How to Clean a Bathroom With WD-40. Cleaning the bathroom can take a lot of elbow grease and some household cleaners don't seem to work on everything you need it to. Still another use for WD-40. It's more economical than having a whole buffet of cleaners to choose from and it won't harm surfaces.
Start with the shower. Apply the WD-40 on a damp cloth to remove soap scum from the fiberglass shower doors with ease. Go down to the shower door track and use it to take up the grime. WD-40 with prevent mildew and mold from forming as well.
Rub WD-40 on the scuff marks on the floor or remove decals from the tub. Follow up where the decals were with some regular dish soap and water.
Remove water spots from the mirror. An added benefit is that the mirrors actually won't fog up anymore either.
Clean the inside of the medicine cabinet to prevent rust from forming.
Rub on any scratches to ceramic tile to hide them.
Apply it to curling irons, blow dryers or any accessories you use in the bathroom to rub off gunk and prevent rust.
Swipe the rubber mat with WD-40 to remove and prevent mildew.
Bring up the dirt off of grout and caulking. Follow with simple soap and water or some vinegar.
Apply to anything that squeaks or creaks on hinges in the bathroom.
Finish off your cleaning with a quick swipe to everything, especially the base of the toilet, sink and fixtures. They will stay clean longer.