If you're afraid of germs, walking into a dirty bathroom can feel like walking into the depths of hell.
Hang a fabric shower curtain and wash it on the hottest cycle to eliminate any biofilm that could be growing on it.
Pour a one-quarter cup of chlorine bleach into the toilet water and let it sit for a few minutes before flushing. Do this weekly.
Make these fizzing toilet tablets out of baking soda, citric acid, and dish soap. Drop them in a few times a week, let them soak for 20 minutes, and flush.
Store your toothbrush out in the open and upright so it can air-dry easily.
Clean your toothbrush holder regularly in the dishwasher or with hot water and dish soap.
Keep your makeup and makeup brushes in a drawer or in a bag to protect them from bathroom germs.
Mop your floors at least once a week to eliminate all of that fungus and mold that could be growing on your moist floors.
Make sure to rinse well after you scrub with soap, because any residue will attract new dirt.
Clean your sink with bleach at least once a week to eliminate fecal contamination.
Sprinkle half a cup of baking soda down the bathtub drain and follow it up with one cup of white vinegar to get rid of that funky stench.
Scrub at grout with baking soda and a toothbrush to get rid of mold and mildew.
Wipe down all of your surfaces at least once a week.
Clean your bathtub with thyme and eucalyptus essential oils, which can be effective in fighting Staphylococcus aureus.
Wash the festering pile of moisture that is your bath mat once a week to kill off any fungi or mold.
Now that you've got all the facts, go and get this shit under control.