No one likes to clean their bathroom, but it is something that has to be done.
There are some people who are clean freaks and have it down to a science as to when they need to clean different parts of their porcelain throne room.
Others, like ourselves, need a bit of help in that department to decide how often we should be cleaning the filthiest part of our home.
It is not an exaggeration when we say your sink should be cleaned daily.
You brush your hair, trim your beard, brush your teeth, and more in front of your sink every day.
This can lead to a buildup of hair and spots of hardened toothpaste that can be difficult to remove.
It is a good idea to keep a bottle of wet wipes in your bathroom, so you can do a quick rubdown of all of its surfaces.
This can make your life easier, and your overall bathroom cleaner as you rid it of some of the things that can make it unappealing.
Empty the Trash Can (1-2 times a week)
We generally don’t keep giant trashcans in our bathroom, which can lead to our tiny ones filling up fairly quickly.
It is recommended you empty it once or twice a week to keep its contents from overflowing onto the floor. It will make your space look tidier, and its something that can be done in as little as thirty-seconds.
It is a good idea to line your bathroom trash can with a grocery bag or other small bags to make it easier to empty and go.
No one likes staring at their own filth, and neither should you, which is why this is something that should definitely become a part of your routine.
The Toilet (1-2 times a week)
Toilets are gross, and touching them is even worse. If you clean the toilet ball once or twice a week it can help minimize the work you have to do when you get around to deep cleaning it.
When you let your toilet fester, it can cause rings to form within the bowl that can seem impossible to get out.
A simple scrub with some cleaner should do the trick and keep your bathroom looking fresh.
If your rings do not come out, then you should consider purchasing a pumice stone, which can be used to buff out any gross looking stains that were left behind.
The same goes for the mirror as it does the sink because they have a tendency to get dirty.
Toothpaste has a habit of ending up on our mirrors, and if they are left alone they harden and can become impossible to get off.
You can have a designated rag that you use to wipe the toothpaste off before it becomes an issue later in the week.