There are a few things we keep in the bathroom that ought not be there. These things may have been disregarded by you in light of the fact that frequently, leaving these things makes life easier for us.
The following are a few things that ought not be left in your bathroom:
Bathrooms are the perfect breeding ground for mold and mildew, and your towels are easily susceptible to these gross fungi. It is fine to keep one towel hung up in the bathroom, as long as you swap it out once a week. Turning on an exhaust fan can help dry out the room and your damp towel faster. Store extra towels in a closet.
Keep shower robes out of the washroom. Much the same as towels, moist robes could hold microscopic organisms, and moistness can give them a smelly scent. Let them dry in your wardrobe rather than on a snare in your restroom.
It can be nice to have some reading material available while you’re doing your business. But the books and magazines that are kept in the bathroom will absorb moisture, leaving you with wrinkled pages and deteriorating binding.
A 2012 study from Manchester University in England found that your toothbrush may house more than 10 million bacteria, and a portion of that comes from fecal matter that’s sprayed around the room every time you flush the toilet. To keep your brush as germ-free as possible, rinse and air-dry it after each use, and, if you still choose to store it in the bathroom, close the toilet lid before you flush.
Leaving your cosmetics items in the restroom exposes them to a lot of unwanted heat and moisture, which allows mold and other bacteria to spread and make your makeup go bad faster. And like toothbrushes, makeup brushes are also bound to get contaminated with fecal matter from sprayed toilet water. No one would want all that on their face.