Make sure product you use is not too abrasive, don’t want damage the surface. Spray or sprinkle your household cleaner of choice, then wipe each and every inch of the bath. Rinse well afterwards if bathing.
Bicarb is highly effective cleaning product. Mix this with a gentle shampoo or detergent if the chemical mix is too much.
Hand basin & Vanity!
A mild cleaner and soft cloth works the best for cleaning the basin and vanity. Bicarb and vinegar can also be used. You can use an old toothbrush and the same cleaning product to remove scum and mould around the tap.
Shower screens can get grubby , so give it a clean at least once a week to avoid build up of dirt. Clean the glass with a good shower spray which you can find in supermarket. Use a soft cloth in to wipe the glass by section.
When cleaning taps is an old pair of stockings are very useful. Clean taps with mild cleanser, then polish using the stocking pulled taut.
People like to keep their toilet clean and germ free! Get a good toilet brush. Rinse it under the flushing water with a splash of bleach to clean it. A curved neck toilet cleaner is handy to fire squirt under the rim of the bowl. Scrub with toilet brush. You can use bicarb and hot water to clean the cistern as well. Sprinkle with bicarb and wipe with a sponge (only use sponge for this purpose), rinse and wipe again.
Walls & Tiles!
Bathrooms always get a bit steamy, this causes damp and mould on walls and tiled surfaces. This can be removed using a mould cleaner or bleach. These products are very strong strong,test a small area first and make sure you wear gloves and a mask.
Use a glass cleaning spray with a microfibre cloth so you don’t leave lint behind.