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How a college student can quickly clean a bathroom when expecting company Your a college student with your first apartment No parents to tell you how or when to clean your bathroom But what do you do when your expecting important company over maybe its that girl or guy that you just met last week and you want to make that good impression and the last thing you need to worry about is having a nasty smelly cruddy bathroom Well what would you do The bathroom is the most identifiable portion of any house or apartment Its what people use to judge how clean you really are For the guys a woman loves to see a mans home with a spotless bathroom and for the females nothing less than a spotless bathroom will do The first thing you need to do is to not panic First gather all the supplies you will need The most difficult part to this whole process is figuring out what cleaners I will use There are many different cleaners in which you can use Such glass cleaners surface cleaners soft scrub brushes and ammonia notice I did not mention the word bleach Some people feel that if they simply pour about a gallon of it into the bathroom that it will eventually clean by its self Well after the fumes simmer down and you finally come down from your high you will realize that approach was not worth it Most times you will not only need cleaners but also tools to clean with These are a mop and bucket broom toilet brush rags a sponge a squeegee and and for all the shorties out there maybe a step latter Last but not least you will need a cleaning carrier to put your supplies in to make it easier to move them around In you carrier should be all the cleaners except the ammonia the toilet brush
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