Do not clean what cleans you
Your shower does a lot. Give him credit! But he is not a miracle worker. It cleans you, but it depends on you. You can spend hours sweating while trying to scrub the walls every few months, or you can take the easiest and fastest route. After each shower (or at least every few days), wipe the walls. Bam! Soap residue is not up to your proactivity.
Another trick to keep your shower clean is even easier. Close your shower curtain. No, really, that’s all. The closing of the curtain allows all its folds to have easier access to the air, to dry more quickly and to avoid the formation of mold.
And speaking of your shower curtain, when did you clean it for the last time? Or your liner, by the way? Do not panic! Most curtains and liners can pass through the washing machine on a delicate cycle, so it’s an easy solution.
Work with a disinfectant wipe
If you use disinfectant wipes to clean the bathroom, everything is fine for you. They are easy to grasp, guarantee you have the right amount of disinfectant to treat bacteria in your bathroom and can simply be thrown in the trash when you’re done. And let us precede this advice with a little warning: we want to reduce waste. That said, your clean bathroom is not a place to skimp. When you use a disinfectant wipe for the entire bathroom, you can transfer bacteria. This small square just can not do everything!
Do you want to be sure that you are using the right amount of wipes? If your wipe is still wet enough to leave the surface wet for a few minutes after cleaning, it still contains enough disinfectant to do the job. Otherwise, it’s time to change places.
Do not clean completely
When you think of bad bathroom cleaning habits, your mind is probably immediately concerned about how you scrub your toilet or disinfect your countertop. But everything in your bathroom needs to be cleaned, not just the usual suspects.
When cleaning, wipe off the handles of toothbrushes and make-up brushes. If you have a hand soap dispenser, wipe it too. Continue this train. Stand in the middle of your bathroom and rotate slowly. Look for anything that is regularly affected. If so, you should also clean it regularly.