Hi, I'm Ann Myrick, and today we're going to clean a bathroom. What you want to do is get the supplies. You need the toilet brush, you need the different brushes to get around the door frame, around the corners of the ceiling, where the ceiling and the wall come together, you need cleaner for the toilet, you need a cleaner for the sinks, the floor, and the bathtub. I really like using as much of one product that I can, if I have a product that I can use most of it on, I like that better. So I'm going to use just kind of a normal product on many of these items. On my toilet, one of the things I like to do is, I like to spray the toilet, clean it, and then let it sit. It deodorizes the bathroom and disinfects the bathroom, and then just, it sits and gets all the grime and all the dirt, so I clean my toilet first and just let it sit, and then the bathtub and the shower, I will spray down, also let that sit for a while, go back and just sponge it off with a wet sponge. You want to be sure that you get the soap really off, so you want to rinse very well the sides of the bathtub and also the shower. In cleaning the glass to the shower, you want to use like a glass product, and put it on, use a paper towel, and then squeegee it off, or paper towel it off. Sinks, you want to use either a vinegar-base, or you could use any type of commercial product that is not real abrasive in cleaning your sinks, and also cleaning the chrome on your fixtures. Cleaning your bath mats, take your bath mats out, this is a good time to clean them in cold water, and a little bit of detergent, and then squirt a little bit of vinegar and water, or a little bit of your cleanser on your floors, and sponge mop your floors, and you have just finished cleaning your bathroom. This is Ann Myrick.