How To Deep-Clean The Bathroom And Remove All The Bad Smells

The bathroom should be the cleanest room in the house, it is therefore imperative to know how to keep it clean.

In what follows, we present the best methods to clean the whole bathroom and to get rid of odors.

Cleaning the toilet bowl

The most powerful source of odors is the toilet bowl. Clean the toilet bowl cover with a cloth you sprinkled baking soda over. Then, remove the baking soda with a damp cloth. The inside of the toilet bowl is cleaned with a mix of baking soda and white vinegar. After this process, add a few drops of eucalyptus essential oil – for a pleasant scent.

Cleaning the sink and the bathtub

Even if your sink and your bathtub look clean, they must be disinfected regularly. If they are sticky, you can clean them with a paste made of detergent, vinegar and one tablespoon of baking soda.
Stains and mold from the bathroom curtains are removed with a mixture of baking soda and vinegar.
You can refresh the smell inside the drain by pouring hot water mixed with lemon juice. If you have copper pipes in the bathroom, rub them with a lemon slice over which you sprinkled salt.

The limestone from the faucets is removed with a mixture made of water, salt and vinegar, while the shower head can be kept in a bowl with vinegar for several hours to regain its brilliance.

Cleaning the tiles

Ceramic tiles can be disinfected if you clean them with a mixture of detergent and hot water. Lemon juice can also help in this matter. Also, ceramic tile flooring will regain its shine if you wash it with water and vinegar.

Cleaning the carpets

You can regain the brilliance of your bathroom carpet if you brush it with a solution consisting of water and a tablespoon of baking soda. Also, you can clean it with a mixture of two parts warm water and one part white vinegar.

Pleasant smells

After you have deep-cleaned the bathroom, give it a fragrant smell by applying one drop of essential oil of (eucalyptus, lavender or mint) on the sink, the tub and the toilet bowl cover.
An alternative is the vanilla, cinnamon, cloves and citrus peels, which have antibacterial properties.

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