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Saturday, March 16, 2013

Tedious Cleaning and Rules For It

If the time has come for the big house cleaning and you do not know where to start from, you should follow a few rules:

Plan your work in advance not to wonder what to do during the cleaning. Better to do it all at once, rather than doing breaks when you get tired of the duration of the cleaning.

Living room
Put all the scattered belongings in a basket, for example, and start with the furniture and the floor. The cleaning of any room can go from the top to the floor. Clean cobwebs from the walls, dust from furniture, and stretch well the couch cushions. First wipe the dust off the shelves and wash the curtains. Clean the floor with a vacuum cleaner and then wipe it with a damp cloth. Back to the basket with the clothes. Start arranging them one by one and put them in place. When the curtains are washed, you can simply hang them on the ledge and they will dry.

Kitchen
Put dirty cups, plates and utensils in the dishwasher and turn it on. Take what you have in the fridge and cupboards. Clean the tablecloth and wipe crumbs off the counter. Dispose of garbage, then go with the vacuum cleaner.  Polish the stove and clean the sink.

Bathroom
Wash the sink and the mirror. Clean the toilet with a long brush. Disinfect the room after you clean the tiles. You can use a micro fiber cloth or a vacuum cleaner to collect hair and small debris. Replace old towels with new and ventilate the bathroom.

Also there are a few tips for cleaning that you probably never heard of.
You can read some of the easiest ways to implement rules for cleaning the house. Easy, quick, here's how your home will shine with cleanliness:

The best way to clean blinds: Close them down, then wipe with a dry cloth up and down. This will create an antistatic barrier that will prevent dust falling again on the blinds. At least for a while.

To clean glass vases, glasses and mirrors, use a coffee filter, not paper. It is cheap, does not leave any marks, streaks or annoying lint.

Wet pumice stone clean faster and easier dirty stove / oven, than any detergent or cloth.

To easily clean dirty microwave, put in a glass of water a little baking soda until it boils. Soda kills bad odors and then it will be much easier to wash the remaining dirt on the walls of the microwave.

The smell of the fryer - to reduce not spreading throughout the home, put some vanilla in the oil.

Computer Keyboard - clean with cotton or cloth soaked in alcohol. With gentle movements move to the keys, monitor and mouse. The trick is used for phones, too.

Mustard - To avoid visible stains of dried mustard in the garment, it should be rubbed with lemon juice. The stain will fade more if is exposed to the sun.

To keep white clothes - the color will freshen if you put in the water some lemon juice.

This article and photo is contributed by our guest author Angela Harpert, a devoted blogger and a devoted housewife who is always ready to share useful household tips for E14 Cleaners.

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