How often should you clean the bathroom: freshness and shine will amaze you

Alina MilsentLife
Some things should be washed in the bathroom every day

Irregular bathroom cleaning can cause mold, mildew, and various types of fungus. Excessive humidity settles on walls and surfaces, and some things, such as a rug or towels, become real breeding grounds for bacteria.

Of course, you shouldn't rub the tile joints and clean the drain every day either. OBOZREVATEL figured out how often you should clean the bathroom and what you should do every day.

What to wash every day

You can significantly reduce the risk of mold and pathogenic bacteria by washing the bathtub, sink, and faucets every time you wash and shower. It doesn't take much time. Simply sponge down the faucet and shower, pull hair out of the drain, wipe splashes from the sink, and dust off the shelves and mirror.

Ideally, you should also dry or change towels every day.

Cleaning once a week

At least once a week, you should vacuum the rugs and mop the floor. You should also clean tiles, mirrors, glass, and shower heads on weekends. By the way, if you wipe them down every day, the amount of work on weekends will be significantly reduced.

What can be washed once a month

Clean the tile joints and service the washing machine at least once a month.

An unpleasant odor from the drum, mold under the rubber seals, and contamination of the powder compartment can lead to serious malfunctions in the washing machine.

It is recommended to clean the drain as soon as it becomes dirty, optimally monthly. You can also wash rugs and curtains.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told you how to properly wash a blanket in a machine so as not to spoil it.

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