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I am the only female in my house. Including the pets. That translates to never being able to count on having a clean, respectable bathroom when friends drop by unannounced. And worse than it looking dirty, it smells like the porta potty at a construction site.

I know I should stay on top of everyone and make them do their share, but honestly, even I have been a little slack in my household chores. With spring quickly approaching, I did some research and have found 17 bathroom cleaning tips and hacks that will help you to super clean your bathroom from floor to ceiling! And the added bonus is that all the cleaning products you need to start cleaning right this minute, you probably already have on hand. For full ingredient lists and tutorials, please click on the corresponding images.

So let’s get started.


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The grungy faucet


The soap, dirt and moisture collects around your faucet and breeds. It turns into some gooey black tar and if it dries, you almost need a chisel to get it off right? Wrong!

Check out this simple and easy trick using Cleaning Vinegar and Paper Towels.

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The splattered mirror


Let’s be honest. The first time I watched TBBT and seen Sheldon’s line on the bathroom floor for the appropriate distance for flossing, I laughed. Now, not so much.

My mirror always has splatters and splashes all over it and they are nearly impossible to get off with traditional store bought products. Believe it or not, a natural solution you can make yourself, works like a dream.

Mix up the following ingredients in a Spray Bottle and be sure to use a Plastic Funnel so you do not waste any product. All you need is Ammonia,Rubbing Alcohol and Dawn Dishwashing Liquid.

Source: One Good Thing By Jillee


Need help with hard water stains on your mirror, windows or shower doors? Check out this article by Tips Bulletin, How To Clean Windows.


The toilet bowl build-up


Get rid of the stains and the hard water build-up once and for all using BoraxBaking Soda and Cleaning Vinegar. For stubborn stains use a Scrub Brush and/or Sand Paper to get your throne super shiny!

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The bad aim


Men. Your aim is not as great as you think it is.

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

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The slow moving drain


Because I am deathly afraid of a plumber’s bill, I keep on top of my drains and make sure they are flowing properly. Give your drain a clean-up using SaltBaking Soda and Cleaning Vinegar. This method also works great if you do have a serious clog.

Source: N Cleaning Tips



The hard water build up on a shower faucet


Don’t go running out to buy a new shower head because some of the holes are clogged. Just add Cleaning Vinegar and some Young Living Lemon Vitality Essential Oil to a Ziploc Sandwich Bags, and secure with a Hair Elastic. Wait half hour and remove. Wipe down with a Norwex Enviro Cloth to make your shower head look brand new.

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The breeding ground of mold & mildew


Mold and mildew can take over quickly in a bathroom and is extremely unhealthy, especially for the young, elderly or those with weakened immune systems. And cleaning the infected areas with a strong, industrial cleaner is out of the question for those too.

Use this simple, environmental mix of Cleaning Vinegar and Baking Soda in a Spray Bottle. Be sure to use a Face Mask and Latex Gloves when dealing with areas containing mold.

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No one likes track lines


One of the most difficult areas to clean properly in your bathroom are the window tracks and shower door tracks. Dirt and hard water build-up gets caked in and it is difficult to get in there and clean it all out properly.

All you really need is an old ToothbrushCleaning Vinegar and Baking Soda to get the job done quickly and easily. Use Paper Towels or Cleaning Cloths with a Butter Knife to get right into all the corners for a thorough job.

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The dingy bathtub


Grab your Cleaning Vinegar and Dawn Dishwashing Liquid, pour it into a Spray Bottle and get to work. You will be shocked at how well this works.

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The dirty grout


I was actually going to have my grout re-done in my kitchen before I found this super trick! Works on any tile you have in your house. Floor, backsplash, shower.

First lay down some Baking Soda, then mist using a Spray Bottle filled with Cleaning Vinegar. Let sit then work out the dirt and grime using a Toothbrush or Scrub Brush. Wipe down with Paper Towels or a Microfiber Cleaning Cloth to reveal brand new looking grout. I am telling you. This hack is amazing!

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The once upon a time, see through shower doors


Get rid of the build-up and let the sun shine in! A mix of Dawn Dishwashing Liquid and Cleaning Vinegar in Spray Bottle is all you need. Grab your Scrub Brush and add some Lemon Essential Oil for a clean, fresh scent.

Source: Wait Till Your Father Gets Home


Need help with hard water stains on your mirror, windows or shower doors? Check out this article by Tips Bulletin, How To Clean Windows.


The gross shower curtain


Good shower curtains are not cheap. And it always takes me so long to choose a pattern I like that I can live with for awhile. That is why I love this tip about how to clean your shower curtains. Using Cleaning Vinegar and Liquid Laundry Detergent and grabbing your dirty towels that need a wash, you get to scratch 2 chores off your list at once.

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The disgusting vent above you


Look up. Way up. EWWWW! When is the last time I cleaned that vent?!

Improve your air quality and get it clean in a maximum of ten minutes. Here is what you will need for this task.

Source: Practically Functional


The lost art of cleaning walls


Looking back, I remember that this was part of my mother’s spring cleaning routine. Look around at your walls. I bet they could use a cleaning.

Here are the tools your need to do the job right:

Source: A Mother’s Shadow


The smelly towels


Have you ever gotten out of the shower, grabbed a clean towel, put it up to your face and were surprised by the nasty smell you just inhaled. Towels can get smelly. Especially is they are not completely dry when you fold them and put them in your linen closet.

Use Cleaning Vinegar and Baking Soda with a touch of Lemon Juice in your wash cycle to get rid of the bad smells in your towels.

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The boys’ bathroom


This is gonna be gross. You are going to have to get down on your knees and find the source of the smell. Usually it is right where the toilet meets the floor but can be anywhere that aim was not accurate.

Make a natural paste:

  1. Put 1/2 cup baking soda in a small bowl.
  2. Sprinkle water on the baking soda while mixing well. You want the consistency of a thick toothpaste. If you have added too much water, add more baking soda.
  3. Add a few drops of lemon juice. Again, if your paste is too runny, add more baking soda.

Spread your paste all around the base of the toilet. Spray the paste lightly with undiluted cleaning vinegar. Your paste should start to foam and bubble. Let it sit for 5 minutes. Use a clean cloth to remove the paste.


The cleaning chart


This is absolutely genius. And it doesn’t have to be just for tweens. This simple chart can keep anyone on top of cleaning their bathroom so that you don’t have to go through all the steps above all at once.

Purchase a Picture Frame With Glass and some Dry Erase Markers and create you own to do list. Be sure to keep Baby Wipes handy to clean off your list weekly.

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I hope I have inspired you to get a jump on your spring cleaning and get your bathrooms guest ready. When you are done, reward yourself with a nice, long bubble bath in your fresh, clean bathroom.


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