Bathroom Cleaning Tips

There is no shortage hard-to-clean spaces in a bathroom. Sink fixtures, toilets with all their complex shapes, shower stalls, bathtubs,wall tiles, and floors all contain spaces that trap dirt and are difficult to clean with just a sponge or cloth. Hand washing, bathing, showering and other activities in the bathroom create a source of sticky dirt. Soap scum and mineral deposits formed as water evaporates add to the problem. Let’s face it, the bathroom is probably the room that people in the house hate cleaning the most.

Bathroom faucet and Scrigit

A Scrigit Scraper cleaned this bathroom sink.

A Scrigit Scraper makes the job easier because it helps clean the dirt that accumulates around the base of bathroom faucets and the curves, corners and edges of sinks and bathroom counter tops. The non-scratch Scrigit Scraper will quickly and safely remove accumulations of dirt and soap scum without damaging the various surfaces. Use bathroom spray cleaner as necessary to help soften the dirt. The spray cleaner along with a blue sponge with a non-scratch scrubber back helps get the flat surfaces clean. Dry the surfaces to a shine with a clean terry cloth towel or microfiber cloth.

Around the base of the toilet, use a Scrigit Scraper to clean around the edges between the toilet and the floor and around the caps that cover the bolts holding down the toilet. These are definitely areas where you don’t want to use your fingernails. In the shower and around the bathtub, use a Scrigit Scraper to clean around edges and around the faucets. The scraper will help with soap accumulation on grout, but you should also have a narrow grout brush to scrub the grout clean. If you have aluminum shower door tracks on your bathtub or shower stall, the top flat-edge of a Scrigit Scraper is the best way to clean the dirt out of these narrow and hard-to-clean tracks.

The photo shown here was submitted by a happy Scrigit user. There was also a “before” picture that I am not posting that showed a dirty buildup around the base of the faucet and along the raised arching edge behind it. Please send me your photos of how you use Scrigit Scrapers to clean your bathroom and other parts of your house.

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