Take Cleaning Your Bathroom Seriously
Cleaning your bathroom is one of the most important chores you can do around the house. We know how the thought of cleaning the bathroom can come with visions of dirt and grime, but it’s important for your health to keep that room in your house clean.
Cleanliness is vital to your health and can help you avoid sickness and disease. We have a few helpful tips on how to clean your bathroom and reasons you may want to take cleaning your bathroom seriously and keep your family healthy.
Why You Should Clean Your Bathroom
We know it can feel like your bathroom just never stays clean, no matter how many times you clean it. But, maintaining good hygiene by keeping your bathroom tidy can make a huge difference in your overall health.
Giving your bathroom a nice deep clean can reduce the number of bacteria and viruses that may be lingering in neglected areas. Germs like and bacterias like E. coli and Streptococcus can cause respiratory and skin illnesses.
Wipe down your bathroom daily by cleaning the shower, bathtub, sink, and toilet to reduce the number of bacteria on surfaces.
Remove Mold and Mildew
Bathrooms carry a ton of dampness from showers and steamy baths. This makes your bathroom a breeding ground for mold and mildew to grow and appear on walls and ceilings, especially if there’s no ventilation.
Mildew and mold can cause respiratory problems and in some cases can be detrimental to your health, but our team sanitizers and deep cleans homes with health hazards regularly.
Use a quarter of a tablespoon of baking soda, add it to a spray bottle filled with water and shake the bottle until the mixture dissolves. Spray the moldy area with the solution and scrub it until the mold is completely removed from the area. Rinse with water and you’re done!
Let Us Deep Clean and Sanitize Your Bathroom
Our professional cleaners at Cut N Dry Restoration are available 24/7 to handle your cleaning needs! We can provide services that range from simple bathroom and carpet cleaning, to biohazard cleaning and antimicrobial treatment.
Give us a call today at (909) 829-5002 to schedule your appointment!