Cleaning the toilet: Unsavoury urine scale can be removed using vinegar and citric acid. Clean and disinfect all sides of the toilet seat and lid. To clean the bowl, squirt some toilet cleaner under the rim and scrub with a toilet brush. Leave it to work and then flush off with clean water. Cleaning two to three times a week is essential for toilet hygiene.
Cleaning tiles and floors: Tiles on walls and on the floor are often overlooked but are nevertheless essential for overall cleanliness. Wipe surfaces with a gentle cleaner. Avoid any scouring agents or abrasive sponges. Limescale or minor mould in joints can be removed using diluted baking powder or citric acid and an old toothbrush. Be careful when using acid, however, as it can run into joints and attack them.
Tidy the washbasin area and shelves: Shelves in bathroom cabinets and the washbasin area should be wiped regularly with a damp cloth. Tidy cabinets and drawers will allow you to do this even faster. Regularly dispose of empty or unused cosmetic products and don’t allow items to accumulate. Remember to clean handles and the outside surfaces of cabinets regularly.
Ventilation: Ventilate the bathroom thoroughly every day, in particular after showering or bathing, to prevent mould and let fresh air in. Natron neutralises unpleasant odours.