June 13, 2012
Clean your Bathrooms in 15 Minutes (or Less)
Today I’m over at Life…Your Way with my method for cleaning all my bathrooms in 15 minutes. (Yes, it can be done, and yes it’s really cleaning them!) You can go here to see for yourself.
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Do you use water when you wipe everything down or do you just wipe the cleaner off with a dry cloth?
Clean Mama Says
I use microfiber cloths and I find that they tend to work the best when they are a tiny bit damp. So I wet them the teeniest bit, wring it out and then wipe up the cleaner.
When you say “wash” your floor, are you really referring to pouring water on the floor and have a good scrub?
Most of the house I ever stayed, including the current one, do not have a drainage hole for the water to drain out…unless yours is special…if not I always wonder how you wash your floor.
Clean Mama Says
I wash my floors with a Rubbermaid Reveal Spray mop(microbfiber pad with a squirter on it) and/or a steam mop. No buckets here 🙂
I love my Rubbermaid Reveal mop! I use vinegar/water and plan to add a touch of essential lemon oil today. I’ve been doing the bathroom by hand with a rag and squirt bottle because of the small spaces. Happy mopping! 😛
I usually clean one bathroom at a time, but I also start with the mirror and end with the toilet, though doing them all at the same time may be quicker.
For the mirrors I prefer using scrunched up newspaper, as with the windows =)