5 Best Cleaning Tips To Make Your House Look Like New
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Clean the outside first
Outdoor furniture can be a pain to clean, what with all the dirt and leaves that accumulate on it. However, if you do the outside first, before you start scrubbing your indoor furniture or carpets, any broken pieces of furniture will have time to dry out.
Don’t vacuum the same room twice
When you vacuum, the dust that is left behind will settle. When you go over the same area again, it will create a larger pile of dust than before. This means that when you vacuum a room for the first time, the air in the room will be cleaner and cleaner each time you vacuum.
Don’t let your vacuum suck up other stuff
It’s always a good idea to vacuum up dirt and pet hair as you go, but some people feel the need to vacuum the entire house at once. To avoid this, don’t just vacuum up your messes as you go. If you want to get your whole house clean, vacuum one room at a time and then move on to the next. This will help ensure that you pick up the messes before they have time to pile up and get out of control. Dust is actually made of human skin cells, so it’s important not to vacuum it along with other particles! Vacuum your carpets first, then use a brush attachment (or carpet cleaner) on furniture and hard-to-reach places.
The most important thing you can do for your home is to clean regularly. This means doing a thorough clean once a week. You’ll need to vacuum, mop, and wipe down all surfaces in the kitchen, bathroom, and other common areas.
– Wipe down all surfaces in the kitchen, bathroom, and other common areas
Residual wipe is the final touch
The 1st step is to ensure that all floors are thoroughly dry before applying any type of wax, polish or sealant. The second step is to wipe down the entire floor with a damp cloth, using a circular motion. If this is not done, then you can end up with “residual” water which will later cause the floor to appear streaky and dirty. The 3rd step is to apply wax or polish and buff it in with a microfiber cloth.
The 4th step is to wipe off any excess residue on the walls and furniture which may have been left over by the waxing process. The 5th step is to use an appropriate cleaner for any stubborn dirt or stains on your floors – never use paint thinner, gasoline or other chemicals as these can damage the floor finish.
Cleaning can be a daunting task, especially when you’re tackling the whole house. But with these 5 simple tips you can make it a whole lot easier on yourself.
First, clean the outside of your home first, so that the dirt doesn’t just get tracked back inside. Next, don’t vacuum the same room twice to avoid any chance of dirt or dust getting sucked up. Third, make sure you’re not sucking up any other stuff with your vacuum—otherwise that dirt will just end up all over again. Fourth, clean your house regularly. And finally, don’t forget the residual wipe—this is the final touch that will make your house look like new!