Your bathroom is one of the places which is most frequently used all day long and it inevitably gets dirty. While we may clean our bathrooms every day, there will be some amount of dirt, specs of dirt you cannot see.

So, this is why a full and thorough cleaning of our bathrooms is required from time to time. Right from your bathroom vent to the tiles on the floor, a deep clean is a must and in this article we have all the possible cleaning solutions for you. So take a look!

Top to Bottom Bathroom Cleaning Solutions you must know:

1. Vent cleaning

You can start off by dusting or cleaning the vent with a vacuum cleaner or plain microfiber cloth. Next, simply spray some water-diluted white vinegar mixture over your vent and wipe it clean using a microfiber towel.

Note: While cleaning the toilet vent, be careful not to get the spray inside of the vent.

2. Tiles and grouting

Bleach pens are surprisingly versatile cleaners. Just run a pen over the grout lines in your bathroom tile and let it set overnight. Make a semi-thick paste of 2 parts baking soda and 1 part hydrogen peroxide with 1 part dish soap to make a paste and using an old toothbrush, use it to clean your grouting and a bigger brush to clean your tiles. Let it rest for an hour or overnight and rinse off with warm water.

3. Showerhead

Take a zip lock bag or a plastic bag and fill it with a water-diluted solution of white vinegar and completely immerse the showerhead into the bag and tie it there for half an hour. Then, take it off and then scrub using an old toothbrush and rinse off with plain or warm water.

4. Bathtub

You can sprinkle some baking soda mixed with castile soap and hydrogen peroxide all over your bathtub and then scrub it using a microfiber towel and some water.

5. Shower curtain or shower door

There are times when soap scum covers our shower doors. Well, all you need to do is spritz some vinegar mixed with water solution all over your doors and wipe them dry using a microfiber towel. You can also use a mixture of baking soda, water and dish soap if vinegar doesn’t work for you.

As for your shower curtains, simply dunk them into your washing machine along with some old towels, on washer mode with a gentle cycle and some washing detergent and you’re good to go. You can also wash them by hand with some detergent, but who wants extra work, right?

6. Toilet bowl

Mix 1/2 cup baking soda with 1/2 cup dish soap or castile soap ( for natural cleaner ), 1 cup of hot water and few drops of lemon essential oil. Pour a generous amount into your toilet bowl…about ¼ cup. Let it sit for 10-15 mins and then scrub it down with a toilet brush.

Spray hydrogen peroxide inside, on the toilet seat and outside the toilet bowl to disinfect. Let it sit for 15-30 mins and then rinse off with water.

7. Mirror

Spot clean your mirror with a small cloth sprayed with rubbing alcohol. you can also mix equal parts of white vinegar and water, mist the solution all over your mirror and wipe off using paper towels or newspaper.

8. Countertop

You can either use some diluted vinegar (with water) solution to spritz over your countertop, or simply spritz some diluted dishwashing (with water) solution and spritz over your countertop and wipe off with a microfiber towel.

9. Basin/sink       

Spritz some disinfectant spray and wipe it clean using a microfiber towel. To unclog your bathroom basin/sink, just use a funnel or a spoon and pour down a fourth of a cup of baking soda and gush it down with ½ cup of white vinegar. Let it sit for a few minutes and then, gush it down with water.

10. Floor

Sprinkle some baking soda and water paste all over your floor and let it sit for 10 to 20 minutes. Then, using a microfiber towel dipped in some water-diluted dishwashing liquid, scrub the floor and rinse off with plain or warm water. For tougher stains, spray with hydrogen peroxide and leave it on overnight.