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How To Keep Your Bathroom Looking Spotless

October 22, 2018

Your bathroom is a place that caters to so many of your needs, and yet it tends to be the place that gets overlooked the most as there are other rooms that appear to give us more, like the living room for example, but this is simply because we spend most of our time there.

It’s important that you do what you can to keep your bathroom looking spick and span, because it deserves that. It isn’t just about the actual cleanliness either, it also comes down to changing some of your usual habits in order to have a better environment afterwards.

There are plenty of things that you can do to make it a wonderful place to be in, you just need to take out the time to do them. You will soon find that the more you force yourself to remember, the sooner it will become natural to you and then you will never feel as though you’re cleaning the bathroom again, because that’s already amongst your everyday routine now.

So here are some tips and tricks to get you on the right track.

 

The watermarks

 

 

Watermarks are a very annoying thing that arise in the bathroom because it makes things look grubby and dirty, when really it’s just dried water that has formed a mark. The funny thing about this though, is the fact that they’re so simple to remove.

You can do it with a cloth, a towel, a flannel, or any kind of fabric that you have at hand, and then simply wipe the area and the watermarks will disappear. You will want to focus mostly on the taps and the mirror as that is where most splashback occurs.

If you have a shower with a glass door, this will most likely be covered, so just make an effort to give it a quick wipe down once you’re done using it. That way you can keep on top of the minor issue.

 

 

The clutter

There is no excuse as to why you have clutter lying around your bathroom. Of course, when you’re getting ready for a night out, it can be very easy to leave your makeup out on the countertop, powder around the sink, mascara on the mirror, and your hairbrush on the windowsill, but that doesn’t mean that you have to leave it that way. All you need to do is find a home for your things so that they always have a place to go back to.

Have a look on www.drench.co.uk as they have a whole bunch of vanity units in all different shapes, sizes, and colours. With these, you can assign a place for all of your items to go, and then simply close the door and everything will be hidden to the human eye and just look neat and tidy.

 

 

The walls

 

 

 

If you’re tired of walking into your bathroom with the same old colour greeting you in, then all you have to do is change it. So many people have this rule about only changing the colour scheme after a set period of time, otherwise it’s just a waste, but this isn’t a rule at all.

You can mix it up as often as you want as long as you don’t mind taking trips to the hardware store for more colours. So never feel restricted with your choices, you have complete free range over the look that you want to achieve. A bathroom is a place that you should be able to unwind in when you take a shower or a bath, and lose yourself for a while.

So think about the kind of colours that inject that tone into the room. Deep wine reds, chocolate browns, warm mochas, plum purples, and charcoal greys all work nicely to set the scene.

 

 

The Mould

We often get pretty grossed out at the thought of mould, but it’s important that you know the difference between the basic stuff and the dangerous stuff like black mould, which is toxic and needs to be dealt with right away like https://www.everydayhealth.com explains.

When you have a space like a bathroom though that is constantly having hot water vapour in the air, mould is to be expected, and over time it will eventually have accumulated. Sometimes you may not even notice it an awful lot, but other times it can be a little bit more obvious.

It tends to form in corners, so a common place is in the shower as that’s where all the water is. Although it’s harmless, it doesn’t look very pretty, so if it’s bothering you just give it a scrub, and then go over with some sealer to make the area more secure again, while covering the discolouration with a nice bright white.

 

 

The hair

 

 

This is probably one of the most repulsive things when it comes to your bathroom – the hair. Even if it’s only your own, it is still rather unpleasant to think about having to pull them up out of the shower drain – and yet it’s a necessary measure that you need to take in order to keep everything functioning the way that it should.

When it comes to doing this, the easiest way is to pull up the filter and simply stick your finger down there pulling up as much as you can, but this is a big no-no for some people, in which case you can use a plunger to do the hard work and then just scoop up whatever comes out. That’s the hardest bit done. Then just make an effort to wipe down surfaces to remove any strands of hair that have fallen out.

Oh, and stick to brushing your locks outside so you have less to clean up.

 

Now you have some ideas, get into the routine of doing these things on a regular basis, some more than others depending on what they are. The more you do, the less you will find yourself doing in the long run.

 

 

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