How to Clean Bathrooms: Wet Products

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When cleaning a bathroom, wet products like disinfectant are needed. Discover what wet products should be used for bathroom cleaning 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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Okay so let's talk about the products that we need to clean. Let's go through the wet products first. You want to make sure that you have something to clean the glass with in your shower, something that is streak free and gives you good shine. We want to have some kind of disinfectant, we're going to pretty much cover every area with disinfectant. But make sure not all cleaners have a disinfectant in them. So make sure it says disinfectant on it. Some of them hilariously just smell nice, or you know help clean off areas. But it doesn't disinfect. In a bathroom you have to have disinfectant, else it's really little point in cleaning because that's what you're trying to clean, the germs and the bacteria. Also we're going to be using some kind of material that will not scratch your surfaces. Like you in your bathtub area, on your floor perhaps, in the shower. Make sure you have something that is a soft product, to get a very deep clean. And something that foams up also, I like to clean the tub with. There's all kinds of possibilities as far as removing calcium building up, but you know again if you're cleaning on a regular basis, you're not going to have that big heavy job of scrubbing off calcium deposits, especially in the shower, on the windows. So again you know make sure you're going that regularly and it makes your job so much easier. So just one last thing is to have something that has some kind of abrasion on it. But I'll go through in a minute how I use the products and what they do.