Vinegar is an all-around awesome tool for cleaning multiple parts of your bathroom. You can pour white vinegar into the tank and it will help in disinfecting from bacteria and mold. It's also an eco-friendly option.
The fresh smell of grapefruit can spruce up any room, but it can also help you take out the grime in your bathroom. Slice one open and sprinkle one-quarter of kosher salt on top. Then use the grapefruit as a scrub over the tub or sink, gently squeezing it to release its juice on to the surface.
Toilet ring stains are arguably one of the most glaring and stubborn things to deal with in a bathroom. Using a toilet brush might take a while, but here's a suggestion: mix your cleaner of choice and use a pumice stone instead. The cleaning fluid will loosen the grime up and the stone is hard enough to scrape it off while not damaging the porcelain.
On the topic of toilet brushes, they eventually get gross after repeated use. But you can keep it clean and fresh if you pour a bit of all-purpose cleaner into the brush holder; it will even disinfect it. Best of all, as an added bonus the smell from the cleaner wafts through the room.
8. Fix Your Drain With Some Anti-Indigestion Pills
Just like your body, you can drop Alka-Seltzer down the tubes and clean out the drains. Just pop a few tablets along with vinegar, let it sit for about ten minutes, then pour at least a tea kettle worth of hot water. Turn on the faucet at full heat to check if it's cleared up.
A shower curtain is filled with mildew that a regular wash might not be able to get rid of. A great way to knock it out is by adding 1/2 a cup of baking soda to the washing detergent and then putting it in a gentle wash cycle. During the rinse cycle, pour in 1/2 a cup of vinegar. Make sure to dry the curtain on a rack.