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More House Cleaning Tips

Posted on Feb 15, 2011 by in Cleaning Advice | 1 comment

Everybody wants to live in a nice clean environment in order to live healthy.

You don’t have to wait, until everything gets disastrously dirty, to start cleaning it. You should bare in mind that house cleaning is something, that you have to do every once in a while and by following these few steps you will save yourself a lot of time and headaches.

When you are cleaning the room, take a look around and start with the brushing and dusting first. Use a vacuum cleaner if you have to. After you are done look around again. If are still not satisfied with the results put the heavy artillery in action – mops, all-purpose cleaners.

Another important step is to start cleaning given surface with a gentle rubbing, wiping. Don’t use cleaning detergents, that could damage your hot plate or any other part of the furniture, for example. If you can’t remove the stain completely maybe it is a better idea to leave it like that, than destroying your electrical appliance.

Useful advice is, when you start cleaning a room, to spray everything to be cleaned and let the detergents to sit for a while. In that time you could do something else.

Next step, is to test the cleaning compound before you actually use it. You should definitely do that test, especially if you are using it for the first time. House cleaning is something that should be taken seriously. And at the very end, some of the objects that you are cleaning could be very sensitive to humidity. Therefore make sure you don’t get them wet. It’s a good idea to spray some of the cleaner first onto the cloth you are using and wipe carefully afterwards. This goes out especially if you are cleaning electronics.

1 Comment

  1. Sound tips, I like the way you have put safety first here, which is always essential when doing any type of job, not just cleaning even tough it can often involve using and cleaning electrical appliances.

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