DIY Bathroom Hygiene
We all know how important it is to wash our hands when we get home from play/work, or how important it is to wash before a meal and to bathe every day. But, what many of us fail to do is to maintain a healthy bathroom hygiene routine. This could be because of how expensive bathroom cleaning products can get at times. This is why we’ve put together a list of the perfect DIY Bathroom Hygiene products to help you get through the day!
DIY Bathroom Hygiene tips to a Spick and Span Bathroom:
1. Microfiber Cloth
This little piece of cloth is practically a little miracle sent from heaven! Wet basin? Wipe it up! Don’t want your taps to get water stained? Wipe it up! Mirror getting dirty? Wipe it up!
This cloth is perfect for your bathroom for three reasons:
- Firstly, it’s soft and so it won’t scratch up any of your bathroom fittings or tiles.
- Secondly, it will soak up any excess water lying around, leaving you with zero stains.
- Third, you can throw it in the machine to be washed.
This is a MUST HAVE DIY Bathroom Hygiene product!
2. Wash Basin and Tub Cleanser
Wash basins and tubs can get extremely dirty, especially when you take a look under your basin! Here is what you need to remove all that dirt and germs:
- Take some baking soda and mix it with warm water.
- Spray it over your basin and tub and let it soak for some time.
- Use a microfiber cloth to wipe it down.
3. Gloss and Shine
Do you remember how your bathroom first looked when you moved into your house? Or have you ever looked into the window of a bathroom fittings shop? I’m sure that the first thing you noticed was its gloss and shine.
Get this perfect gloss and shine at home with this DIY Bathroom Hygiene Gloss and Shine Mix:
- Take a lemon and cut it in half or cut it into slices.
- Rub the lemon on your bathroom fixtures until you see the water spots disappear.
- Wash the fixture with water and wipe it dry with a microfiber cloth.
Keep in mind that this DIY Bathroom Hygiene Glass and Shine mix is not only cheap but, is also anti-bacterial and anti-fungal!
4. Mirror Cleaner
Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who is the fairest of them all? Wait, can’t see who that is because your mirror is too dirty?
Here’s what you need:
- Take 2 cups of water and 1/3 cup of vinegar and mix it together.
- Spray it on the mirror and wipe it clean with a microfiber cloth!
5. Clean Bad Stains
Although this is not a daily-use DIY Bathroom Hygiene project, it is quite handy when you have a stained basin, WC or tub that just refuses to clean.
Here’s what you need:
- Mix 1 cup Baking Soda with ½ cup of salt and washing soda, each.
- Lightly wet the affected area with white vinegar and then sprinkle the powdered mixture on it.
- Let it sit for approximately five minutes before you scrub it.
- Wash it off with water when you are done.
- Wipe down with a microfiber cloth to avoid water stains.
6. Toilet Cleaner
Remove any foul smell and stains inside your washing closet with the help of this DIY Bathroom Hygiene Toilet Cleaner:
- Sprinkle baking soda in the WC and pour white vinegar into it.
- Let it sit for a little bit and then scrub with a toilet brush.
- Simply flush your toilet to dispose of the mixture.
7. All Purpose Cleaner
Clean your tiles, bathroom floor, walls and doors using this one magical DIY All Purpose Cleaner!
Here’s what to do:
- Mix 2 tsps borax with 1 tsp of washing soda and 2 tsp of liquid soap.
- Mix with warm water and it’s ready to use!
Bathroom Hygiene is very important because, this is the one place that we clean ourselves. How can we stay clean if our bathrooms are not? Also keep in mind that our bathrooms harbor the most germs when compared to the rest of our house! So stay clean and hygiene with these DIY bathroom hygiene tips!