I am not sure I have come across anyone who enjoys cleaning the bathroom, not even experienced cleaners, unfortunately everybody uses the family bathroom so this is one area that really cannot be left.
I always find as a cleaner you treat it like another room and before long that’s exactly what it becomes, so long as you have a good pair of rubber gloves and the right cleaning products you should be able to do good job.
Some of the things you need will be familiar to you, bulk standard window cleaner a squeegee and some dry rags to cover all the mirrors. Most people have more than one.
You will also need bleach and/or disinfectant, a couple of sponges which you may have to get rid off after if the bathroom has not been cleaned for a while. Some vinegar just in case the shower head is blocked and some tooth picks!
Some good old cotton rags and a tooth brush or nail brush are also very useful to take out those really tough stains, some baking soda and lemon mix 50/50. If not use a good commercial cleaner.
So now we have all we need the first thing to do is clear the kitchen of all unwanted junk, which may be clothing or even cosmetics, deodorants etc, which I would normally put into a spare box so it does not get in the way.
Start at the top and if the shower is blocked allow the head to sit in a bag of ordinary vinegar while you get on and start cleaning down the mirrors, but make sure you only immerse as much of the shower head as you need as vinegar will sometimes take off some chrome. If the bath or shower has a full length mirror then instead of using a rag use a rubber wiper that you use for windows.
If the bath or sink stains are bad you may wish to mix some water and bleach together and allow to soak into the stains for a good 10-15 minute before flushing through with plain water. Whilst your are waiting take the mix of baking soda and lemon or commercial cleaner and put it around the taps and use the toothbrush to get into those difficult areas after this is done you can wash down with water and flush out the bath.
Take the shower head out of the bag flush through with water and use the tooth picks to clean out any blocked jets, clean the sink and bath down wipe dry and that leaves you with the toilet.
Flush two to three times to make sure you have clean water in the pan and use a toilet brush to push the water out and get the level a low as possible, then spray bleach or a good commercial cleaner down the pan and use the sponges to clean out the pan and flush through with water. Clean the seat and outside surfaces with disinfectant, flush the whole thing through two to three times using the toilet brush to get to the first part of the u bend.
Finally take some hot water add some disinfectant and mop down the floor as you leave the bathroom, then wipe the floor dry with your cotton rags and that is it. One clean bathroom.