1. Remove all items from cabinets, drawers, and shelves
Be sure to thoroughly check each cabinet, drawer, and shelf for any items that need to be removed before you start the deep clean. These items may include cleaning supplies, toiletries, linen, or other personal items. Take care not to leave anything behind as this will make the deep clean process more difficult.
2. Wipe down all surfaces with an appropriate disinfectant cleaner
Using a damp cloth and an appropriate disinfectant cleaner, wipe down all of the surfaces in the bathroom. This includes counters, sinks, toilets, bathtubs, and walls. Make sure to pay extra attention to any areas that have visible dirt or grime build up as this will need to be thoroughly scrubbed away later on in the process.
3. Scrub shower walls and tub with a non-abrasive cleanser such as baking soda or vinegar mixed with water for tougher spots
Mix baking soda or white vinegar with warm water and use it to scrub away any stubborn stains or hard water deposits that may have built up on your shower walls or bath tub. This mixture is non-abrasive and won't damage the finish on your fixtures.
4. Vacuum any remaining dirt on the floor of the bathroom using an attachment to get into corners and hard to reach places like behind toilets and bathtubs
Use a vacuum cleaner with an appropriate attachment to remove any dirt, dust, or debris from the floors of the bathroom. Be sure to pay extra attention to areas like behind toilets and bathtubs as these are harder to reach areas that can often be forgotten about when cleaning.
5. Mop the entire bathroom floor using hot water mixed with a mild detergent
Using a mop and hot water mixed with a mild detergent, mop the floor of the bathroom. Be sure to get into all of the corners and crevices to ensure that all dirt is removed from the surface before you move on to the next step.
6. Wash curtains, rugs, shower liners etc in hot soapy water if possible
If there are any curtains, rugs, or shower liners in your bathroom be sure to take them outside and wash them in hot soapy water if possible. This will help remove any dirt or grime build up that may have occurred over time.
7. Clean mirrors and fixtures using glass cleaner or white vinegar
Using glass cleaner or white vinegar on a damp cloth, clean all of the mirrors and fixtures in the bathroom. Be sure to pay extra attention to any areas that have visible dirt or grime build up as these will need to be thoroughly scrubbed away later on in the process.
8. Scrub toilet bowl inside & out including handle & seat covers
Using a toilet brush, scrub the inside and outside of the toilet bowl including the handle and seat covers. Make sure to use an appropriate cleaner for this step as some cleaners can cause damage to certain types of surfaces if used incorrectly.
9. Use a disinfecting spray or wipes on all surfaces
Once you’ve finished scrubbing all of the surfaces in your bathroom, use a disinfecting spray or wipes to sanitize the area. This will help kill any bacteria or germs that may be lingering in your bathroom after the deep clean.
10. Empty trash cans & replace trash bags if needed
Finally, make sure to empty all of the trash cans in your bathroom and replace the bags if necessary. This will ensure that all of the debris you have removed during the deep clean process is taken care of properly and that your bathroom stays nice and tidy for longer periods of time.