Expert Tips for a Gleaming Bathroom:

We know the bathroom; the dreaded bathroom, may seem like a mammoth task after you’ve forgot to tackle it for a few months. Or maybe you’ve just been putting it off, but we’ve compiled a few means of confronting the mission head on.

The mucky tap

The sink has the ability to breed the worst soap, dirt and germ collection. It builds up that much, if left untouched, you may contemplate chiselling it off… False, all you need is cleaning vinegar and some paper towels.

Place a bunch of vinegar-soaked paper towels around the areas of the tap and leave for 15 to 30 minutes. Afterward, wipe the surface clean and ta-da!

De-splattering the mirror

For this, you can use a natural mix of white vinegar and water, or a mix of ammonia, water, rubbing alcohol and washing up liquid – this works a treat.

Spray whatever you’re using evenly on the mirror, leave for a few seconds, and then wipe with a microfiber cloth to remove the specs of toothpaste and dirt. Next, use a squeegee to wipe away drips – alternate between the squeegee and the cloth to avoid the wicked streaks.

The bad aim

Okay, this is the most unglamorous part of your bathroom cleaning mission.

The only way to completely clean your toilet, is to grab a flat head screwdriver and remove the lid. Then use anti-bacterial disinfecting wipes and latex gloves to get into all the crevices.

The slow drainer

You really don’t need some fancy drain unblocker for this one.

First, Pour 170 grams of salt and 170 grams of baking soda into the effected drain, afterwards, 120 ml of white vinegar. This will all fizz up and the salt will act as a corrosive, removing any grime and hair. After 10 minutes, pour 2 litres of boiling water into the drain, this will dissolve the mixture and leave it running clear and free of any blockages.

You can reduce this drastically buy purchasing a hair catcher that’ll stop any hair even reaching the bottom of the drain.