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5 Of The Best Bathroom Cleaning hacks You Should Know

Do you struggle to get your bathroom gleaming? If you want to spend less time in the bathroom cleaning, here are five bathroom cleaning hacks we have put together that we think are 100% worth trying. Trust us, you’ll never look back!

1. How to Clean a Shower head

To clean a shower head, pour distilled white vinegar into a plastic bag big enough to fit over your shower head. Put the plastic bag (with vinegar in it) over your shower head and secure it with a rubber band. Allow it to soak for 1 hour. Remove the bag of vinegar and wipe the shower head with a paper towel or cloth. Voila!

2. How to Clean Shower Doors

The easiest way to clean shower doors is to use a squeegee after each shower. However, if you forget to use these, the shower door becomes covered in limescale, which then makes it a pain to clean. To remove the limescale from your shower door mix baking soda and water to create a paste. Rub the paste on to the shower door with a non-abrasive sponge. Rinse with vinegar and see through your shower door once more.

3. How to Clean Grout

When the grout in your bathroom starts looking a little grimey it’s time for some deep cleaning. To clean grout, make a paste out of baking soda and water, then line the grout lines with the paste. Spray a little vinegar over the paste and allow to sit for a minute. Grab an old toothbrush and scrub, scrub, scrub! Before you know it, your grout will be looking like new again!

4. How to Clean a Bathtub

Hmmm, orange or grapefruit and salt anyone? To clean a bathtub, cut an orange or grapefruit in half, sprinkle with coarse salt, and scrub away. Not only will your bathtub look sparkling clean, but it will smell lovely as well.

5. How to Clean a Toilet

Toilets can be nasty places and always need cleaning. Luckily, there’s an easy way to keep them sparkling. Pour ¼ cup of baking soda and 1 cup of vinegar in the toilet. Let sit at least 15 minutes, then scrub and flush. You’re left with a nice, clean toilet.

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