Continuing the discussion from Overwhelmed! What is the best way to…?:
So it appears that not everyone is familiar with black light magic. Black light (long wave UV light) can be used to detect urine, blood, semen, those fingernail clippings that @EllenN missed and much more. Not everything that glows is icky but it doesn’t hurt to clean it anyway.
I wanted to take a picture of what is shown with a black light from my own listing. I couldn’t find anything on any of the linens or carpet. Finally…in the bathroom! The first image is what the bathroom wall next to the toilet looks like in normal light.
The next image is of the wall illuminated with the black light flashlight I have. See those bright glowing white specks? I don’t know what those are but given the spray pattern location I’m guess that it is the result of male urination spray.
The last image is of the wall after cleaning. The toilet brush holder and toilet didn’t have this spray because they get wiped down after each guest. Even the baseboards get wiped down every so often (not each time, just to keep the dust off). The wall however, hasn’t been washed since right after the remodeling was finished.
Don’t judge. I’ve got to go finish washing the bathroom walls. BRB.