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15 Bathroom Cleaning Hacks That Are Borderline Genius

July 3rd, 2018

Our bathrooms can be a nasty place. It is often considered the dirtiest place in our home. But with a few tricks, you can make it one of the cleanest places in your home.

Here Are 15 Cleaning Hacks To Make Your Bathroom The Cleanest Room In The House:

1) Cover Hard Water Stains

If you let hard water build up around the handles of your faucet, it can be quite difficult to remove. To get rid of them, soak some paper towels in vinegar and cover your faucets and stains with the paper towel. Let the towel sit there for a while to soak in. Remove the paper towels and wipe away your stains.

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2) Vinegar In The Toilet Tank

The inside of your toilet tank can be pretty gnarly. Dump in 1 cup of vinegar into the tank and flush the toilet a few times. The stains will remove themselves from the tank.

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3) Streak-Free Mirror

Mix 1 cup of ammonia with 1 cup of water and 1 oz. of isopropyl alcohol and 2 to 3 drops of dish soap. Mix it up well and pour into a spray bottle. This solution will give you a streak-free shine.

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4) Toilet Fizz Bombs

Why scrub your toilet when you don’t have to? Make fizzy toilet bombs instead. Get the recipe in the video below.

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5) Bye-Bye Pee Smell

Sometimes boys miss the bowl. Squeeze some fresh lemon juice with baking soda and mix it to form a paste. Pour it on your pee stains and spray with vinegar. Let it sit, then wipe off.
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6) Easy Tub Cleaning

Mix 1 cup of vinegar and put in in the microwave for 1 minute. Pour in 1 cup of dish soap and mix together. Pour into a spray bottle and spray your bathtub. Scrub and rinse clean.
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7) Make Your Bleach White Again

Sprinkle baking soda on your grout and spray it with vinegar. Scrub your grout with a brush. Wipe clean.
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8) WD-40 Toilet Cleaner

Spray WD-40 on the inside of your toilet bowl. Scrub your bowl with a brush. Flush clean for a sparkling bowl.

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9) Clean Clogged Shower Head

Fill a sandwich bag with vinegar. Place it over your shower head and secure with a rubber band. Let it sit for a half hour before you remove and scrub clean.

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10) Citrus On Water Stains

Slice a citrus fruit and rub it all over your faucets where you have hard water stains. The citric acid will polish the steel. It will also smell really good.

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11) Remove Bleach Stains

Soak a paper towel with bleach. Place it over your stained marbled and leave it there overnight. Remove and rinse in the morning.

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12) Large Mop To Clean Bathroom Walls

Spray a large mop with some bleach or cleaner. Use it to mop the walls. This will prevent mold growth in your moist bathroom.

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13) Power Scrub Your Tub

If your bathtub has serious stains you may have to bring out the big guns. Use a drill with a brush attachment. This will remove all stains from the tub, even the tough ones.

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14) Computer Dust For Exhaust Fan

Your bathroom’s exhaust fan can easily get dusty and moldy. But it can be a pain to clean. Use a computer duster to get it clean.

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15) Shine Chrome Fixtures

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If your chrome is looking a little dull, you should shine it up so it doesn’t permanently stay dull looking. Use baby oil to shine it up. Baby oil is a lot cheaper than chrome cleaner.

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