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How many times have you cringed to take a peek and check if the bathroom was clean? Entering an unkempt bathroom can be quite a stomach churner and can put people off very easily. The size of a bathroom can be important for some, but what has more value is how clean it seems. The level of bathroom maintenance can serve as a good parameter to gauge how well-kept or ill-kept a house is.
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Getting Ready for Staging:
Even before you begin putting things in place, you need to ensure that your bathroom space looks sparkly and squeaky clean.
Bleaching: That’s right! Start with bleaching and scrubbing all the scruffy areas. If you do not like bleaching agents, you could look for organic substitutes. Let the bleaching and cleaning agents do their job by letting them soak in all the grime and dirt. Scrub the entire space from top to bottom, till you’re satisfied with the end result.
Mold and Mildew: The steam from a hot bath could initiate the growth of mold and mildew in your bathroom. This is an overgrowth of fungus, and is not just unappealing to look at, but could also cause allergies for some people. Make sure that you look for them in crevices and corners, in and around the tiling area. Sometimes, mold also seems to accumulate on painted areas. Also ensure that you keep your bathroom dry as often as possible.
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