ou recently finished your bathroom renovation in North Vancouver. Everything is new and shiny, as well as fresh and clean.
It’s almost a shame to use your newly remodeled bathroom because it looks like a showroom.
You then notice the new deep bath we installed, as well as the amazing new rain head shower that provides massage after a long day. We enjoy basking in the fruits of our bathroom renovation in Vancouver.
We hope that by sharing these tips, your bathroom renovation in North Vancouver will look as bright and shiny in 10 years as it does now.
Here are some helpful tips to maintain your bathroom:
Register your warranty
Your bathroom contains numerous moving parts from various manufacturers. We keep the manuals and instructions in the cabinet’s top drawer for future reference. Keep these in a safe place for future reference in the unlikely event that you require them.
Creating good air flow within the bathroom can aid in mold prevention. Leaving the window open, opening the blinds during the day to let light in, and using an exhaust fan while showering or bathing are all ways to avoid mold. It’s a good idea to remove the fan cover plate once a season because dust will accumulate on the grill.
Cleaning the drains on a monthly basis is not only good for hygiene; it also helps to keep your waterproofing system working properly.
Sparkling Clean Shower
After showering, rinse your shower walls and shower screen with water. Shower systems with hand showers come in handy for this.
Wipe down your shower screen with a squeegee. Use a squeegee on the walls if you have very large, high-gloss tiles.
When you’re done showering, leave your shower screen door open. This dries out the shower and reduces humidity and mold growth.
If necessary, clean with a soft rag and PH-balanced detergent. Non-bleach and non-abrasive detergent is required. Liquids, stains, and spills should be cleaned up as soon as possible. Use a glass cleaner and a non-abrasive sponge to remove dried or heavy stains. Leave the cleaner on the counter for 8-10 minutes. Then, using the non-scratch sponge, remove the residue. Remove gum, grease, or paint with a plastic knife and clean the rest with a soft rag.
It should be washed with mild soapy water, rinsed thoroughly with clear water, and dried with a soft cloth. In-tank cleaners should not be used. These products can severely corrode tank fittings. This damage can result in leaks and property damage.
We hope that these tips will assist you in maintaining your bathroom for many years to come. If you’re looking for a bathroom renovation contractor in North Vancouver, please call us on 778-228-8625 and we will be happy to assist you with your bathroom renovation project in North Vancouver.