Want to know the secret to getting your entire bathroom sparkling in no time? It's all about the order that you clean the bathroom areas. There really is an art to learning how to clean bathroom surfaces and removing tough stains! We cover all and this and more in this simple guide.
How to clean bathroom surfaces: what you will need
Before you start learning the art of cleaning your bathroom, you should make sure you have all the equipment and products you need. We recommend the following to get your bathroom looking clean and smelling fresh;
- A sweeping brush/vacuum
- A mop (and bucket)
- Scouring brush
- An old toothbrush
- Harpic Bathroom Cleaning Spray
Preparation for removing bathroom stains
Now that you have all the tools and equipment you need, it's time to learn the best way to clean your bathroom.
Step 1: Open any windows and doors to ensure the bathroom is well ventilated before you begin cleaning.
Step 2: Remove all items such as soaps, sponges, and small storage boxes so that you can gain easy access to every area in your bathroom.
How to clean your bathroom surfaces
The walls, tiles and floors of your bathroom probably take the more wear and tear than many of the rooms in your house – so keeping them clean is a job that needs to be done regularly and thoroughly.
Step 1: First things first, start with any tiling you may have in your bathroom.
Step 2: Using Harpic Bathroom Cleaner and a scouring brush begin by scrubbing your wall tiles. By starting with the tiles, you can later catch the water that dribbles into your shower or bathtub.
Step 3: Don't forget to pay attention to the tile grouting as grime and other stubborn stains often build up in these areas.
Step 4: Now, it's time to use an old toothbrush and the Harpic Bathroom Cleaning Spray. The spray angle means you can apply the cleaner onto difficult to reach places, such as around your taps or in hard to reach corners. Use the toothbrush to remove any built-up dirt.
Step 5: Next squeeze a small amount of Harpic Bathroom Cleaner onto a scouring sponge scrub any remaining bathroom stains on floor, basin and tiles away.
Step 6: Use the shower or water from the taps to rinse off any remaining product.
Doing things in this order means you can avoid wasting time cleaning things more than once because of splashes – leaving your bathroom looking and smelling clean and hygienic.
Cleaning floor surfaces
Cleaning the bathroom floor should always be saved to last just in case you splash or spill anything from the sinks and bathtubs.
For information on how to clean floor surfaces – please read our article on how to clean your bathroom floor.
Cleaning the toilet
Scrubbing the toilet is nobody’s favourite thing to do, but it should be one of the most important aspects of your cleaning routine! Our fantastic guide on cleaning your toilet will help ensure your toilet is spic and span throughout.
Why use our Harpic bathroom cleaner products?
- Versatility – for a simpler clean, Harpic Bathroom cleaning products can be used on almost any bathroom surface.
- Kills 99% of germs to keep your bathroom germ-free.
- Available in floral and lemon varieties that help keep your bathroom smelling fresh.
- Our thick liquid formula can remove even the most stubborn of bathroom stains.
Now that you have learnt the art of how to clean bathroom surfaces in record time, we hope you can find some more joy when it comes to your cleaning routine. Don’t forget that we have a range of versatile bathroom cleaning products to keep your bathroom gleaming day after day.