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The bathroom is probably the most contaminated area in your home since there are many different bacteria. But, don’t worry there is a very easy way to fix this problem. We will help you clean up the nastiest items in your bathroom and make them spotless using clever tricks and tips.

Clean The Bathroom items Effortlessly Using These Clever Tips

  1. Toothbrush

Even if you regularly change your toothbrush (for two to three months) and you watch where you put it. If the toothbrush hasn’t a protection cap and it’s close to the toilet bowl, the fecal bacteria will reach it. The toothbrush can never be clean enough even when the cap is on because it is an item that is always wet. To make sure it’s clean, wash it well after each use. You should dip in a glass of vinegar every couple of days and leave for half an hour.

  1. Loofah

Yes, your loofah does require maintenance as well. To clean your loofah you should occasionally soak it in a mixture consisting of half boiling water and half white vinegar. Leave overnight and in the morning rinse it with water and let it dry.

  1. Razor

You did not expect this, but your razors are one of the dirtiest things in your bathroom. The wet razor blade easily becomes rusty razor blade. It is full of hair, dead skin cells and bacteria of various origins that can cause skin infections, skin irritation, and ingrown hairs. Therefore, before using your razor wipe the blades with rubbing alcohol. After each use, wipe your razor with a dry towel and place it in the cabinet where it will be protected from moisture and bacteria.

  1. Toilet brush

After it completes its work, you should clean the toilet brush. This job is necessary even though everyone avoids it because it’s disgusting.  But now there’s a solution for that – just put the brush on the edge of the bowl, and then put the cover on top of the toilet bowl. Now that it is fastened well, spray it with medical alcohol and allow it to dry for 15 minutes. Next, rinse it with hot water. That’s easy, right?

For more info on the cleaning processes watch the video down below:

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