Every self-respecting home owner with the pretence to boast at the cleanliness of his or her home is to know the the art of a spotless bathroom. Bathroom cleaning can be compared to an art form due to the ingenuity that it demands in order for it to be successful.
Much like a musical virtuoso of multiple instruments, you will have to obtain the necessary skills to master the following items: old toothbrushes, cloths, sponges, all-purpose cleaners and squeegees among others. Treat your bathroom as a shrine and worship it daily and weekly. Never miss chances to clean it. Show respect, cater to its needs and you will be rewarded for your efforts.
If you are to just yet coming to terms with the heavy task that is maintaining your bathroom as clean and spotless as possible, then you need to hire a professional company from your own area. I prefer to hire end of tenancy cleaning N1 teams, because they are trained to handle critical situations and will leave your bathroom in a condition for you to clean on your own.
Now that you have a clean slate, it's time to learn the tools of your trade. The old toothbrush is an ideal tool for the tough corner spots and grout between the tiles. You don't need much for the tub as it is fairly easy to clean, but remember that you must not let residual soap later dry on its rim as this will make it a tough stain to remove. Always after you have used. This task will take up to five to ten minutes after each bath, which is not all that much of a sacrifice in the first place. The squeegee comes into plan, when the tiled walls and the glass shower curtain are involved. This handy little thing saves an infinite amount of time, when you want to remove excess water and allow these areas to dry faster.
Remember never ever to use abrasive cleaners as they will irreversibly scratch all surfaces and that if you are a tenant than your priority at the end of your tenancy is to hire a company, like I did with end of tenancy cleaning N1 teams.