Published at Wednesday, September 26th 2018, 19:10:16 PM. Bathroom Vanity. By Sunniva Persson.
Vanity tops are a great room to store hand soap, toothbrush holders, cologne, makeup, plus even razors. These items do sense. They're bathroom parts that you apparently use all day. So it makes thought to have them at arms reach. However, there are any items you probably shouldn't keep on them. Here are several of them:
We all have our room anywhere we keep plus charge our cell phones at home, some keep it on room furniture, others keep it on their computer desk, some even keep it in their car. Also, there are those that keep with charging their `cell` phones in the bathroom. This is not an immeasurable spot, Why? Because it's surrounded by water - plus water is not a friend of cell phones. Keeping also charging your 'cell' phone on vanity tops is asking for trouble, the sink is to the left, also the toilet is to the right (in some cases). It's better to keep it out of 'harm's' way, so keep it off the vanity top.
Vanity tops, although nice also flat, weren't expected for jewelry storage. All it takes is one slight nudge to send a piece of expensive pearl jewelry down the sink drain or flying off the vanity top into the toilet, trash, or some unknown hole. It's better to keep ’your’ jewelry in a jewelry box that's on top of a table or bathroom vanity top. This is the safest area for small jewelry. Vanity tops like to "eat" small jewelry also hide them from you forever.
Bathroom Cleaning Supplies
Not only does it seem tacky to have brushes, bottles, and sprays on your vanity top, it can also be dangerous. If you leave out powder bleach products also harsh cleaners, it's possible the cleaner can end up on your toothbrush, in your rinsing cup, or even contact lens holder. These are places you don't ′want′ harsh bathroom cleaners. All it takes is a slight breeze to send the cleaning product particles all around the bathroom. So keep these items under ‵the‵ sink, not on top of your vanity.