Bathrooms are one of the most 'functional' parts of your home, in that they're filled with all kinds of fittings and fixtures that get used daily, by everyone in your home. Bathrooms are subject to more humidity and water than anywhere else in your house too - and for these reasons, they need much more attention than the rest of your house.
When it comes to cleaning and maintaining your bathroom, there's one golden rule: the more often you do it, the easier it is!
Bathroom flooding? Don't panic - in this article we explain how to stop the flooding, how to prevent any further damage and how to stay safe when your bathroom's flooded.
A blocked toilet can be an awful thing, and knowing the right way to unblock one can prevent a bad situation from becoming much, much worse...
In most cases, replacing your toilet seat is an easy and relatively inexpensive task.
For obvious hygiene reasons, cleaning your toilets is the most important part of maintaining a clean bathroom.
Find out how to deal with stubborn water film on glass, how to clean a shower head and how to wash tiles to make your shower sparkle like it's new.
Cleaning mould is not simply a matter of wiping it off and assuming the job's finished. Find out how to effectively clean rust stains and get rid of mould for good in your bathroom.
Blocked drains in your kitchen are no fun - but thankfully they're not too difficult to deal with. Read our guide on how to unblock a drain and save yourself from a watery disaster.
Baths need to be cleaned regularly to ensure that they're a pleasant place to bathe. Find out how to safely and effectively clean your bathtub.
A clean bathroom mirror will affect how big the room feels, as well as how much light is reflected throughout the bathroom.
Cleaning your vanity is good for hygiene - it's also a way to prevent permanent stains, and to keep your bathroom looking good.
Caring for saunas isn't that complicated. For the most part, it comes down to knowing how to clean up after yourself, and what sorts of things you need to avoid.
There's nothing worse than a leaky tap - except perhaps a dirty and leaking tap. Find out how to clean and maintain your fittings.