The same applies to the sink as baths – the right cleaner and a cloth will do the job. Use window cleaner to clean splashes off the mirror. A handy tip to reduce smears is to wipe windows and mirrors with kitchen roll, not a cloth.
Shiny taps make a bathroom feel clean. The trick is to dry them and buff them up after cleaning them. You can also use window cleaner to make taps gleam.
We can't avoid the fact that the toilet is there to be used and needs cleaning. A smart toilet brush in a holder can complement your decor and act as a functional bathroom tool too. A strong toilet cleaner containing bleach will keep the germs at bay. Cleaners that hang inside the rim are also good for intermittent cleaning at every flush.
A bathroom bin is another essential bathroom tool for wet wipes, tissues and other bathroom debris. Keep an old toothbrush in your cleaning box too, to scrub the dirt away around taps, edges and plugholes. And for a quick fix clean if you’re expecting guests, keep a pack of bathroom wipes handy.