1st step: Clean the sink, the bathtub and all other sanitary or non-sanitary objects. Pay attention even to the smallest details, because the dirt is everywhere and you don't want to enhance the chance of spreading allergens or unhealthy bacteria due to missing the smallest objects like the soap holder, the lamps or the mirror frames. Yet the biggest objects like the bathtub and the toilet are a bit more difficult to clean. A universal cleaning detergent for sanitary rooms can do a perfect job, but if you have to deal with very heavy stains and dirt spots - a great idea is to make yourself a simple but very effective homemade detergent. Mix in a bowl a small amount of very hot water with a bigger amount of baking soda, sea salt and some degreaser like shampoo or soap. Stir well until it forms a thicker non-abrasive paste and apply it onto the heavily stained areas until hot. Scrub the stains with a grooming brush made of soft fibers like a nylon brush or an old toothbrush. Leave the paste to soak up for a while, then scrub again and wipe off the excess with a wet cloth. You can apply pressure or dabbing only to enhance the absorption of the detergent and so the dissolving effect.

2nd step: Make another homemade detergent especially for cleaning tiles and grout. It's basically the same solution and you can use if left from the previous treatment, or make another mixture with the same ingredients, but this time thin it with more hot water. Add another small amount of white vinegar and dishwashing detergent, and you are good to clean the heaviest stains on the tiles on the walls..

3rd step: Apply the detergent by a mop or a bigger towel by dabbing, scrubbing and applying a medium force. It's needed only to apply the solution and to let it soak up for a few minutes. Apply as much force as needed to remove the stains by wiping off the excess of the dissolved detergent. Spot clean with a stiff brush if needed, which is very convenient for cleaning the grout lines too. Then, rinse the entire tile coverings in the bathroom with hot water to remove any excess of the chemical compounds.

4th step: Use a silicone-based paste to seal the grouts. It adds an extra layer of protection and it's especially useful in very wet rooms and areas. You can seal the tiles too, in order to protect them from further staining. Another great idea is to polish the tiles with polishing wax. Apply it onto small sections of the walls or the floor, and scrub using fast motions and medium force. Don't let the wax dry over the tiles before polishing the area, so a good idea is to polish only small areas. The final effect alters the shine, texture, colors and glossiness and it adds another extra layer of protection that also makes the tiles look like new.

5th step: Sanitize and deodorize the bathroom to make it more visually pleasing. A simple sanitizing agent from the store can be useful for the daily used areas and objects in the bathroom, while the final atmosphere becomes more refreshing and odorless. For more ideas visit this website.