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Thursday, April 20 2017
Bathroom Cleaning Tips and Tricks

    If you’re a home-owner, then you know how important it can be to keep your home, and especially your bathroom. looking and smelling fresh.  At Barner Murphy, we’ve compiled a few tips and tricks to help you make the most of your precious cleaning time.  With a little bit of creativity and effort, you can have a bathroom that looks and smells absolutely wonderful.  

    Because there are a wide variety of surfaces in a bathroom, it’s only natural for this space to require more frequent and thorough cleaning.  For some people, cleaning the bathroom is one of the most unpleasant of any possible cleaning task.  However, with a simple checklist and a couple of stand-by natural cleaners, you can make the most of your time and walk away with a bathroom and looks and smells great. 

    Cleaning bathroom windows can be a breeze with a little vinegar and water.  Simply make a mixture of equal parts vinegar and water, add it to a spray bottle, and then spray on any glass surfaces.  You can use either a paper towel or a soft, absorbent cloth to wipe.  Some old, cut-up t-shirts and newspapers also make great window wipers, as well.  Some people like to use micro-fiber cloths, and you can always try out a few of each to see which option you like best.

    For cleaning showers and counters, there are a variety of cleaners and cloths that will make this an easy job to handle.  We recommend trying a few of the following combinations to see which work best for your particular counter needs:  an equal part vinegar and water combination, a baking soda and water paste, a store-bought cleanser that does not contain abrasive ingredients.  All of these options can be used on tile, counters, cabinets and even shower scum.  If you are trying to clean grout, then a simple baking soda and undiluted hydrogen mixture works wonders.  For those wishing to make their own homemade cleansers, the possibilities are endless with a quick online search for recipes.

    When it comes to toilet cleaning, you actually don’t need too many chemicals to give it a good clean.  Try the following:  Sprinkle a little bit of baking soda inside the toilet, then dump a cup of undiluted white vinegar into the water.  Some people use a reusable toilet brush to scrub this mixture and claim that it really works great at removing both stubborn stains and offensive smells.  To wrap up your toilet cleaning, simply spry and wipe down the lid and the bowl with some undiluted hydrogen peroxide. 

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