Take a squeegee to shower doors after you've turned off the water. Removing that moisture right away will discourage the growth of mildew and keep the glass free of spots.
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9 Top Tips for a Bathroom That Cleans Itself
Squeegee the Shower
Get Rid of Grout
If a bathroom remodel is in your future, think about going groutless. Choose seamless materials, such as galvanized tin or sealed plaster, for your shower surround. This simple switch will start paying off right away by cutting down on cleaning time. The best part? You’ll never have to face grubby grout again.
Tabs in the Toilet
Keep your commode sparkling without getting your hands dirty by dropping a cleaning tablet into the tank a few times a week. Because the bowl stays cleaner for longer, you won't have to break out the toilet brush as often.
Spray Your Shower
The Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner hangs from the shower head and spritzes a 360-degree dose of cleaner at the touch of a button. Give it a tap at the end of every shower, and you may be able to avoid any real cleaning for a month.
Shelve Your Soap
A wall-mounted soap pump or dish doesn't just free up sink and shower space, it keeps the gooey mess that collects around bottles and bar soap to a minimum, leaving you with one less thing that needs your attention on cleaning day.
Rinse the Tub
Get a Robot
Dry Out the Sink
Water is a powerful enemy when it comes to keeping a bathroom spick-and-span. Take a moment to wipe the sink dry after you brush your teeth or wash your hands. This simple step will help keep moisture-loving mildew and mold at bay.
Ban Bar Soap