End of Lease Cleaning Tips: Get your dirtiest bathroom cleaned easily

Bathrooms need frequent cleaning as the place gets dirty quite often. Hence, you are required to do deep cleaning during lease end. If you fail to pass inspection then you might be barred from getting bond. It will be easy for you to hire professional cleaners for bond cleaning Canberra but if the place is manageable then you might want to try to clean yourself. Before cleaning yourself, head over to useful cleaning tips to learn the tactics. It will be a lot easier and time saving for you.

For that, this article will be handy as it covers most essential cleaning tips and tricks for your bathroom.

Preparing bathroom cleaning checklist

Listing out all the items that require cleaning helps you to be focused. It will also guide you throughout the cleaning process. So a cleaning checklist will come handy when you start out cleaning your bathroom.

Read: Detailed End of Lease Cleaning Checklist for your lease end

Toilet brawls.

Next step is definitely selecting a cleaner. You can get a cleaner from the store or if you have time and energy, you can prepare on your own. Get all the required materials – white wine vinegar, and baking soda. Mix a cup of white wine vinegar with a tablespoon of baking soda. Stir it for a few seconds. Your toilet cleaner is prepared. Now, you can use it to clean toilet brawls.

Pour the mixture into the toilet brawl and let it sit for around 20 min or so. Then clean the brawl with scrub and toilet brush.

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Bathroom surfaces

For surfaces, mix three tablespoons baking soda, a half cup of household ammonia and two cups of warm water. Stir the mixture for a few seconds. When ready, wipe the solution on the bathroom surfaces and rinse it off with a sponge or a piece of cloth. You will get a clean and bright surface.

Clean rust stains

If bathroom surfaces have rust stains, using toothpaste delivers better results. Squeeze toothpaste onto an old toothbrush and scrub the surfaces. Alternately you can scrub the stain with a paste of borax and lemon juice. This technique saves time and energy delivering better results.

Keep shower-heads unclogged

Soak the shower-heads overnight in white vinegar to unclog the mineral deposits. First, remove the shower head and then dip it overnight onto the white vinegar. Take out the shower-heads and then clean it with microfiber. Use a toothpick, piece of wire or needle to unblock or clean out the holes. If the shower head is not removable then you can pour vinegar into a plastic bag. Tie the bag to the fixture in such a way that the shower head is completely immersed.

Shower curtains

Dip shower curtains and liners in salt water. Hang them to get dry. If any mildew appears, follow the following process to get mildew-free shower curtains.

Mix half cup of borax and half cup of vinegar to two cups of water. Stir the solution for a few seconds. When the mixture is completely mixed, apply it onto the affected areas and let it sit for 10 minutes. Then scrub with a sponge or cloth.

Shower doors

When left untreated, shower doors can cover up with soap scum. To clean this scum, you can use white vinegar. Fill a spray bottle with vinegar. Spray it on the shower doors and wipe it with a sponge. While cleaning follows a top to bottom pattern as it is the easiest method.

Bathroom tiles

For bathroom tiles, mix one part of borax, two parts of baking soda and one to two parts of water. Put the mixture onto the bathroom tiles. Scrub it with the toothbrush. Finally flush it with water to get cleaned tiles.

Read: How to clean marble tile like a pro

Bathroom ceiling

Ceiling is quite often a forgotten area as most are busy with cleaning fixtures and tiles. To clean the ceiling, mix the bucket with equal parts of water and white vinegar. Dip a long-handled sponge mop into the solution, squeeze it out and then reach up to clean the ceiling. Ensure you clean one section at a time. For safety measures, put on goggles or other protective eye wears.


This article highlights tips and suggestions for cleaning your bathroom during the lease end. It is suggested that if the place doesn’t require much attention you can clean it yourself. Additionally, if you have enough time and energy. But if you are busy with other work and the house needs extra care then it’s best to assign the cleaning job to the professionals.

End of Lease Cleaning Experts Canberra offers hassle-free and comprehensive cleaning service. We have proper equipment and knowledge to deal with all kinds of scums, and stains. We will definitely deliver your property in best condition.