of your garbage can, below the liner, you may get a few more loads out of this hack. Remember to swap it out once a week when you take out the garbage. Or after a couple loads have been completed.

3. Stamp your toilet paper for a fancy finish

You may have noticed a trend recently toward more aesthetically pleasing toilet paper rolls, such as those that are folded into a point or a bow and secured with a fake wax seal. The Pixie Stamp is a free and simple way to make a wax stamp that looks like a real one. There's more than one way to pixie stamp, and the woman who came up with the concept has many more gorgeous (and quick and free) ideas to share if you follow her on Instagram.