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How to clean your bathroom

From how to clean bathroom floor tiles to cleaning bathroom wall tiles, get your bathroom gleaming again with Vim.

How to clean your bathroom

Vim believes that beautiful homes and beautiful places make us all happier. This is why Vim products clean to reveal the beauty in your bathroom.

Refresh your bathroom floors, walls, tiles, shower, and sink with Vim’s range of bathroom cleaning products – your beautiful bathroom is sure to get you smiling! Vim is tough on dirt but gentle on surfaces – these products ensure beautiful results. Find out how to get your bathroom tiles clean here.

How to clean bathroom and shower tiles:

  • For shiny, clean tiles: Vim Cream, which includes 100% natural cleaning particles, removes tough dirt, leaving surfaces shiny clean.

  • Remove mould stains: Vim Ultra Power Mould Remover is highly effective at removing black mould stains in those hard to reach corners, which could spoil the look of your bathroom. Spray it on to the surface, and then leave the room for 15 to 20 minutes to give it time to act. Then, rinse the area with water or let the product dry completely.

  • Remove limescale and watermarks: Use Vim Power & Shine Bathroom Spray to remove soap scum and tough limescale stains for a streak-free finish.

How to clean a bathroom sink and tub

  • Start with Vim Cream to remove tough dirt. Watch it effortlessly rinse off for a beautiful shine.

  • Deal with bathroom bacteria with Vim Power & Shine Anti-Bacterial Multi-Purpose Spray. It kills 99.99% of bacteria.

How to clean a bathroom floor

  • After cleaning your bathroom surfaces, it’s time to make your floor beautiful again.

  • Vim Ocean Floor Cleaner is perfect for cleaning bathroom floor tiles, getting them shiny, clean, and fresh, with no rinsing needed. It’s your key to beautiful, shiny bathroom floors!

Goodbye ugly dirt, hello beautiful bathroom!

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