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.
It would be interesting to hear how other readers find ways to make cleanup quick and easy.
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By Sonya Yoder 11/24/2004
i use paper towels and alkahol. i put the paper towels in an old baby wipe container and pour the alkahol on top. Nt only does it clean but it also disinfects which is so important duting flu season
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.
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