April 5, 2016

Keeping a Tidy Toddler Bathroom

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When it comes to cleaning our hall bathroom, we have a messy situation on our hands. We officially have a toddler who is in the midst of potty training and she isn’t tidy. Officially, it is her bathroom but it is also the guest bathroom. This can pose quite the dilemma when trying to keep it tidy. Luckily, with the help of Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom Cleaner, we can keep the mess and germs to a minimum.

We really have 2 main problem areas when it comes to Miss H’s bathroom 1) The toilet(s) – yes, 2. and 2) the tub (aka The Art Studio).

Miss H has the option to use her little potty or the big potty with the help of a seat. If she decides that the little potty is the choice of the day, we just use our Disinfectant Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom Cleaner to clean out the removable basin and I spray and wash clean every time she goes killing 99.9% of viruses and bacteria. Daunting task, but when your potty is also a step stool to wash your hands, you need to make sure it is cleaned and disinfected. Less messy is the potty ring and we just simply use Disinfectant Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom Cleaner to wipe down the seat on the regular basis.

The tub is dirty for a completely different reason – crayons, water dye, bubbles and tub paint. Miss H thinks she is Picasso when she takes a bath and the colors can sometimes leave behind a grimy residue on the bottom on the tub and on the tile and grout even though they are tub safe.

One spray and a wipe of Disinfectant Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom Cleaner and the white tub is as good as new! Formulated for cleaning soap scum, hard water stains, dirt and all of course our messy tub art studio.

I find my Scrubbing Bubbles® brand products in the Home Cleaning aisle in my local Walmart. I love it because one product will take care of almost all of my bathroom surfaces.

Tell me, how do you keep your bathrooms tidy? Do you have any cleaning tips that you follow on a daily basis?

3 responses to “Keeping a Tidy Toddler Bathroom”

  1. Meghan says:

    Ooh I think I need this! Our tub is so dirty for the exact same reason!

  2. I should pick this up, I have a seven year old boy. 'Nuff said lol.

  3. I got lucky! Nate and Mason share a bathroom, so Nate cleans that one! haha. We do love scrubbing bubbles, though!

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