Tips For Keeping Your Bathroom Clean

Tips For Keeping Your Bathroom Clean

Tips on keeping your bathroom clean

A few weeks ago, Life Maid Easy gave you the best tips and tricks on keeping your kitchen clean and organized. We know that although it might be a bit of a surprise, the kitchen is one of the dirtiest rooms in our home. It’s even dirtier than the washroom. But, the washroom still makes a close second.

For obvious reasons, our washrooms need to be cleaned rather regularly.  If we entrust these rooms to clean ourselves in, we need to make sure the room itself. Otherwise, it just doesn’t make sense!

But keeping your bathroom clean can be hard-you want to make sure it’s sanitized without using extremely harmful chemicals that are a danger to our health. That’s why we’ve made a list of the best tips on keeping your bathroom clean and tidy.

Check it out!

Clean your toilet bowl

cleaning your toilet with coca cola


Surprisingly, this can be achieved with a can of Coca Cola. Empty a can in to your toilet and let it sit for 30-60 mins. The longer you leave it, the more effective it will be. We recommend even pouring it in before bed and letting it sit until the morning. Once you’re ready, use a toilet bowl scrubber and get to scrubbing! Finally, flush to complete the cleaning process.


Clean the ceiling

mop, mop the ceiling, cleaning the ceiling


It’s easy to forget about cleaning our ceilings. How often do we really look up in our homes, especially in our washrooms? Not that often. This can be rather dangerous, as the ceiling collects a lot of bacteria, especially in the bathroom. That’s because there’s so much steam and water in such a small, enclosed space, mildew can build up.

We suggest mopping the ceiling with water and white vinegar solution. You should use equal parts water and vinegar. Put on some protective eyewear before you tackle this task, like goggles.


Clean your shower head

Cleaning shower head in solution


You may notice that the water pressure in your shower has changed. This could be for a variety of reasons, but more often than not, it is because of rust and/or built up soap scum.

If you unscrew the shower head, take it off and soak it in water that has about 4-5 tablets of denture cleaner. Leave it in there for a few hours. If you can’t remove the head, fill up a plastic bag with the solution and tie a rubber band around it to keep it attached to the head.


We hope these tips help you keep your bathroom clean and tidy!