3 Easy Solutions For Common Bathroom Problems

Your bathroom is an area in your house that gets more foot traffic than anywhere else. When you really think about it, you spend a lot of your time at home in your bathroom. Whether it be to do your duty, to shower, to take a relaxing bubble bath, to get ready in the morning, or to get the children ready for the day, you’re in and out of your bathroom a lot. Because of this, it makes sense that your bathroom will have problems associated with it that aren’t problems that plague any other area of the house.

Are there any common bathroom problems that pop into your head that you think are worthy of discussion? Or are you the type of person to avoid all things pertaining to potty business. You don’t want to be called a potty mouth, afterall. Lucky for you, the problems that plague bathrooms all over the world can actually be pretty easy to solve. Here are 3 easy solutions for common bathroom problems:

Be Aware

Many bathroom problems are not things that just spring up on you. WIth this being said, many of the common issues in bathrooms have to do with things that can easily be avoided if you’re just aware. For example, if you’re experiencing lower water pressure, the reason might be one of these things.

If you know that you have old pipes, being aware of the issue will mean that you’re able to watch for warning signs of trouble. In the same way, being aware can solved bathroom problems like clogged toilets and drains. It sounds silly, but if you’re aware of how much toilet paper you’re using, you can save yourself a gross plunging session and the walk of shame out of the bathroom.

Install a Self Cleaning System

Bathrooms get dirty. Fast. That just comes with the territory. The issue with dirty bathrooms is that nobody wants to be the one to do the cleaning. This means that somebody eventually buckles and does the work, but gets angry that nobody else will step up to the plate. To avoid issues like this, install things that clean by themselves. Toilet bowl cleaners are great. You could also get one of those vacuums that jets around your house and you won’t have to do a thing to see clean.

Clean More Often

Even though you can install toilet bowl cleaners and have miniature vacuums that roam around and do the work for you, you’ll still have to get down and dirty at times. To make the task of cleaning easier on yourself, clean more often and divvy out the workload. The more something gets done, the less buildup there will be to take care of. In other words, things that don’t get neglected don’t need as much work.

Anna Johansson
Anna is a freelance writer and researcher from the Olympia, WA area who loves to obsess about weird topics and then write about them. When she isn't writing, she is outside on her bike and comtemplating her eventual trip to graduate school.

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