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An average person in the UK spends 30 minutes in the bathroom each day. That amounts to 3 hours 30 minutes a week or a whopping 182 hours a year.

Bathroom Cleaning has often been defined as “the job you love to hate”.  Although, we can’t physically help you as you go about the task of cleaning your bathroom. We can provide you with an arsenal of bathroom cleaning supplies to make the task a little easier.

 You will find all you favourite cleaning brands in our easy to navigate categories.

Toilet Cleaners & Fresheners

Washroom Cleaners


Bathroom Accessories

Leading UK brands such as Toilet Duck, Maxima, Flash and Domestos can be used in the office bathroom or can be purchased for home use.

As a general rule, a home bathroom should be cleaned once every 7 days. The office bathroom on the other hand should be cleaned numerous times throughout the week. Dependant on how many employees use the facility. Bathroom germs tend to multiply over a relatively short time period so it is important that the bathroom gets a rigorous deep clean rather than a quick wipe down. It is recommended that you pay special attention to hard to reach areas such as tile grouting, behind the back of the toilet bowl and window sills as these areas can be a safe haven for bacterial growth.

Thankfully, the majority of bathroom surfaces such as Stainless Steel, Tile and Porcelain are designed to be cleaner friendly, so most residue should wipe away with little effort.

The Huntoffice UK team has devised a quick start guide to enable you put the sparkle back into the Bathroom.

Mirror Cleaning –

Have you looked in the mirror recently and suddenly realised that you no longer like what you see? And no, I am not referring to anyone’s physical appearance, I am actually referring to the dirty, dusty, streak ridden surface of your mirror that has been neglected and is now overwhelmed by an army of toothpaste and hair gel splatters!!!!

Mirror cleaning can be a real pain if you do not apply the correct know-how into the cleaning process. Many people get frustrated and lose patience when they try to clean their bathroom mirror and complain that it often looks worse after they attempt to clean it due to new streak marks and water droplet left on the mirror’s surface. Some people would actually prefer to clean their toilet bowl than tackle the bathroom mirror (I shudder the thought!!). Thankfully, the Huntoffice team are here to help those of you who are having difficulties putting the gleam and sparkle back into your home / office bathroom mirrors. 

Please apply the following bathroom mirror cleaning tips

• Only use a soft cloth when cleaning your bathroom mirror as some fabrics may end up leaving scratches on the mirror surface which stores dirt and dust particles making it harder to clean.

• Use warm water as the heat will  help ‘melt’ any chemical residues left by hand wash or toothpaste. Warm water also dries quicker on the mirror so it decreases the chance of water droplets clinging to the surface.

• To avoid ‘Black Edges’ - water getting behind the glass and oxidize the silver at the edges, it is important to quickly dry any water that comes in contact with the edges.

• Never use abrasive cleaners such as acid or alkali cleaners on the mirror as they can attack the edges and surface.

• It is also recommended not to use cleaners that contain ammonia or vinegar.

• To avoid streaks, it is best not to spray the cleaner directly on the mirror.  Using a clean dry cloth, spray a small amount of cleaner onto the cloth and then gently apply to the surface of the mirror. 

Sink Cleaning -   

Thankfully, cleaning the bathroom sink is not as traumatic as toilet cleaning duty so there are no excuses for having a sink covered in dried in hand cream stains.

Taking out the trash - Before you start to clean, you will need to declutter any items in or around the sink area that are no longer fit for purpose. This may include discarding old cloths or hand wash bottles that keep the sink area looking unkempt.

Once the sink has been cleared of any unwanted items, plug the sink with the rubber stopper and fill with hot water and some cleaning solution or degreaser. Leave for a few moments until the solution has had time to loosen any particles on the surface. Unplug the stopper and wait for the water to drain before scrubbing with a cloth or cleaning brush. Rinse around the sink and dry with some paper towels. To shine, spray a small amount of cleaning cream evenly around the sink area and work into the surface with a dry cloth. Leave for a few moments and rinse. Give the surface one last rub with a clean paper towel, paying special attention to any remaining water droplets or residual streaks (important if cleaning stainless steel).

Remember to maintain your sink every one to two days for lasting effect.

You should now be the proud owner of the cleanest sink in whole of the United Kingdom.

Hopefully, in the time you have taken to read this piece, the Huntoffice UK team has inspired you to roll up your shirt sleeves, don the long forgotten rubber gloves and get some energy into your elbows as you set about cleaning and freshening up your office or home bathroom.