Here’s how to deep clean your bathroom with the help of Instant Erase eraser sponges!
Fully Cleaning the Bathroom Shower
Take the shower head off the wall and place in a bag with white vinegar. Let that sit overnight, so that it soaks. Soaking it in vinegar will help to dissolve any mineral build-up and help unclog the shower head’s holes. Take down your shower curtains and wash them in your washer with a few towels. The towels will provide extra scrubbing power for the shower liner.
Finally, using an Instant Erase eraser sponge, clean all the areas of your shower including the corners and edges of the shower, the shower door and tiles. The melamine eraser sponge works great to clean tile grout. Since the sponges only use water and gentle scrubbing to clean, leave a sponge in the shower at all times for quick cleans in-between showers.
Use an Eraser Sponge on Bathroom Walls
Use the Eraser Sponge to remove all mildew spots from tiles and grout. If you come across very stubborn spots use a tooth brush with bleach to get it clean. The eraser sponge is a great product to use when you’re looking to get a spotless shower and bathroom.
Scrub the Toilet
Put a cup of baking soda into the toilet bowl and let it sit for a few minutes then scrub with a toilet brush. If there are any spots on the rim or edge, use a piece of an eraser sponge to remove them. Use the eraser sponge to scrub the toilet seat and the outside of the toilet. Dispose of the sponge when finished.
Now, you need to clean the toilet brush. Using the toilet seat to hold the brush between the bowl and the seat, pour a mixture of bleach and water over it. Let it air dry. Then, clean out the brush holder by letting it soak in soapy water.
Clean spots and grime on the sink
Use white vinegar to pour down the drain and flush with hot water. Flushing the drain with vinegar and water will help remove any clogs or buildup in your drain plus it will destroy smells. Use a new eraser sponge to clean the faucet and vanity top.
Here’s a hack from ApartmentTherapy.com, use a chop stick to get underneath faucets, around handles and into corners, in order to remove dirt and grime from hard-to-reach areas of your bathroom. Alternately, you can also use dental floss to pull out all of the grime from tiny cracks under the faucet handles. If you need more scrubbing power, try using a thin and flexible melamine eraser sheet.
With the use of the right products, your bathroom will be sparkling clean in no time. Sponge Outlet sells top cleaning brands for less, helping you get the job done at a fraction of the cost.