BATHROOM CLEANING CHECKLIST

If you follow the right procedures when cleaning your bathroom, you won’t have to clean it as often. We all want this special room in our homes to be always sparkling clean. After all, the whole household spends a lot of time inside these rooms of comfort. To ensure the best process of cleaning, use a bathroom cleaning checklist to guide you.

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What is a bathroom cleaning checklist?

A bathroom cleaning checklist is a tool for guidance used by many facility management personnel for the maintenance of the standards of bathroom cleanliness in commercial establishments. It also serves as a basis in commercial structures for evaluating the performance of the cleaning staff by checking the work they finish against the bathroom checklist.

Creating a bathroom cleaning schedule ensures better productivity, compliance with the standards of cleaning practices, and recording the conditions of fixtures and facilities including damage reports or repair requests, and the inventory of bathroom supplies.

A bathroom cleaning chart helps maintain aesthetics in the bathroom and it’s essential for hygienic purposes since various strains of bacteria in unhygienic bathrooms can potentially cause diseases.

 

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What to include in your bathroom cleaning checklist

With a bathroom cleaning checklist, you make sure that you clean your bathroom correctly. You should accomplish each of the tasks at least once a week to avoid future headaches. Here are the basic tasks to include in your bathroom checklist:

  • Clean the shower and tub
    This is perhaps the most difficult chore to tackle, especially if left unattended even for a couple of days. As you may have experienced with tiles and grout, you have to deal with a lot of molds, water stains, and damaged grout. At times, because of the severity of the situation, you need to call experts to help you out.
  • Wipe down the shower rings and rods
    Many bathrooms have a combination of a tub and a shower and, as such, will probably also have a shower curtain supported by a rod. Almost always overlooked for cleaning, the curtain rings and rod are also places where stains and mildew can accumulate. Wipe these down with a damp cloth at least once a week to keep them clean.
  • Clean the vanity
    Another favorite area where muck accumulates are the vanity area and sink. You can just imagine all the stuff that passes in the sink. These make it a haven for a cornucopia of residue that might take hours to scrub out using harsh and hazardous chemicals. Make it a point to clean these areas up at least once a week. Take everything off the vanity and give it a good scrubbing.
  • Scrub the sink fixtures
    Include in the scrubbing of your sink its fixtures with a solution that includes baking soda. Aside from the sink fixtures, give the drain block a good scrubbing too. Rinse afterward, then lightly spritz a piece of paper towel with a bathroom cleaner and wipe down.
  • Shine the mirror
    After finishing your tasks with the vanity and sink, you can start with your mirror using the same cleaners. Slightly spray the mirrors, then wipe them down with an old newspaper. If you don’t have this, you can use paper towels for the task.
  • Clean out the drawers
    It’s recommended to organize your drawers until you have cleaned your bathroom thoroughly. Just don’t clean the floors first because a lot of dust, dirt, and other unknown junk ends up falling during this stage. Scrub the floors after you have organized your cabinets and drawers.
  • Clean out the medicine cabinet
    Most homes have medicine cabinets loaded with stuff that shouldn’t be there and are never used. Cleaning and organizing these will only take a few minutes and it’s best to do this every couple of months. Wipe the insides and the outsides before reorganizing.
  • Disinfect the toilet
    Most people ignore cleaning the bowl and would do so only after noticing a disgusting ring of scum forming around the bowl. If you do this regularly, then you don’t have to worry about the formation of these disgusting rings. Use a cleaner to wipe down the outside and inside of the bowl.
  • Clean the wastebasket
    The best way to keep your wastebasket clean is to keep a liner in the can. Then all you need to do then is to change the liner once a week. But if you have unlined cans, you need to rinse them out every couple of weeks.
    First, empty the can then place it on your shower’s floor. Turn on the water for a few seconds, turn the wastebasket upside-down, and let dry. This is the least messy and easiest way of getting all the dirt out of the bottom of your wastebasket without messing up your sink.
  • Unclog the air vents
    Another part of the bathroom that’s often neglected is the air vents. Over time, the air vent can become moldy and clogged with residue caused by the constant use of hot water. Pull up a ladder and climb up with a screwdriver and a bottle of bathroom cleaner. You can clean this once a month.
  • Clean the baseboards
    Cleaning the boards at the base of your bathroom walls once every month will make your bathrooms always look their best.
  • Wash the rugs and air-dry them
    The rugs on your bathroom floor will accumulate a lot of dust, fallen hair, and other toilet residue. Pick up your rugs and run them through the wash every week then let them dry out in the sun. This keeps any unpleasant odors out of your bathroom.
  • Clean the floors
    After finishing all of the other tasks, this is the final task in your bathroom cleaning checklist. You can either vacuum or sweep the floor every few days. Once every week, you can include spraying the floor, then wiping the tiles. Using a big mop proves impractical as most bathrooms are too small. It’s much easier to clean the floor with a bottle of spray and some rags.

How often should you clean your bathroom?

On average, you should clean your bathrooms at least once a week. If you follow a bathroom cleaning schedule, you won’t have to rummage around your house for rags, tub scrubs, and cleaners every time. What you need to do is purchase a bucket or tote that you can use to keep your cleaning supplies in as part of a good cleaning routine.

To become more organized, work on the cleaning from top to down. This means you start with the light fixtures first, the air vents, then the countertops, shower and tub area, and others before cleaning the floor. This way, you can clean any debris or dust that fall down as you work your way through your bathroom cleaning chart. The only exception to this is the sink. This is the last thing you should clean in your bathroom.

What supplies do I need to clean a bathroom?

Having the right tools makes the job of cleaning your bathroom much quicker and easier. Here are the basic supplies to keep in your bathroom to make your cleaning routine more effective:

  • Squeegee
    You can use this to remove any extra moisture from the doors and walls of your bathroom, tub or shower. With this, you can significantly cut down moisture, soap scum, and mildew that could be very tough to remove later. To make it more effective, use the squeegee with a glass cleaner. This will help your windows and glass fixtures sparkle.
  • Toilet Brush
    Keep a toilet brush next to the toilet bowl for easy and quick toilet cleaning. Choose one with a decorative handle. To clean the bowl, first, dispense some cleaning liquid in the bowl and let sit for a few minutes. Clean the rim and the bowl with the brush. Lastly, dry all of the surfaces using paper towels.
  • Disinfectant Sponge and Cleaner or Disinfectant Wipes
    If you’re worried about the proliferation of bacteria on your bathroom surfaces, always keep a container of disposable disinfectant wipes under your floor sink that you can readily use to wipe down the counter, sink, toilet, and tub every day. You may also want to keep a sponge and a disinfectant spray to prevent germs from spreading.
  • Lint-free Rag and Multisurface Cleaner
    Get yourself a versatile cleaner to keep your bathroom sparkling clean. There are so many products out there to choose from. You can try out different products to see which one works best for you. Use the product to wipe down handles, faucets, mirrors, ceramics, and glass doors.
    This almost includes everything in your bathroom! Although it’s not a substitute for disinfecting surfaces, a multisurface spray will give your bathroom the gleam that you’re looking for.
  • Rubber Gloves
    Cleaning your bathroom can expose your hands to a lot of unpleasant things. You need to protect them by using a pair of high-quality rubber gloves. Just make sure to rinse them well after use and hang them to dry before you store them.
  • Scrub Brush
    Your best weapon to truly deep-clean the shower and tub is a scrub brush. There is no better substitute. For maximum results, first, apply a cleaner and allow it to sit for about half-an-hour, then use the brush to scrub well.

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