Storytime With Judas Vlogger and occasional long-time bathroom user only spends 20 minutes cleaning his bathroom, even though he has four sons who often miss the bowl entirely, don't lift the seat, or decide toothpaste is best used on the bathroom mirror.
"You need to plan ahead, and plan like its going to be bad." He said while hunched over his video editor program instead of making an easy dinner like he previously posted.
For those of you new to the concept of deep cleaning, it's the cleaning you do on a weekly or daily basis, to reach the deep, disgusting parts of your bathroom that aren’t normally cleaned (or thought of).
"First get rid of anything empty or used up. Throw away empty bottles, toilet paper rolls, and empty the trash can before you start spraying and scrubbing. Then move everything that sits on a ledge onto one shelf or designated area; hand soap, conditioner bottles, and the like".
The hot sauce connoisseur went on to list everything needed to "get down to brass tacks".
Organize the night before and keep the supplies in a readily accessible way.
Shower and bath
Start with the shower and bath, and place the shower curtains in the tub; spray them with all purpose cleaner and then leave them there for the next step.
Tiles, walls, and ceilings
Spray all surfaces like countertops, tile, walls, and the ceiling with all-purpose cleaner. Run the shower for five minutes to build up steam. Shut the door and let the steam and cleaner mix for twenty minutes. Then wipe down all surfaces with a clean cloth. For walls and ceilings, you can use a microfiber mop to reach the high spaces. Hang up the shower curtains and wipe them down with a clean old towel.
First, pour vinegar or baking soda down the drain and rinse with hot water. Use disinfecting wipes for the handles and faucets in order to prevent transfer of bacteria from other parts of the bathroom (like the toilet). Use floss to clean the base where the faucet and taps are flush with the sink.
Coat the entire toilet bowl with a toilet cleaner - preferably with bleach. Scrub the bowl hard with a toilet brush and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes (you can spray it when you start the steamy shower). While that is sitting, wipe down outside of your toilet with a disinfectant wipe, as well as the outer lid, and then the inner lid. Then, use a bathroom specific disinfectant spray and leave it on for as long as the cleaner recommends (usually 10 minutes). Don’t forget to spray the flush handle. Then wipe everything down with clean cloths.
You will get faster the more you repeat this and you will begin to overlap steps.
The author would like to inform his readers that while Judas was saving time cleaning the bathroom, the dishes in the sink piled up into an apocalyptic event, and the laundry didn't get folded.
Lex Gunner, reporting.