Bathroom Cleanliness

Use Lizol to keep your Bathroom germ free and Clean

For complete Disinfection :
Light soiled areas should be cleaned with Lizol mixed with water
Heavy soiled areas should be cleaned with Lizol without any dilution 

Color code hand and bath towels
This way everyone has their one color so family members don't swap towels and viruses

Don't share toothbrushes

Germs can be passed along that way Replace your toothbrush regularly after you've had any illness such as a cold or flu because germs can remain even after you've recovered. Here's why: When you brush, you remove plaque and particles so toothbrushes can become contaminated with bacteria, blood, saliva, and oral debris. This contamination can be passed right back to you.

Always flush with the lid down
Polluted water vapor erupts out of the flushing toilet bowl and it can take several hours for these particles to finally settle -- not to mention where If you have your toothbrush too close to the toilet, you are brushing your teeth with what's in your toilet.
Wipe down high-touch surfaces
Use Lizol on faucets, toilet flushers, cupboard handles, doorknobs, shower door handles, and any other area that you touch with your hands
Let the water run
Germs can grow in showerheads. If you haven't used yours for a while, let it run hot on full power for a minute or two to flush any germs away before showering
Scrub showers, bathtubs, and countertops.
These should be cleaned to help reduce the spread of viruses, fungi, and bacteria. Do it at least twice a week with a disinfectant that contains bleach. Here's what can happen if you don't: "Germs can line the walls (of the tub) and you can easily touch the surface and then touch your mouth.What's more, the dead skin cells that sit on inside of the tub can be contaminated. If someone with a cut or open wound goes in the tub, those organisms can infect that wound and increase the overall load of bacteria."

Use Lizol around the Bathroom for complete protection from Germs.