Use Vinegar to Unclog a Shower Head
White vinegar works wonders for cleaning almost any surface in the bathroom, but can also effectively unclog your shower head. Simply fill a plastic baggy with vinegar, submerge your shower head in it, and tie it off leaving the head to soak overnight.
In the morning, you should find gunky particles floating in the vinegar that were loosened, giving you better water pressure and more pleasant showers.
Use Baby Wipes for Quick Cleans
When guests are coming over and you don’t have time for a deep clean, use baby wipes to clean surfaces in the bathroom. They’re great dirt and grime removers for counters, sink fixtures, toilets and even the floor.
Plus, if you have kids, they’re handy for cleaning up any accidents they might have and getting pen stains off the walls.
Remove Rust Stains with Cream of Tartar and Lemon Juice
If you have white counter tops, this next cleaning tip is a godsend. If you have any ugly rust rings or stains on your counter tops or in your bathtub, remove them with stuff you already have in your kitchen.
Wet the stains with water and then make a paste with some cream of tartar and lemon juice. Scrub the paste in with a toothbrush and let sit for approximately two hours before rinsing off again.