Monday, November 20, 2017

Top 5 Tips For Home Cleaning

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By Chioma Iwunze-Ibiam
Every relationship coach and a romantic knows that love and romance thrive in clean and tidy spaces. Yes, beyond the health benefits of cleaning there are also relational benefits. And except you are an exceptionally tidy person, you might struggle with cleaning every part of the home. When you live in a high tech, fast-paced world, it is difficult to tear yourself away from work, social media, news and entertainment. Quite naturally, clutter will accumulate with time. This will automatically make house cleaning and organizing daunting and boring tasks.
Cleaning little by little, everyday can help you stay on top of cleaning chores. Don’t forget to delegate some duties to other members of your family. Crumbling under the pressure of house chores or any kind of work for that matter will only leave you exhausted and resentful.
Below are five home cleaning tips that can help you make your home a more hospitable space to live in.
  1. Simple Cleaning Tips For Your Bathroom

Cleaning the bathroom can be quite a daunting and tricky task. But if you know the right tricks, you will find that it is easy to keep your bathroom and toilets clean. First, advise every member of the family to shower with the windows open. This will help keep off humidity and mold. For privacy, you can install a light curtain at the windows.
For time to time, toss out empty bottles and packets. Empty the waste bins and clean moist surfaces. Drying wet surfaces will prevent hard-water stains that might need tough chemicals to clean.
  1. Cleaning Your Deck Furniture and Upholstery

Most of us spend a lot of time cleaning the upholstery and deck furniture in the home. The job gets more difficult when there is a stubborn stain that won’t just go away. The more difficult the stain, the more unique the technique for getting rid of it.
Couples with little kids might be struggling to wipe of paint or crayon stains from living room couches while wine-loving couples might be finding it difficult to remove stubborn wine stains from their Lay-Z-Boy couch or bedchamber chaise room.  The process of cleaning your upholstery might just need simple tips such as cleaning often, treating stains immediately, and removing covers before cleaning. When you have to clean your carpet, you might use water, detergent, vinegar, baking soda, vodka or even hairspray. It depends on what kind of stain you’re trying to get rid of. Again, it depends on your cleaning goals.
If you have pets, using a hoover fh50150 carpet cleaner  will help you get rid of allergens, animal fur and other stubborn dirt on your upholstery, carpets, and other deck furniture. If you need to clean rust from your metal-framed furniture, all you need to do is to sand it down and rinse it off. Don’t be scared to do this as often as you ought to.
  1. Cleaning The Laundry Room

Apart from the routine sweeping and mopping, all the laundry room needs to stay clean is a little order. Organizing the clothes into bags for washing, drying and folding will keep the laundry room neater than you can imagine.
As often as possible, discard empty bottles and boxes from the laundry room. Empty bottles and boxes simply clutter up the space.
  1. Techniques For Cleaning The Kitchen

The kitchen isn’t always an easy space to clean. Depending on the weather and the temperature, kitchens can be quite tricky to clean. In humid climes, garbage tend to stink faster as discarded food and vegetables are likely to rot faster. In colder climes, moisture can gather in different parts of the sink. Mold can quickly form on surfaces if you don’t scrub them on time.
Use detergent and water to scrub your garbage cans clean. Rather than discard foods directly into the can, consider wrapping them in a paper bag or polyethylene bag. This should reduce the stink you’ll have to deal with in your kitchen.
Clean your appliances often. Wiping the surfaces with a dry rag is the best way to go about this, especially if the weather is dry and dusty. Clean your toasters, blenders, fridge and freezers with utmost care.
  1. The Food Store or Pantry

Stores built with high quality furniture are easier to manage. Your store should be spacious enough to contain foodstuff and utensils that aren’t currently in use. The purpose of the store is to help you maintain a tidy kitchen. It isn’t a place for you to store junk or foods you won’t ever consume in a thousand years (if you get to live that long).
Use labels to help you organize every usable item. This will make it easier for you to locate items. Make clear rules and regulations for everyone who has access to the store or pantry. The rules should ensure that the items in the pantry are handled carefully and that they are always organized.
Make a habit of cleaning pantry shelves. Sweep and mop the floors often to reduce the amount of debris and dirt that often accumulate in stores.

These tips should make it easier for you to keep your home clean and tidy.

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