Cleaning Your Bath

Cleaning your bath

Step 1: You will need
  • rubber gloves
  • cream cleaner
  • household sponge with two sides
  • a squeegee
  • paper towels

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  1. Step 2: Prepare

    Before you begin, put on some rubber gloves and remove all bottles and other items away from the edge of around the bath.

  2. Step 3: Cream cleaner

    Dampen down the bath tub and the surrounding tiles with water .

    Shake some cream cleaner around the inside of the tub and on the walls. Clean cleaner is ideal for baths and tiles as it is non toxic and won’t scratch.

    Rub the entire area with the abrasive side of a sponge. Work quickly so the cleaner doesn’t dry out. Scrub along the grouting and into the corners

    Spend a little time cleaning the taps, make sure you don’t miss any spots.

  3. Step 4: Rinse

    Wash the cleaner off with warm water, mopping of any excess with the soft side of the sponge. Rinse well, otherwise the cream cleaner will leave a residue.

    Dry the tiles off with the aid of a squeegy, working from top to bottom

  4. Step 5: Polish

    Finally give the area a quick polish with a soft cloth or paper towel. Make sure there are no smears or smudges left.

    Replace any bathing products around the bath and admire your handy work

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Bathroom Shower Ideas

Because the bathroom layout and options are pretty standard, picking interesting materials is key for helping your bathroom stand out. offer a wide variety of brands, styles and great prices, which makes it a popular bathroom store, while slide rails are common in showers. The rail can be challenging to clean though, so fixed shower heads might be better shower alternatives. Please visit Firstbathrooms for all your bathroom design ideas.

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Kitchens and Bathrooms – Planning Permission

Kitchens and Bathrooms – Planning Permission

A planning application for installing a kitchen or bathroom is generally not required unless it is part of a house extension. However, if your property is a listed building you should consult the Local Planning Authority.

Work to refit a kitchen or bathroom with new units and fittings does not generally require building regulations approval, although drainage or electrical works that form part of the refit may require approval under the building regulations.

If a bathroom or kitchen is to be provided in a room where there wasn’t one before, building regulations approval is likely to be required to ensure that the room will have adequate ventilation and drainage, and meet requirements in respect of structural stability, electrical and fire safety. Please visit for all your bathroom needs.


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