I decided to take a slightly different approach on this occasion, inspired by a video I'd seen recently, whereby they suggested taking everything out of the room, to facilitate giving it a good clean. I took everything from the shelves, windowsill, bath side and put them all outside on the landing.
This then gave me a lovely empty room to get started on, with no obstacles. The only things left in there were cleaning products and tools.
(Apologies for the dark image above, as I didn't have the light on before I started, nor the flash on my camera)
I then got cleaning. It took a couple of hours in all, but I started at the top, cleared away any cobwebs and then applied cleaner to the tiles from top to bottom. I cleaned the grout between the tiles, sink, bath, toilet, shower screen, windows/sill and shelves and then started to put everything back, cleaning everything first, of course.
By the time I'd finished the whole room was sparkling clean. In fact, I don't think I have managed to make it feel this clean since we refurbished it 6 years ago. It felt very satisfying indeed.
The system of removing everything did work quite well, as I didn't need to move things around to get to surfaces. I will definitely use it again.
Here's some pictures of the finished results. (With lighting this time!)
One room down, I'll be back with another kitchen spring cleaning post soon.