(SPOT.ph) We recently showed you a list of sponges, brushes, gloves, dispensers, and more that you can shop now that can make dish-washing a little less of a pain—because any tool that can make chores a little less tiring and time-consuming is always a worthy purchase in our books. Perhaps the only other household task as stomach-churning and tedious as washing dishes is cleaning the bathroom. Few places in the home are as likely to develop dirt build-up and harbor, er, not-so-pleasant smells—keeping the bathroom spick and span is no walk in the park. To make the process quicker, simpler, and more thorough, we list 10 life-changing tools you can shop now to help you out.
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These handy bathroom cleaning tools will make your tidying up routine much easier:
Turbo Spin Scrub Cleaning Brush (P650) from My Favor
This nifty cleaning brush from My Favor will be your best friend for soaping away germs on every corner of the bathroom from the walls to the sink to the shower floor. No need to slave away wiping your tiles and ceramics—this handy tool features a brush on the end made to lather soap and dislodge dirt. Luckily, you’ll barely have to put in any effort as the spinning brush will do most of the scrubbing for you. Plus, the handle can be extended up to about 115 centimeters, so you can quickly clean any hard-to-reach areas of your bathroom.
5-in-1 Steam-Mop (P3,999.75) from Black & Decker
Eliminate dirt and odor from your bathroom tiles with this steam mop from Black & Decker! As its name suggests, it emits hot vapor out of the head as you wipe the floor, which will help get rid of bacteria, stubborn stains, and any unwanted stenches as you mop.
Available online and at True Value stores.
Rechargeable Sensor Bubble Soap Dispenser (P999.75) from SoapSonic
One way to make cleaning the bathroom easier is to prevent it from getting too dirty in the first place. Small changes can make all the difference. Case in point: This automatic soap dispenser from SoapSonic, which lets you wash your hands without having to get your dripping wet fingers all over your spotless surfaces.
Available on Shop SM.
Toilet Sponge Brush (P599) from The First Mall
You probably already have a designated brush for cleaning the inside of your toilet bowl, but this tool from The First Mall will help you keep the exterior shiny and germ-free, too. Its shape, which resembles a large toothbrush, helps you target the sides and top of the toilet as well as the hard-to-reach area at the back. You can even use it to scrub your sink and bathtub. Plus, the brush itself is detachable, so you can wash it thoroughly after each use.
Handy Mop (P625) from MUJI
If you’d rather avoid using a bulky, hard-to-maneuver mop when wiping your bathroom clean, go for this tool from MUJI instead. The mop head sports a long, narrow design that’s much more flexible than your standard tornado or looped-end mop. Plus, you’ll have no problem squeezing it into every nook and cranny of your bathroom. The mop’s microfiber material promises to thoroughly scrape away any dirt and residue sitting on your tiled surfaces.
Available online; see a list of MUJI stores.
Window Cleaning Brush (P614) from Konco
If you have any kind of glass in your bathroom—be it mirrors, shower doors, or windows—you’ll know that splattering water and steam can often leave pesky marks on those surfaces, making them look grimy and unpolished. Keep this window-cleaning brush from Konco in your bathroom closet to keep those glass areas looking spick and span. Its long build lets you reach every corner of your doors and mirrors.
Pumice Stone Scouring Stick (P252) from Beauty Home
For tough stains that just can’t seem to come off—particularly those that stick to the inside of your toilet bowl, if you know what we mean—try this scouring stick from Beauty Home. It’s made from pumice stone, which is a light but abrasive material used to dislodge dirt and other stubborn particles. It’s not the type of tool you’ll be using all the time, but you’ll be glad to have it in storage every few months or so when you notice stains have built up.
Drain Stop (P100) from TS Fashion
If you do a deep, corner-to-corner cleaning session of your bathroom every few weeks, you know that one of the most stomach-churning areas to handle is the shower drain, where dirt, dead skin, and (worst of all) hair settle and build up over time. You can make the process a little less excruciating with this drain stop from TS Fashion. All you have to do is place it over the drain—the silicone material will suction itself in place. After each shower, the water will trickle into the drain like normal while the tiny tool catches any residue that may be floating in the liquid.
Rotatable Magic Wiper (P399) from Boomjoy
Think of this wiper from Boomjoy as a mop and broom hybrid. Its head works almost like a windshield wiper, picking up water, dirt, and loose particles like hair off the floor. Its flexible head thoroughly slides against every side of the floor, bringing with it anything it touches. That way, whether you’re trying to wipe away extra moisture or sweep off some unseen dirt, you can ensure that your tiles are always spotless.
Floor Cleaning Slippers (P215) from Salzburg PH
These floor-cleaning shoes from Salzburg PH make wiping your bathroom floor as easy as walking—literally. You can put these on when your floor needs a good scrub or just use them every time you walk into the bathroom to ensure you disinfect the floor a little bit each time.
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