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6. Toilet paper dispenser
A lot of bacteria stick to the toilet roll, as well as on the container and you need to limit them as much as possible.
When you press the flush button of the toilet, the microscopic water particles from the toilet bowl and the bacteria in it will disperse the hammer throughout the bathroom or toilet. So it sounds weird, but it’s best to cover the toilet every time you flush to limit the spread of bacteria.
Clean the toilet paper holder
In case you do not have that habit, periodically clean the toilet paper holder and other surrounding surfaces with a special disinfectant.
7. Electric switch
These pathogenic bacteria can live on the switch for a long time.
From an early age we are taught to wash our hands after using the toilet, and this is a basic rule that everyone should follow. However, even if you always wash your hands after using the toilet, this does not mean that all members of your family remember to do it.
In addition, when we come home from the street, we often have the habit of going straight to the bathroom to wash our hands – especially since the COVID-19 pandemic started raging.
Clean electrical panels and switches
So, try to recall, you touch the bathroom light switch with dirty hands before washing your hands, and after coming out of the bathroom, how many people remember to clean the switch? Thus, we have inadvertently allowed the bacteria to remain on the switch, so that they can then spread throughout the house. Therefore, we should clean the switches with a special cleaning chemical, for example alcohol 70 degrees.
8. The space behind the sink
Mold, mineral deposits and bacteria grow very well in the warm and humid space behind the sink
If your bathroom sink is not flush with the wall, the space behind it will likely become a forgotten spot during the cleaning process.
Sanitize the washbasin
The dust and water that gathers there turn this place into a kingdom of mold and bacteria. Therefore, remember to clean all the dirt on the back of the sink with a vinegar-soaked rag or toilet cleaner.
It is not pleasant to see your own reflection become blurred, blurred by drops of toothpaste foam or calcium deposits on the mirror surface.
Perhaps in the positions that are easily overlooked when cleaning the bathroom, the mirror is in the last position because we look at it almost every day. However, to clean the yellow stains caused by water splashes and fingerprints requires patience and time.
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If you use a toilet cleaner to clean the mirror quickly, it is likely that the silver coating on the back will be affected by chemicals. Instead, use a solution of white vinegar and hot water to clean the mirror, then rinse with hot water and let dry. In addition, you can buy specialized glass cleaning cloths to help prevent water stains.
10. Trash can
Many people have the habit of placing a trash can in the bathroom to store used toilet paper or throwing makeup waste in so they don’t have to take them out. However, if not emptied regularly and cleaned, then, oh well, it’s not surprising that a full trash can is the source of unpleasant odors in the bathroom.
Even if you have a plastic bag inside the trash can to facilitate emptying, we recommend that you periodically remove the trash can to clean it all up.
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