Tips On Cleaning Those Forgotten Places
People have been spending more time cleaning than ever recently to pass the time during lockdown. In fact, in March and April, the average person spent 144 minutes a day doing household work.
With plenty of extra time to be more thorough, there are many places getting a little more attention. The bathroom is arguably the key to having a clean home, however they are one of the trickier places to clean.
We surveyed 2000 people and learned that nearly one in five (17%) Brits have arguments about the bathroom more than any other room in the house.
Further to this, one in six were most concerned about people not cleaning the bathroom with women being more annoyed than men about the lack of housework done here.
After the NHS highlighted the bathroom (along with the kitchen) as the most important areas to clean during the pandemic, our research has revealed that one in 10 Brits forget to clean essential parts of the bathroom away from the toilet and bathtub.
To help keep on top of the cleaning, we decided to take a look at the areas we Brits forget to clean in the bathroom and provide a few simple tips to follow.
BEHIND THE TOILET
DEEP IN PLUGHOLES
BENEATH THE BATH MAT
THE SHOWER CURTAIN
John loves reading design blogs and bringing those ideas to the Big Bathroom Shop Inspiration pages. When he isn’t reading or writing copy, you’ll find him reaching out to industry experts to get all of the latest bathroom news.