We have already brought you an earlier nana post for cleaner kitchens and since we have received a lot of feedback, we thought we’d give you some help with bathroom cleaning tips as well! So lets get straight into it shall we?

How often do you clean your iron? Let me guess – never? Well, the easiest way to do it is to run the iron over a paper covered with regular table salt – but make sure the steam is off!

“If your bathroom just doesn’t smell right then maybe it’s best if you try and use this easy method…”

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For bathroom stainless steel particles, just rub them with a cloth dabbed in olive oil. That will take stains (especially water blotches) away and will keep it shiny! OR for chrome bits, use the same technique, but with baby oil! This keeps you from buying different bathroom cleaning products for every material.

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In a case of accidentally getting lipstick (or most other make-up products) on your clothes, use hairspray. Spray it on the spot and let it sit for about 10-15 minutes and dab with a cloth or sponge to remove the stain. To finish, machine wash the clothing. Note – only do this if the fabric is machine washable.

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You know how sometimes linen get a weird smell to them when kept in a closed cabinet for too long? Just pop an open box of baking soda into the cabinet and that should absorb all moisture.

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If your bathroom just doesn’t smell right then maybe it’s best if you try and use this easy method – mix together baking soda and freshly squeezed lemon juice – you can choose yourself how much you want to make it, but it has to have a thick paste consistency. Spread this paste virtually everywhere – the bottom of the toilet (where it meets the floor), toilet seat, maybe a bit inside as well. Now let it be for about 15 minutes and once it has dried, spray some white vinegar on it and let it fizz. After it has pretty much stopped sizzling, clean it with a cloth or whatever else you feel comfortable with. Now the toilet should be bright white and the smell should be gone!

We have a lot more bathroom cleaning tips (and of course exterior house washing) tips so stay tuned! Nana advice posts will make regular appearances as well!