Your bathroom sees a lot of use so it's bound to get dirty pretty quickly. With a bit of regular elbow grease, it's pretty easy to keep your bathroom looking good and operating as it should.
Nobody likes cleaning the toilet. It's one of those jobs that you just want to get out of the way as quickly as possible. The first thing to do is to get a bit bleach around the bowl and leave it there for about 10 minutes. When using chemicals such as bleach, it is essential that you always read the instructions on the bottle carefully and take all necessary precautions where advised. This will disinfect your toilet. After you've flushed that away, use steel wool or sandpaper to tackle stubborn stains. If you can see any rust, you might want to try some laundry bleach to get rid of it – again, always be sure to read the instructions on the bottle before using chemicals in the home. Try to do this thorough toilet clean at least once a week to keep your system sparkling
If you run into a blockage you can try fixing your blocked toilet using the plunger method. If that still doesn't help, the blockage may be a lot further down the pipe or even in the drain. Don't waste time trying to unblock the drain yourself. Companies such as Dyno-Rod are blocked drain specialists who will have the right tools for the job. They will also be able to give you guidance to make sure that you avoid further blockages in the future.
The most important thing about cleaning a bath and shower is getting rid of all the limescale. Limescale looks nasty and it can also reduce the flow of your shower. Use a dedicated limescale cleaner – you’ll find a good one in your local supermarket. If your bath/sink hasn't been cleaned properly in a while, try leaving it full of warm water and laundry detergent overnight before you clean it. Avoid using abrasive cleaners as they can damage and burn skin. Residue left from these cleaning products can also cause burns to skin long after you have finished cleaning.
You may not know it, but you probably have the perfect glass/mirror cleaning weapon in your kitchen cupboard. Although it goes very well on the chips, vinegar also gets rid of those horrible dried smears you get on glass and mirrors. Just mix a little bit with warm water and see how easily the marks come away.