Do not be afraid of the accumulated limescale in the bathroom! First, open the lockers. Like everyone else, you will have expired medicines in your first aid kit or ones that you will not need in the future. They can be taken to the nearest pharmacy.

Did you know? Cosmetics also have an expiration date. So do not risk earning an allergy and throw away the funds lying around in the locker after move

Shelf life of some cosmetics:

Mascara: 6 months
Skin care cream, makeup remover, foundation: 1 year
Lipsticks, lip pencils: 1 year
Nail polish: 2 years
Powder: 3 years
Now that everything is sorted, start cleaning. Start by applying anti-mold to walls and ceilings if dampness has built up over the winter. Read the article on how to get rid of mold in your home, especially in the bathroom.

Clean the tiles with a standard bathroom cleaner and then use white vinegar to thoroughly remove limescale.

Grout Cleaning Tip: Clean grout between tiles with an old toothbrush and toothpaste. Fairy tale, right?

Finally, clean out the shower/tub, toilet and faucets, remembering to use white vinegar on areas where limescale has built up. You can dampen a washcloth with white vinegar and leave it on the surface for several hours to remove buildup.

Don’t forget to wash your shower curtain. Add some baking soda and white vinegar to your washing machine and your curtain will be as good as new.