In our daily lives, the bathroom is a place we use every day. However, due to the wet environment and frequent use, bathrooms tend to harbor bacteria, mold and dirt. Therefore, thoroughly cleaning the bathroom is an important step to maintain hygiene and health. In this article, we will share five simple and efficient steps to help you clean your bathroom thoroughly and achieve ideal hygiene. Best of all, these steps are inexpensive and do not require expensive cleaning products or professional help. Let’s explore how to clean your bathroom and create a fresh, hygienic space in your home!

1. Get ready the tools and materials for cleaning

Make sure you have all the tools and supplies you need to clean your bathroom before you start. Here are some of the most common cleaning tools you’ll need:

  1. Gloves: Choose a strong pair of rubber gloves to protect your hands from cleaning products and bacteria that can irritate them.
  2. Bathroom brush: Get a strong, soft brush to clean things like bathtubs, sinks and toilets.
  3. Rags and sponges: Have some reusable rags and sponges on hand for wiping down surfaces like mirrors, cabinets, and tiles.
  4. Cleaners: Choose ones that are cheap but do a good job. White vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice, and hydrogen peroxide are all materials that are often used in cleaning products. They are very good at cleaning stains, getting rid of dirt, and killing germs.

Consider using eco-friendly and non-toxic cleaning products to help the environment and protect your health and the health of your family. Also, homemade cleaners are cheap, and you can mix the ingredients to make a cleaner that works well and is safe for the environment and your needs.

Once you have these tools and supplies for cleaning, you can move on to the next step and clean your bathroom thoroughly.

2. The bathtub and shower area need to be cleaned.

A big part of keeping your bathroom clean is to clean the tub and shower area. Here are some detailed cleaning tips that will help you get rid of dirt, limescale, and mould and keep things clean while causing less harm to the environment.

Before you start cleaning the tub and shower area, make sure the bathroom has good ventilation by opening windows or using an exhaust fan to get rid of moisture and smells from cleaning products.

  1. Get rid of stains by spraying them with a cleaner made for the material of the tub or one you made yourself. Scrub gently with a sponge or brush to get rid of tough stains, then rinse well with water.
  2. Get rid of limescale. Limescale is a common problem in showers and bathtubs. You can get rid of limescale with lemon juice or white vinegar. Limescale can be removed by applying lemon juice or white vinegar to the area, letting it sit for a few minutes, and then wiping it off with a damp cloth or sponge. Lastly, wash with water.
  3. Mould Removal: Mould grows often in bathrooms, especially when there is a lot of moisture in the air. Use a cleaner or bleach that has hydroperoxide in it and spray it on the mouldy area. Let it sit for a few minutes, then wipe it off gently with a sponge or brush and wash it well with water. Use gloves and make sure there is enough air flow to keep yourself safe.

The advantage of using eco-friendly cleaners is that they are usually kinder to people and the environment, as well as being effective in cleaning and disinfecting. Lemon juice and white vinegar in homemade cleaners are effective in stain removal, disinfection and odor removal, while cleaners containing hydroperoxides are effective in eliminating mold and mildew.

3. Wipe down and clean the toilets and sinks.

A key part of keeping your bathroom clean and healthy is keeping the sinks and toilets clean and sanitised. Here are some detailed cleaning tips that will help you get rid of germs and stains from sinks and toilets.

First, get the tools and supplies you’ll need to clean ready. You will need a brush, a sponge or a cleaning cloth, and a cleaner for sinks and toilets. Choose a cheap cleaner that works well, like an all-purpose cleaner with disinfecting ingredients or an eco-friendly cleaner you make yourself.

To start cleaning the sink, turn on the tap and let water run off the surface of the sink to wash away dirt and other things. Then, coat the inside and outside of the sink, including the sink and tap, with the cleaner. Use a brush or sponge to clean the sink’s surface, paying special attention to the edges and corners where dirt tends to gather. Make sure to clean the washbasin and tap carefully so that bacteria and stains don’t get stuck in the cracks. Last, run water through the sink to make sure all of the cleaner is gone.

The next thing to do is to clean and sanitise the toilet. First, open the toilet’s lid and use water to clean the inside and outside of the toilet. Then, pour the cleaner into the toilet bowl and use it to clean the inside and outside of the bowl. Use the toilet brush to gently scrub the inside of the bowl, paying special attention to the area near the water line, to make sure it’s clean. Rinse the toilet bowl with water again to make sure that all of the cleaner is gone.

Make sure you use the right tools and methods to clean sinks and toilets so that you can get rid of stains and bacteria. To keep from spreading germs, brushes or sponges should be changed often. Choosing cleaners with disinfecting ingredients can also get rid of bacteria and make sure the environment is clean.

4. Cleaning the windows and getting rid of the limescale

Here are some ways to clean mirrors and get rid of limescale so that your mirrors always look brand new.

First, make sure you have everything you need to clean your mirror. To clean the mirror, you’ll need a soft cloth or paper towel and a cleaner made for mirrors. You can get rid of limescale with easy household items like lemon juice or vinegar.

Dust and other dirt can be removed from the mirror’s surface by wiping it gently with a clean cloth. Then, spray the right amount of cleaner onto a cloth or paper towel and wipe the surface of the mirror gently from top to bottom or left to right. Make sure you don’t use too much cleaner or a film will form on the screen.

Lemon juice or vinegar can be used to get rid of limescale on the mirror. Pour vinegar or lemon juice onto a paper towel, and use it to gently wipe away the limescale. These acids will help get rid of the limescale and make the mirror shine again. After wiping the glass, wipe it with water or a damp cloth to make sure all of the cleaner and limescale is gone.

To clean the mirror without scratching it, use a soft cloth or paper towel. Also, wipe the mirror carefully and don’t use too much force to keep it from breaking. Also, don’t forget to change the cleaning cloth or paper towel often so it stays clean.

5. Clean the floors and walls.

Proper cleaning of bathroom floors and walls can remove spots and stop mould and mildew growth.

Choose the right way to clean the different kinds of floors. Use a wet mop and a mild cleaner to clean tile floors. Use a hoover or broom to get rid of dust and other waste before you clean. Then, mix the right amount of cleaner with warm water, dip the mop into the cleaning solution, and wipe the floor evenly. For wooden floors, you shouldn’t use too much water. To clean them, you can use special items made for wood floors.

If the wall is made of tiles, you can scrub it with a light cleaner and a sponge or soft cloth. You can scrub lacquered walls with a mixture of warm water and a small amount of soap, but don’t use too much water, or you might damage the finish.

When cleaning floors and walls, pay extra attention to getting rid of tough spots and stopping mould and mildew from growing. Use the right cleaners and brushes to get rid of spots that won’t go away. Mould on walls can be cleaned with a cleaner that kills fungi or with bleach that has been softened. Wear gloves and a mask when you work with mould to protect your health.

Also, it’s important to keep it dry and well-ventilated. Turn on the bathroom exhaust fan or open a window often to keep the air moving and reduce humidity. Try to dry the floor and walls with a clean towel after taking a shower or bath to keep water from staying there and making mould grow.


When it comes to cleaning your bathroom, choosing low-cost cleaning tools that work well can save you money and still get the job done. At the same time, cleaning your bathroom often can stop stains and germs from building up, so your bathroom will always smell clean and nice.

Lastly, cleaning your bathroom is important for more than just its appearance and cleanliness. It is also important for your health and the happiness of you and your family. So, don’t forget how important it is to clean the bathroom, and try to work it into your daily cleaning routine.

We hope that this post has taught you how to clean and disinfect your bathroom properly. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the comments part, and we will do our best to answer them. Here’s to a bathroom that is clean and cosy!