Most people think using an exhaust fan will remove steam.
They remove most surface steam.
Best way to ensure all moisture has gone, is open windows for a few hours.
This will allow the bathroom to fully clear.
Upon arrival back, grab the items mentioned yesterday.
For safety, please wear disposable gloves.
I start with vanity mirror.
Then use anti bacterial wipes, wiping down the surfaces, including taps/faucet/s & outer side of vanity, discard.
Grab a blue cloth & wipe over, removing residue. Then grab a microfibre and remove streaks, this should shine them.
Next, if you have a bath, spray the bath with an environmentally friendly product, then grab a scrubbing brush and scrub the bath, then the taps/faucet/s, grab the wipes and wipe over the bath. Continue until completely wiped over. Grab microfibre, same.
Then moving onto shower.
Spray the shower screen, grab your scrubbing brush and scrub the shower screens. Grab a blue cloth and wipe over, followed by a microfibre cloth.
Next spray the taps/faucet and wipe with a blue cloth and microfibre.
Next, spray the floor, in sections, scrub the tiles until all scum removed, move onto the next section. Once completed, use the shower head to remove the residue, if any scum left, repeat, until all scum removed.
Once finished, vacuum bathroom.
Grab spray mop, place a red microfibre pad. In the water bottle, 3/4 fill with clean, filtered water, then fill with disinfectant. Place in holder, then mop bathroom.
W/C: Grab toilet brush & clean inside. Then pour some cleaner in bowl. Then use an antibacterial wipe, wipe top of seat, then cistern, under seat, outside of bowl.
Wipe over with a blue cloth only, discard.
Mop W/C, ensure a red pad.
Once floors dry, you can steam mop both areas. Please don’t use carpet glider, (triangle plastic), as it will scratch the tiles.
Once completed, wash cloths, spray mop pads & steam mop pads. I usually add 2 capfuls of disinfectant.