Bathrooms need cleaning daily, and removing hair strands should be a part of it.
Hair can get on your pristine bathroom floor tiles, countertops, and maybe even somewhere in the shower. And the last thing you would want is to have it clog up your drain.
With that said, here are a few easy ways to help you remove hair strands from your bathroom.
Sweep up strands with a broom and dustpan
If most of the hair in your bathroom isn’t wet, you can easily sweep them away using a broom and a dustpan.
Don’t sweep this mess under the rug. Use a large rubber broom to get most of it off the floor.
Clear countertops with microfiber cloths
Hair can also fall on your bathroom countertops from brushing or combing near it.
You should use a microfiber cloth and some cleaning fluid when it comes to removing hair strands from your bathroom countertops. Don’t forget to pick hair off your microfiber cloth now and then.
Vacuum hair from floors
Vacuums are particularly handy at removing hair strands by the dozens from your bathroom floors and carpets.
You don’t have to use a large vacuum for the job. Smaller models can do this just fine so long as you have the right attachments.
You can even store it in your bathroom cabinet for convenience next time you do this.
Roll up the mess with a lint roller
Sticky lint rolls can be used on almost any surface in your bathroom.
Roll this across every part of your bathroom floor or wall that you can reach while making sure to keep the roller clean with soap and water so it can pick up more hair strands.
Want a more thorough cleaning of your bathroom? Why not hire a cleaning service for the job?
Clean House Services can make sure no strand of hair is left lying around your home. Contact us today!