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So, long story short, one of the drains in a bathroom I share with my brother backed up. It wasn't pretty... there was shit and toilet paper floating in the shower itself, and while I didn't see any of it on the floor outside the shower, I imagine it's just hiding. Regardless, the entire floor needs to get cleaned.
The floor's dried out by now (don't ask, it's gross).
So I'm thinking about taking a mop & bucket to the situation, with a couple of caps of bleach (Clorox, don't know if the brand name makes a difference) mixed in with the water. Is this effective?
I've got an entire unused jug of the bleach, so I have no qualms about using more if necessary. There is a window in the bathroom, and I can set a fan in there as well if needed. I don't mind if the floor is slightly stained by it (linoleum). I'm going kinda scorched earth with it, throwing almost everything in the room away.
Moreover, what other common household cleaners should I avoid using for a few days after the bleach? Is bleach strong enough for the shower itself, do you think, or should I wait a couple days and then use something else in there?