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Which Tools to Use for Systematically Cleaning 5 House Areas

As a professional cleaner, we don’t just cleanwherever we feel like cleaning, we have a system so that we can bring good home hygiene. Before we dig deeper into that system we must first identify the areas that need to be cleaned which is the kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, living room, and dining room.

Start With the Most Difficult Area

As opposed to our rule in taking exams, you need to start with the most difficult area to clean. The reason behind this is that you still got a lot of energy to spare, thus, ensuring that you will be able to cover every corner of the area.

Tools that are commonly used in this area are toilet brush, brush scrubs for rough dirt on the floor, squeegee for cleaning excess water from the walls as well as for clearing bathroom mirror, and microfiber cloths for buffing the mirror and finishing up without leaving scratches.

Deal with Dusting And then Organize

Once you’re done with the bathroom, you can proceed to dust the bedroom, dining room, and living room. It is recommended to dust first so that you can just let it fall off the floor and clean it afterward. You can also organize whilst dusting to keep an efficient workflow.

To ensure that there are no dust residues and even pet hairs in every nook of your furniture, you can use feather duster for dusting, and sponges and microfiber cloths for removing other dirt.

Start Vacuuming

Get your vacuum to clean the dust and the rest of the dirt on your floor. You can also use the old broom and dustpan if you want, but it would take much more time.

Proceed to Mopand Drying

After you have ensured that there is no dirt left on the floor, you can mop it up and then use a soft cloth to dry the area.

Save the Kitchen for Last

The kitchen actually the only part of the house that is constantly cleaned which is why most of the time, you can just wipe the cabinets, appliances, countertops, with microfiber cloths or dust off the dirt, and then deal with the sink, and then, that’s about it.

If you find it tedious to do all of these, you have the choice to contact a local cleaning businessnear you.

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5 Household Cleaning Tools that You Must Have

The world has been moving too fast and most household setting has been modernized. I mean when a household mostly has adults under their roof, it is common to have all of them have work already. In that setting, most of those households might hire a local cleaning business to do the job for them.

Now, if you are a part of that population, I am talking about but you still find the time to do the task yourself, then I think it is just right to provide you with 5 of the top household cleaning tools that you need for your all-around cleaning activity.

Microfiber Cloths

I have also mentioned this in my previous blog and I will not stop emphasizing how important microfiber cloths are. You see, unlike feather dusters and other tools that you usually use to clean stuff, using this one really ensures that the dirt sticks to the cloth, thus, absolutely leaving no residue.

It is also lightweight and has no rough surface like towels and other types of cloth so even when you clean countertops, appliances, glasses, you will not be leaving any marks and streaks.

Spray bottles

If you think that buying a pre-mixed solution for home cleaning is the most effective, then you got it all wrong. The internet has got a lot of mixes that you can use. It is much more effective and probably safer because most of these mixes involve little to no chemicals.

Having this on-hand also makes things easier since you can control the amount of water or solution that you could use while cleaning.

Scrub Brush

This actually is a very common household tool and even without this article, you should have one lying around your house. There are endless things you can do with a brush but, of course, the main reason one has is to remove rough dirt from our floors, not applicable to tiled floors, flower pots, patio, and a lot more.

Squeegee

An all-purpose squeegee can go a long way. Its use can reach from removing excess water from walls to cleaning reflective surfaces such as mirrors and windows without leaving unattractive marks. It is also very easy to clean which means that it will not be a burden when being used.

Sponges

There are different kinds of sponges and each of these has its own uses. For example, a wire sponge is used for grills and other metal items. A dry sponge can be used to clean pet hair sticking around your furniture, carpet, and fabric curtains. As far as I know, there are still 6 other sponges that I have not mentioned.

I know that there are cleaning materials that already have smart technology but sometimes there are areas that need to be manually cleaned and for that, these items can come in handy.