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BATHROOM

Bathrooms are critical area when a regular house cleaning, we need to be sure that they are looking clean, tidy but most important: disinfected.

A bathroom cleaning must be deep, especially the showers that are used daily. Notice what bathroom is used more often in the house (normally in suite bathroom) could assess better the time spend in the house.

Check bathroom conditions

No. 1

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A

Vacuum dust and hair in all the areas for better results

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B

Apply products in showers, toilets, and bathtubs. Check presence of mould or grime, apply bleach or bathroom cleaner.

C

Wipe down the windows sill with a damp cloth

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No. 2

Clean showers

A

Always start from the dirties part, from up to bottom.

B

Identify type of shower

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Glass and plastic shower

Glass and stone shower

Glass and ceramic tiled shower

  • Clean with bleach in gel or dishwasher liquid,

  • Use soft sponges (not steel) in glass, walls and floor

  • Use brush to clean tiles grouts

  • Rinse all the product with plenty hot water.

  • Dry the glass with windows-mirror cloth

  • Clean with bleach in gel or dishwasher liquid,

  • Use soft sponges (not steel) in glass, walls and floor

  • Use brush to clean tiles grouts

  • Rinse all the product with plenty hot water.

  • Dry the glass with windows-mirror cloth

  • Clean with dishwasher liquid (do not use abrasive chemicals like bleach or jif)

  • Use soft sponges (not steel) in glass and walls

  • Use brush to clean tiles grouts

  • Rinse all the product with plenty hot water.

  • Dry the glass with windows-mirror cloth

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C

Polish the shower tap with bleach or regular dishwasher liquid. Prevent not to scratch the surfaces.

D

Move the beauty products (shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap) to clean underneath.

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E

Clean the shower drains, remove all the hairs.

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No. 3

Clean toilet, use bleach or bathroom disinfectant

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A

Clean any stain inside using a toilet brush. All the borders and bottom must be brushed.

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B

Wipe the toilet with toilet paper, do not use microfibre cloth to avoid cross contamination. Be sure to wipe back and walls of the toilet seat.

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C

Empty the rubbish bins, put a new bin liner if necessary

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A

If the bathtub is new, use dishwasher liquid, soft sponge, and rinse with hot water.

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No. 4

Clean bathtub

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B

If bathtub has bacteria use jif or bleach gel to remove it. Try not to scratch the surface sealant

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C

If bathtub is barely used, only wipe down the dust.

A

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Clean mirror and walls (remove fingerprint and soap marks) use mirror-windows cloth.

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No.5

Clean basin, use disinfectant or dishwasher liquid

B

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Clean the basin drain with a brush to remove any stain.

C

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Remove beaty products to clean all the basin surface and dust basin cabinet from outside

D

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Polish basin tap, use bleach or dishwasher liquid

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A

No.6

Vaccum and mop

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Vaccum whole floor, special attention to small hairs.

 

Reach all the bathroom corners

B

Prepare the mop product with hot water and floor cleaner, then mop whole bathroom floor.

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No.7

Double check

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A

Walls and floor corners without stain or hairs

B

All the taps properly polish

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C

No marks on shower glass or mirrors

Rubbish bins empty and cleaned

D

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E

Clean toilet lid and leave it closed