How to Clean Bathrooms: Picking Up Toys

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Removing toys after a bath helps to prevent mechanisms inside the toy from rusting. Clear a bathtub of toys with tips from a housekeeper in this free video on cleaning bathrooms. View Video Transcript

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Lucy Doezie

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O.k, now have you ever found after a while those little spots of rust in your tub? Well, the reason is most likely, those of us with little children, because we're leaving toys in the tub, that is an absolute no-no, don't leave toys in the tub, because sometimes we think there's nothing on those toys that could rust, but we don't know that something inside the toy may be, so it's always a good idea once the children have had their bath, you know, they put their toys into a little plastic box that goes back under here, you know, into the cupboard, something that will fit cause you don't want to have a box sitting out full of toys in your bathroom. Or, you can have the little nets that you can hang up that stick to the wall that your kids can do that themselves, it's always good to have them clean up after themselves. But, that's one big thing that is a pet peeve of mine is seeing rusty spots in a bathtub, and usually it's because of your children's toys, and you may not know that, so just keep an eye out for toys coming out of the tub as soon as the children get out. Don't leave it in there for even twenty minutes, o.k.