Who is up for some bathroom cleaning?



Starting below, you’ll notice that you aren’t vacuuming or washing the floors. Wait what? This speeds up the process and if you’re cleaning all week long, you’ll see that on Wednesday we vacuum and on Thursday we wash floors. Once you do the routine for a couple weeks, you’ll see that this is so much more efficient and you don’t notice that you need to vacuum or wash your bathroom floors on Mondays when you clean bathrooms.

  • Clear off counters and all surfaces.
  • Spray cloth (don’t spray the mirrors) with glass cleaner and wipe any mirrors clean – keep this cloth handy and reuse in each bathroom.
  • Thoroughly spray the sink, toilet, and tub or shower (if you don’t use a tub or shower regularly, you don’t need to clean it weekly) and quickly spray with your disinfecting cleaner.
  • Use your preferred toilet cleaner and brush and do a quick clean of your toilet.
  • Repeat these steps in each bathroom. Once you’ve done that, go back to the first bathroom.
  • Wipe the sink, wipe the toilet, and wipe the tub or shower —take care to use a separate cloth or paper towel for each toilet and sink to avoid cross-contamination.
  • Place dirty cloths in container.
  • Move on to wiping down the next bathroom and the next until you have quickly wiped down each bathroom.
  • Change hand and bath towels.
  • Save the floors for vacuuming and floor washing days.

Why does this method work? You’re using an assembly line method – this speeds up the process, it keeps you on task and helps you to move quickly from one bathroom to the next.