22nd May 2017
Windows- The most important thing here is to remember to clean the outside as well as the inside. Doing this on a cloudy day insures that the cleanser isn’t dried prematurely.
Stainless Steel- This is meant to be shiny, right? Simply use a specialised cleaning solution on the areas you want sparkling. Continue once every week to keep them that way!
Countertops– Consider having your countertops sealed again, preventing damage. Further to this you just should make sure to clean up any unwanted spills as they happen.
Silver- Do not use a dishwasher for these! Use something small to clean them, such as a toothbrush along with special silver foam, you want them looking their best after all.
Wood Floors- Mopping these floors often can ruin them, In actuality you should only mop once every 2 months, simply spot-clean the rest of the time. Remember to use furniture protectors so you don’t scratch the surface!
Tiling- Create a homemade cleaner with baking soda and water, then utilise a mop or sponge to clean the surface.
Closet- It’s all about organising. Get rid of old unused clothes then sort your clothes. you can sort them by colour, style or whatever helps you.
Bedding- Pillowcases and sheets should be cleaned every two weeks, meanwhile your actual pillow and duvet should be washed 3 times a year.
Mattress- Simply use your vacuum’s crevice tool to clean every nook and cranny then spray it over with some disinfectant spray, simple!
Painted Walls- Maintenance is key here, routinely spot clean these walls with a cloth or sponge and water. Consider using a little washing up liquid if the mark persists.
Bookshelves- Sort all your books by size first and then subject, prioritising large imposing books on top. Mix it up by stacking some books vertically and some horizontally, this takes away the monotony of rows.
Broom- A simple solution; swish your broom around in warm, soapy water as needed.