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Deep Clean Your Bathroom in 30 Minutes

30 minute bathroom deep clean

If you only have to clean a few rooms in your house, you should prioritise your bathrooms. Your bathrooms are where you sanitise yourself and where you do all your dirty business, which is why you should make sure that it is clean.

Aside from the regular small cleaning that you do here in there, you should also make sure that you occasionally do a deep clean of your bathroom even though it can be intimidating.

To help you accomplish your task, here is a step-by-step that will help you clean your bathroom in 30 minutes or less.

1. Gather all your cleaning supplies

First things first, you need to make sure that you have all of your cleaning supplies in one place.

Instead of having to go back and forth between rooms just so you can find a sponge or cloth or anything, you should get all of your cleaning supplies first. Thus, at Cleaning Exec Home Cleaning Services NYC, we advise that you place all of them in a basket of sorts so that you keep things organised.

If you want to be able to finish deep cleaning your bathroom fast, then the prep time is an integral part of it.

2. Start with the tub and shower

The first place we should start when cleaning your bathroom is your bathtub and your shower. Since these are the parts of your bathroom that we used to clean your body, then you should make sure that these are clean themselves.

Make sure that you have your gloves with you before you start using any cleaning solutions in the bathroom. Once you have them on, you can begin to spray the solution all over the bathtub and the showerhead and then start scrubbing away.

3. Clear off the surfaces

Before you start wiping the surfaces of your vanity and all that, make sure that you clear off any products or items on your surface or sink first. That way, these items won't stand in your way and end up falling all over the bathroom floor as you start to clean.

Use this as an opportunity to throw away any empty containers or useless and old products that you might have been too lazy to throw away before.

4. Scrub your sinks

Once you finish wiping and cleaning the surface time to scrub your sink or sinks thoroughly.

You should start by clearing away the drainage pipe of your sink, perhaps by pouring vinegar and hot water to help clear it out. Baking soda is also a great alternative to vinegar.

Once done, you can then start tackling the entire sink. Don't forget to clean out the underside of the sink as well as the pipe, the faucet, and everything else.

5. Replace towels

Once everything is cleaned out, it's time to replace all of the towels that you have in your bathroom. Ideally, you should be replacing your towels every 2 to 3 days. That way, you won't end up spreading your dirt back to your body again.

This includes the towels you use to wipe your hands with, as well as your body towels.

6. Clean the dreaded toilet

If it's your first time, you might think that cleaning out your toilet can be difficult. After all, it isn't something that a lot of people are looking forward to cleaning. However, it is a necessity.

All you need to do is put some toilet cleaner around the rim of the toilet and then let it sit there for a couple of hours. After a while, you can then come back and scrub the inside of the toilet. While you're waiting for the toilet cleaner to do its thing, then you can scrub the exterior of the toilet.

Protip: Put some toilet cleaner at the rim of the bowl before you start cleaning the bathroom. And then scrub it last once you're done with the rest.

7. Do the final touch

Before you finally leave the bathroom, do a quick scan and wipe your mirrors, refill the toilet paper, wipe the surfaces, and so on.

You can also begin putting back the items in your bathroom. Don't forget to bring back your bathroom trash bin as well.


Deep cleaning your bathroom doesn't have to a dreaded activity.

The reason why it might be a dreaded activity is that you don't have a plan in place. This can make it intimidating and tiring to think about. Thus, the step-by-step plan listed above will help you be able to be clean your bathroom without spending too much time over it.

The great thing about deep cleaning is that you don't have to do it all the time or even weekly. If you do it properly, then you can get by without deep cleaning your bathroom for a long while.

On that note, follow our steps above and you should be good to go for a couple of weeks or so.

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