Cleaning your bathroom in Orange NSW and Bathurst NSW can be a daunting task, but with these tips and tricks, you can keep it clean and fresh:

Rinse and dry your bath after each use to prevent limescale buildup. Clean it regularly with an all-purpose bathroom cleaner. For enamel-coated cast iron or steel baths, use recommended products and treat limescale with white vinegar and water or bicarbonate of soda.

Sweep and mop the floor with soapy water mixed with bleach. Pay extra attention to the areas around the bottom of the toilet. Use a wet paper towel to collect dust and hairs from corners.

Use a fungicidal bathroom spray regularly to prevent mould growth. You can also create a paste with bicarbonate of soda and water to tackle mould naturally.

Move soap dishes, toothbrush holders, and other items to clean the surfaces thoroughly and prevent dirt, grime, and mould.

Keep the door, window, or curtain open after showering to reduce humidity. Clean nylon shower curtains in the washing machine monthly. Hand wash curtains made of other materials. Descale the showerhead with a toothbrush and descaler once a month.

Wipe and buff taps after each use and clean regularly with washing-up liquid.

Use a toilet brush and cleaner with disinfectant, paying attention to the rim. Wipe the outside of the bowl and cistern with an all-purpose bathroom cleaner. Coat the inside of the bowl with an acidic cleaner and scrub with a toilet brush. For limescale, use washing soda or a mixture of baking powder, white vinegar, and water. Clean the toilet brush weekly with hot soapy water and bleach.

If you find mould, spray with a disinfectant and scrub. Keep windows open and use fans for ventilation.

Remember to avoid cross-contamination between the bathroom and kitchen by using separate cleaning equipment.

By following these tips, you can maintain a clean and hygienic bathroom in your home in Orange NSW and Bathurst NSW.

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