Here's a way to keep your bathroom(s) clean. Put a bathroom cleaning kit in the corner of each bathroom. Start with a small bucket or a cut-off plastic jug (laundry detergent jugs are excellent for this). Add: 5 rags, an old toothbrush, toilet cleaning brush, small plastic squirt bottles of each watered down dish liquid and watered down bleach, and a scrubbie sponge. This kit takes care of most all bathroom cleanup jobs and it's always there where you need it.
August 17, 2004
I use cheap, store brand baby wipes to clean the bathroom sink in between cleaning days instead of the more expensive bathroom wipes. I figure if it's good enough to clean the poo from a baby's bottom, it's good enough to clean dried toothpaste and germs from the sink and faucet. I usually tear the sheet in half and only have to purchase a new package every six months or so. The only trick is to keep them from drying out; however, if they do, just add water to each wipe as you use it and you're all set.