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Bathroom Cleaning 101

Did you know that most people would rather clean their garage than their bathrooms? While a grimy bathroom may seem daunting, you only need to master a few basic tricks to keep it sparkling clean. Follow this handy guide to making bathroom cleaning quick and easy.

Bathroom Cleaning with Windex

Stock up

Stop wasting time searching for and gathering supplies when you're ready to clean. Stash a bucket filled with your favourite bathroom cleaning products in each bathroom.

Make glass and chrome shine

Windex®Multi Surface Cleaner With Vinegar gives a streak-free shine to mirrors, glass doors, the inside of windows, chrome fixtures and more!'

Feed the hamper

Toss dirty clothes and towels into a hamper. Consider keeping one near each bathroom so towels will be less likely to hit the floor.

Let in some fresh air

If your bathroom door is closed all day, open the door or a window for a few minutes a day to air out the room and reduce humidity.

Clean the waste basket

Before you replace the trash bag in your bathroom wastebasket, wipe it out with Windex® Multi-Surface Antibacterial Disinfectant 2. Kill 99.9% of bacteria** and leave behind a fresh scent.

Clear out the cabinets

Take everything out of the medicine cabinet, wipe down the shelves and put back only those items you use daily (store everything else). And, despite the name, it’s not always a good idea to store medicine in a medicine cabinet—heat and moisture can cause meds to expire prematurely.

*Unbeatable Streak-Free Shine. Based on Windex® Original lab testing of leading competitors based in part on data reported by Nielsen IQ through its MarketTrack Service for the SCJ – Glass Cleaners (CIP) – G053H505_CIP category for the 52-week period ending 10/29/22 for the Canadian market (NATIONAL EXCL NFLD GB+DR+MM + NATIONAL EXCL NFLD GM+WC), according to SC Johnson custom product hierarchy. Copyright © 2022, Nielsen Consumer, LLC.
**When used as directed, kills:
Salmonella enterica (Salmonella), Listeria monocytogenes, Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), Streptococcus pyogenes (Strep)