This Checklist Helps You Keep Your Bathroom Clean

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Keeping Your Bathroom Clean With Easy Schedule

Do you have chores that you put off because they seem never ending?  Or rooms that you leave till the end to clean? For me, one of those rooms used to be the bathroom.  Being one of the rooms that needs the most cleaning and most often, keeping on top of it can be tough.  I found that sticking to a schedule and using a checklist helps me keep our bathrooms fresh and clean. I don’t like to run out of things that will call for a dash to the store for a single item.  That’s why I love to shop at BJ’s wholesale club where I can buy items in bulk.

One of my favorite things to purchase is the new SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue.  We’ve always used SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue in our household and this special pack and pricing from BJ’s makes it easy to always have what I need in our bathroom. Why do I trust and use SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue?

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Buying SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue at BJ’s Wholesale Club

 

They have offered long lasting value and quality for years. The product is septic-safe and they’ve never reduced their sheet count.  The 100 extra sheets is like getting an additional 3 extra rolls per pack.  During summer we host many gatherings and have many visitors who like to check out the sunshine state.  Therefore, having those extra rolls on hand, come in handy. SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue brings my family quality and consistency by being America’s longest lasting roll. At $23.29 for a pack of 36, it’s quality is more than affordable.  We’ll never run out when we keep our bathroom stocked.

To keep my bathroom fresh and clean for my family and ready for guests, I use this Bathroom cleaning checklist to keep me in check with the chores I have to stick to.  Download your copy to help you with your Bathroom cleaning chores.

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There are chores I complete twice a week, such as wiping the counter-tops, cleaning mirrors, the toilet and vacuuming.  Then there are chores that need to be done once a week, some twice a month and others once a month.  Staying on top of these chores and being consistent will make it easier to keep a clean bathroom.

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Create a routine to keep your bathroom clean.

 

This checklist will help you stay organized and prepared just like it helped me.  Check off the tasks on the days you do them in pencil so that you can re-use it.  You will notice that as you continue this for a few weeks, you’ll fall into the day pattern that best fits your busy schedule.  It will then become a routine and you’ll move on autopilot. Once your bathroom is clean, remember to also keep on hand, items that your family and guests will use.  I like to keep a small lotion, air deodorizer spray, antibacterial soap and small hair products for guests to easily access.  Most importantly don’t forget the rolls of SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue in case someone needs to replenish the roll.

 

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More tips to keeping your bathroom fresh and clean

Keep your bathroom cleaning products in the bathroom, either on a shelf in the linen closet or under the sink.   Keep things that are needed, where they’re easy to access and find. I move bulky items like my makeup organizer, toothbrushes and hair dryers off of the counter.  Keep them hidden away until you really need them.  Keep your counter top uncluttered.  While there are things I use every day, when we’re expecting guests I prefer to keep them out of the way.

How will SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue inspire you to stay on top of your bathroom chores? Print your coupon today by clicking here.

 

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  • Thanks for sharing this bathroom checklist! My kids are getting to the age when they can begin helping out with chores, so something like this would make a very handy reference. #client

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