4 Things to Avoid in Every Bathroom
Avoid a messy bathroom with the help of these handy hints
The wettest area in the house, the bathroom can be a breeding ground for molds and mildew if not cleaned properly. Since we look forward to a relaxing bath after a long day, we must make sure that this private sanctuary is kept neat and organized.
Be on the lookout for common bathroom boo-boos and how to avoid them! Be guided by the list below.
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Maintain the quality of your tiles by examining it carefully. Check and make sure that there are no hollow spaces inside. If the tiles are loose, there might be a problem with how it was installed. Have a carpenter check it as soon as possible.
RL Tip: Can't choose the perfect tiles for your bathroom? Click here for tips on buying tiles.
Having proper storage is the key to avoiding clutter in the bathroom. Avoid leaving essentials on the counter and as much as possible, do not overstuff your medicine cabinet with supplies. Consider installing hooks or adding baskets that you can place under the sink. You may also add a tray to organize your essentials on top of the water closet.
RL Tip: Maximize overhead storage by adding an open shelf above the door. Click here for more storage tips.
Photo by Vincent Coscolluela.
Invest in quality bathroom fixtures to avoid leaks and high water bills. You can even learn how to fix a minor leak! Click here to learn how.
RL Tip: If there are major problems concerning your pipelines, it's still best to ask for professional help. Contact your plumber so he can check the pipes and your water connection.
Aside from making sure that everything is in order, you also need to make sure that your space smells good! Place a bowl of baking soda on your sink to instantly deodorize the bathroom. You may also add and use scented candles, potpourri, and reed diffusers.
Photo by Dairy Darilag.
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