How to Remove Fur and Dust from Floor
How to Remove Fur and Dust from Bathroom Floor
By Jane K - 29 of Mar, 2021
Mary asked, “How do you clean the gross floor of a bathroom that has hair and almost like silt on the floor? What are the steps. Help… There are all these tiny white hairs that seem to come down in the water droplets from a shower and they get all over everything. Nothing seems to clean them up easily; when I try to sweep them up they just get tossed up into the air and when I try to wipe them away with a cloth, they don’t get picked up. What do I use to clean this?”
Normally dusting is thought to take place in the living room or bedroom, however, bathrooms are actually one of the main rooms where dust is created: as we exfoliate, brushing our hair, etc. The moisture in the air makes is much easier for dust particles to begin sticking together as well and forming what can appear as tiny hairs can actually be clusters of dust particles. Paper fibers from toilet paper can also create these particles of hair-like dust, and having pets in the home can add to hair on the bathroom floor as well. Here are the steps for getting a bathroom floor clean and free of hair, dust and debris.
Table of Contents:
- You Still Need
- Steps to Clean the Bathroom Floor
- Additional Tips
2. Step To Clean The Bathroom Floor
The bathroom floor should always be cleaned last when doing a bathroom clean; it’s important to always start at the top so any dust or spray cleaner droplets don’t fall onto a clean surface below, making it necessary to clean that surface a second time.
If the area around a toilet is particularly dirty, wipe up any mess first before cleaning the floor.
Switching to a brand of toilet paper that gives off less dust can help to keep the bathroom more clean.
Vacuums that have a HEPA filter are best to avoid having even the most miniscule dust particles being tossed back into the air while vacuuming.
Always use a cloth product to clean rather than a paper towel as the paper towel can leave behind lint dust.