Cleaning Your Bathroom For Christmas

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Cleaning Your Bathroom For Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner, you may be planning a big family get-together so here are our top tips for getting your bathroom ready in time for Christmas.  Nothing can transform a bathroom like a good clean. Taking a closer look at your bathroom might reveal some common areas of neglect. Over time your tiles might become grimy and your grout grubby. Hidden areas like behind vanity units and toilets may go unnoticed. We also suggest working top to bottom so you don’t clean the floor and then knock the dirt from the top onto it. After all, what’s better than getting home from a busy day of Christmas shopping to a shiny clean bathroom where you can relax and refresh? 

Toilet Seat

There’s nothing worse than using a dirty or broken toilet. Ensure your toilet and toilet seat are properly and sparkly clean and ready for your guests throughout the Christmas period. If you need a brand-new toilet order yours today on our website so it arrives before Christmas.

Taps

Your bathroom taps are one of the most important and used features of your bathroom. As they are used so much they often end up dirty but with a little cleaning you can have them looking their best. When cleaning your taps don’t use an abrasive cleaner or a wire scourer as it could leave a mark or scratch. Using soapy water and a soft cloth or sponge simply rinse and wipe dry. To get them extra shiny try buffing them with a microfibre cloth.

Vanity Unit

When it comes to your vanity unit we clean the outside and not the inside hoping that no one is going to see the inside. The inside of your bathroom vanity unit can collect dust and dirt and you don’t want a guest seeing that if they go searching for an extra roll of toilet paper. Check out our blog on Decluttering Your Bathroom Vanity Unit to help you declutter and organise your vanity unit. 

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