Here are nine things to do every day to stop bacteria, mold, and mildew.
• Use daily shower cleaner to prevent soap scum buildup. Squeegee doors and walls after each shower to discourage mold. Use an exhaust fan or open a window while showering to vent the moist air.
• Keep sanitizing wipes on hand for cleaning on the fly.
• Hand towels so they will dry as quickly as possible.
• Wipe the sink, faucets, and countertop after the final use every morning.
• Use a flues release cleaning product in the toilet bowl or brush a bowl daily to keep it clean.
• Pour all purpose cleaner in the toilet brush holder to keep it fresh and ready to use.
• Once a week, give your bathroom a more thorough top to bottom cleaning, use a diluted solution of all purpose cleaner or a commercial bathroom cleaner to clean sinks, counters, and shower stalls.
• Use separate sponges or cleaning cloths for cleaning the toilet area, which is likely to have the highest concentration of germs.
• Avoid storing toothbrushes near the toilet. With every flush, particles of water cans spray and land up to 20 feet way. Always close the toilet lid before flushing.

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• Erase stains in the toilet or on any porcelain surface with a pumice stick.
• Scrub mold and mildew with a few drops of dishwashing liquid in warm water. Then scrub with 1 ¼ cups of liquid chlorine bleach in 1 quart of water, wait 20 minutes and repeat.
• Spray distilled white vinegar onto mold, let vinegar sit without rinsing.
• Periodically wash plastic shower liners in the washing machine with hot water and detergent in the regular cycle. Throwing in a bath towels helps scrub mildew and soap scum off the liner.


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