PUBLISHED: 17:46, Wed, Sep 2, 2020 | UPDATED: 17:46, Wed, Sep 2, 2020
Cleaning your bathroom regularly is important in decreasing surface bacteria and viruses. It is crucial for hygiene reasons and cleaning your bathroom including taps and tiled floors can stop the spread of nasty germs around the home. However there are many steps when it comes to cleaning a bathroom and cleaning experts at Zoflora have shared their top tips with Express.co.uk.
Zoflora is loved by cleaning guru Mrs Hinch and it is a concentrated disinfectant that claims to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria on surfaces.
This makes it ideal for cleaning nearly any surface and is great for the bathroom.
The product starts from £1 a bottle, and is then diluted in water to create the cleaning product.
The cleaning experts said: “Bathroom hygiene is essential to keeping your home and family safe.”
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The experts commented: “You might be on top of the mopping, but even though the bathroom floor looks clean, it could still be covered in hundreds and thousands of bacteria, especially around the toilet area.
“Using Zoflora when mopping floors will ensure any harmful germs are killed as well as leaving your bathroom with a lovely fragrant aroma.”
Cleaning experts at Zoflora said: “If you think about it, baths are basically like really big sinks - and they can be just as good at breeding germs. Bacteria thrive in warm, damp places, so it's vital to ensure you hygienically clean the bath on a regular basis.
“A trigger spray filled with diluted Zoflora is the perfect way to tackle the tub.”
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The experts added: “When you're busy taking on the toilet, sink