How does one efficiently clean-up hair from sink and counter area after shaving or trimming beard?
After shaving, but more so trimming my beard (using electric trimmer), mustache, or trimming my hair a bit their is inevitably leftover hair to be cleaned up after the fact despite best efforts to contain the mess, such as crouching down over the sink and other methods I am intentionally not listing.
The clean-up process can end up taking longer than the actual grooming. I would like to find a more efficient way to clean it up so I do not leave little hairs pieces remaining nor it take longer than shaving/trimming.
Taking into account I know hair is more stubborn around any residue (soap, toothpaste, etc) , calking, and angles to easily be cleaned up.
I already have tried the following:
- Using baby wipes (work best of what I have tried, but not good enough)
- Using Toilet Paper
- Hot vs. Cold water doesn't seem to make a difference as far as getting the hair to bunch or attach to rag.
- Microfiber rag (damp and dry)
- Normal bathroom towel.
- Vacuuming is not a practical option, nor did using a dust buster hand vac the one time I tried it both to noise, convenience, and some hair will be wet.
I really want to focus the answers on the cleaning aspect, not prevention. I did not list every prevention I do or try method on purpose and some of them being listed will will simply transfer the problem that would again create cleaning problems. So focus on the 'cleaning' aspect please.