16 Ways To Deep Clean Your Bathroom (And Keep It Clean!)
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The Best Homemade Shower Cleaner is so easy to make with only 2 ingredients. Plus I share my special tip on how I clean my shower so quickly!

The Best Homemade Shower Cleaner is so easy to make with only 2 ingredients. Plus I share my special tip on how I clean my shower so quickly!

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To eliminate mold and restore the tub to its pristine condition, consider using cotton beauty coils and bleach. First soak the coils with bleach, stretch them out and let them sit overnight on the moldy spots. You’ll see the difference in the morning!

To eliminate mold and restore the tub to its pristine condition, consider using cotton beauty coils and bleach. First soak the coils with bleach, stretch them out and let them sit overnight on the moldy spots. You’ll see the difference in the morning!

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Dish Wand (got mine at the dollar store!)     Dish Soap     Vinegar    Simply fill your wand with half soap and half vinegar. Yeah. That's it. Shake it up and get cleaning!  I hung mine up in the shower using a suction cup/hook thing (also a dollar store find) so it's always within easy reach. Then before I get out of the shower I give it a quick scrub and rinse! Easy-peasy!

Dish Wand (got mine at the dollar store!) Dish Soap Vinegar Simply fill your wand with half soap and half vinegar. Yeah. That's it. Shake it up and get cleaning! I hung mine up in the shower using a suction cup/hook thing (also a dollar store find) so it's always within easy reach. Then before I get out of the shower I give it a quick scrub and rinse! Easy-peasy!

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Pinned over 24,000 times, this cleaning trick is one to keep handy. All you need: distilled white vinegar, paper towels, a spray bottle, and an old toothbrush for scrubbing. Lay paper towels soaked in vinegar along the shower door tracks, and leave them there for 30 minutes. When the time's up, the grime should easily come off with a toothbrush. For tight spots, use a cotton bud.  For more, go to Cents-able Momma.

Pinned over 24,000 times, this cleaning trick is one to keep handy. All you need: distilled white vinegar, paper towels, a spray bottle, and an old toothbrush for scrubbing. Lay paper towels soaked in vinegar along the shower door tracks, and leave them there for 30 minutes. When the time's up, the grime should easily come off with a toothbrush. For tight spots, use a cotton bud. For more, go to Cents-able Momma.

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This guide informs you how often you need to wash every fabric item in your home from dressing gowns to shower curtains to bath mats and pillow cases. From every week up to every six months, it's certainly very useful.

This guide informs you how often you need to wash every fabric item in your home from dressing gowns to shower curtains to bath mats and pillow cases. From every week up to every six months, it's certainly very useful.

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