Keeping your bathroom easy to clean can be very valuable, time saving, and can reduce your cleaning headaches. And as scrubbing your bathroom is not something you enjoy, we made a research and rounded up 5 Impressive Do’s and Don’ts for Making Your Bathroom Easy to Clean.
Contemporary bathroom designs are low maintenance and easy to clean, and can be pretty simple for both new homes and renovations.
Reduce the yucky things with your bathroom design!
- Very small tiles are magnet for stains and grime.
- Shower screens that seem to be a magnet for moulding, grime and stain build up.
- Toilets with plastic cisterns that discolor in a matter of days.
- Floor standing vanities with stained, water damaged edges where the vanity meets the floor.
It is not fun spending time cleaning your bathroom, so avoid these undesirable features.
- Less is More – The less corners, edges, seams, ridges, cluttered space, touch-points, grout, the less there is to clean. The first step you can take is to find simple products that are easy for cleaning. You should also avoid narrow, hard to reach spots.
- To Reduce Grout, Use Larger Tiles – Grout is one of the most difficult part of the bathroom to keep clean and prevent from staining. By incorporating large tiles in your bathroom design, you use less grout, ensuring it becomes less noticeable and the space will hold its look much longer.
- Open up the space as much as possible
The more open your bathroom is, the less crannies and nooks there are to collect dust. Open bathrooms look stunning and tend to create the illusion of a larger space.
- Handheld showers, grout sealers, engineered stone…
Handheld showers can make the washing down shower screens a breeze and are also perfect for families with kids and pets. Sealing grout will ensure it holds its look longer. There are two type of grout sealers – newer nano-technology grout sealer, which prevent water and gunk staining at a minute particle level and traditional grout sealers, that reduce the porosity of the grout. Engineered stones that are designed with wet areas, and are non-porous and easy to clean are perfect for your vanity tops.
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