How often do you clean your bathroom? ( Don't Lie)
Honestly, how often do you clean the soap scum, scrub the toilet, wipe the faucet, mop the floor?
Twice a week. I usually wipe down the sink every day, though. I keep inexpensive, natural products that I like on hand, so it makes it quick!
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I am an obsessive cleaner and with three boys in the house I have to clean my bathroom just about daily. For some reason they just cannot hit the inside of the toliet or atleast even remember to lift the seat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We have six people in our home and there is only one very large bathroom. It's strange. We clean every single day. If we didn't we'd have the same old black mold problem we used to. A lot of water runs through that bathroom! http://manhattanmoldremoval.com
I usually clean once a month or sometimes 2 months once. So long that the toilet is not dirty, I tend to leave it alone
I clean my bathrooms at least time per week. Twice if I am going to have company. I wipe down the counters and seat of the toilet daily.
Well, housekeeping now is becoming a basic and daily job. It is a good habit to clean the house, the toilet, the bathroom as schedule. Every day or every week, every month, all are ok and depend on your own needs.
What kind of cleaning janitorial and tools you will use to clean the house? brushes? mops? brooms? And where do you buy them?
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