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Cleaning Bathroom and Toilet Bowl

August 18, 2023 @ 10:00 am - September 27, 2034 @ 6:00 pm

Performance Objective: Given the necessary tools supplies and equipment, you must be able to demonstrate the procedure in cleaning bathroom and toilet bowl.


Equipment, Tools and Materials:


  • Washcloths
  • Toilet brush
  • Broom, Scrubbers
  • Trashcan
  • Bathroom cleansers (including floor cleaners, toilet cleaner and glass cleaner)
  • Rags
  • Disinfectant wipes
  • Gloves
  • Mop


Cleaning Bathroom




  1. Start by collecting all the necessary supplies, such as cleansers (including

floor cleaners, toilet cleaner and glass cleaner), gloves, toilet brush,

disinfectant wipes, washcloths, scrubbers, broom and mop.

  1. Take everything that has not been affixed out of the bathroom. This means

leaving out the bathtub, toilet, wash basin, and other assorted handles and

fixtures, remove everything else, including rugs, towels, shower curtains,

toothbrushes, toiletries, cosmetics, medicines, etc.

  1. Throw all the dirty and used towels, rugs and curtains in the washing

machine and set out clean items which can be put in their designated place

after the cleaning process is over.

  1. Start with the bathtub or shower area. Choose from any of the bathtub

cleaning products available on the market and use them as per the

directions. Use a heavy duty spray cleanser and let it sit for a while if the

bathtub is too dirty. Remember to remove hair lodged in the drain and

consider using a drain cleaner if it is choked up. Use a stiff-bristle brush or

scrubber to clean. Rinse the area and wipe dry.

  1. Clean the tiles affixed on the wall near the bathtub or shower with a good

quality tile cleaner. Wipe the tiles dry.

  1. Clean the counter tops and mirrors with a glass cleaner and wipe with a rag.

Use disinfectant wipes to wipe the surface of counter tops and sinks. Don’t

forget the faucets; remember to make them sparkle by scrubbing them with

a rag.

  1. Clean the toilet next. Take good quality toilet cleaner, preferably with bleach,

and pour as per instructions into the basin of the toilet, then let sit for a few

minutes. Meanwhile, spray antibacterial cleaner in the tank and wipe clean.

Next, clean the lid, the seat, under the seat and on the edges of the toilet.

Take a toilet brush and scrub in and around the basin where you have

poured the toilet cleaner to clean it. Flush.

  1. Wipe the walls and cabinets with disinfectant wipes or a clean cloth soaked

in disinfectant household cleaner. Wipe the area dry to avoid water marks.

  1. Sweep the floor with a broom and pick up trash lying on the floor such as

tissues, dental floss or hair balls.

  1. Mop the area with disinfectant floor cleaner.
  2. Replace the rugs, towels and shower curtain. Ensure that they are clean.
  3. Use disinfectant spray around your bathroom to kill the last of the

remaining germs.


Cleaning a Toilet Bowl


Equipment, Tools and Materials:



  1. Open windows and doors so that your bathroom is properly ventilated. Slip

on a pair of disposable rubber gloves.

  1. Find a plastic, long-handled toilet brush. Brushes with handles of at least 12

inches. allow for deep cleaning and limit accidental splashing.

  1. Lower the toilet bowl's water by turning off toilet's water source and flushing.

You may also plunge the water until it lowers.

  1. Fill a spray bottle with white vinegar. Spray the vinegar into the interior of

the toilet bowl. Add more vinegar on areas where you see hard water

deposits. Allow the vinegar to sit for 10 minutes.

  1. Hold the toilet brush over the bowl and spray it with vinegar. Swab the toilet

bowl with the brush. Start by working the brush under the toilet bowl's rim

and continuing deeper into the bowl so that gunk can flow down into the

bowl. Flush the toilet.

  1. Sprinkle 1/2 cup of borax into the toilet bowl. After an hour, scrub the toilet

bowl to remove any lingering odors and flush.

  1. Pour 2 or 3 cups of vinegar into the bowl and allow the deposits to break up

over night if your bowl has a lot of hard water deposits. Clean the toilet bowl

like usual in the morning.

  1. Add 1/2 cup of lemon juice to the final cleaning to freshen your toilet bowl's

scent. Toilet lids, seats and handles can be cleaned using vinegar and wiping

them down. Clean them before and after you clean your toilet bowl. Clean

your toilet bowl at least once a week to kill bacteria and avoid hard water



August 18, 2023 @ 10:00 am
September 27, 2034 @ 6:00 pm
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