Place an opened box of bicarbonate of soda behind the toilet to absorb nasty odors.
Save old toothbrushes for cleaning grout.
To organize clutter in the bathroom, purchase an attractive storage container with a handle on top. Place all of your accessories such as hair spray and lotion, in the container and place under the sink. Take the container out when you are ready to use it and then put it back under the sink when you are finished with it.
Unblock a sink by putting a handful of bicarbonate of soda down the drain followed by a cup of vinegar, wait a few hours then pour in a kettle full of boiling water.
If your shower doors are looking a bit dull, use a fabric softener sheet to get them gleaming again. The sheets contain ingredients that soften up water deposit build ups allowing you to wipe them off easily. Wipe down your shower doors a good wipe down with a few sheets and it will leave them looking terrific (and smelling lovely).
Freshen sinks by popping two fizzy indigestion tablets and 250ml
of vinegar down the plug hole. After a shower, quickly give the doors and tiles a quick rinse off. This will help prevent the build-up of soap scum.
To keep shower tiles cleaner for longer wax them with car polish after giving them a good clean. This will help stop the grime from sticking to them.
Shine up your bathroom taps with a dab of white toothpaste. Rub with a cloth and then rinse off.
Use flat cola to clean your toilet. Yes, really. Pour a can of flat cola into the toilet pan and leave for half an hour. When you then flush the lime-scale will have dissolved and your toilet will come up lovely and shiny.
When cleaning, little and often is so much less stressful than having to spend a whole day at the weekend going through the house. Clean the bathroom after your shower in the morning. A quick spray around with some cleaner whilst everything is coated in hot steam helps the cleaning and it only takes a few minutes. The bathroom is then always bright and shiny and clean.
For a clean, fresh smell in your bathroom, place a dryer/fabric softener sheet in your bathroom’s bin.