Bathroom Maintenance, Keeping Your New Flooring and Countertops Clean

When you purchase new Phoenix bathroom flooring and countertops there are a few things you will need to do in order to maintain them and keep them clean and looking brand new.

Bathroom Maintenance, Keeping Your New Flooring and Countertops Clean

Sealing your floors, cleaning them regularly and using homemade cleaning solutions are effective ways to maintain your new Phoenix bathroom flooring and the rest of your bathroom.

Seal your Phoenix bathroom flooring

Sealing your Phoenix bathroom flooring is one of the best ways to keep it clean. Having a sealer on your Phoenix bathroom flooring will make mopping and brooming far easier, and almost any type of flooring material can have a sealer applied to it.

The sealer will also protect the Phoenix bathroom flooring from dirt, mold, stains and water damage. Almost every type of Phoenix bathroom flooring should have a sealer but there are some materials that may be fine without one.

Homemade cleaning solutions can be used to clean countertops and flooring

A cleaning solution made with vinegar and water can be used to clean countertops and Phoenix bathroom flooring. The solution should be a 50/50 mixture. A rubbing alcohol solution can also be used to clean faucets and countertops, and a spray bottle of rubbing alcohol can be used as a quick disinfectant in the bathroom.

A mixture of baking soda and water can be used to clean tile flooring and to remove buildup on the countertops or shower. Scouring powder can be created from baking soda, salt and borax and is good for cleaning up hard to remove stains.

Clean before buildup occurs in the bathroom

The bathroom is one of the places in a home that can get dirt and buildup fairly quickly, making it more important to maintain the bathroom as much as possible. Bathroom floors and countertops should be cleaned at least once or twice per week.

Most types of Phoenix bathroom flooring is best maintained with brooming and mopping at least once per week, but there are special considerations for each type of flooring to take into account. Some types of stone flooring or countertops may have additional maintenance requirements such as sealing.