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Everyone wants to come to a clean, organized, and clutter-free house, but many find household cleaning a tiring task. While essential, keeping your home spick-and-span is easier than you might ever think. Professional cleaners use techniques that help them finish the task quickly and achieve a whole new level of cleanliness. 

Follow these tips shared by professionals to make the most of your time and clean your house in no time!

  • Clean the Entire House

Make household cleaning more efficient by establishing tasks, like dusting, vacuuming, and mopping every room in the house, instead of focusing on one room at a time. 

  • Use a Caddy/Bucket/Tote to Carry All Cleaning Tools and Products

Whichever is available, carrying all your cleaning tools and products in a portable place makes the cleaning process quick and easier. It eliminates the time to look for tools and products you need when cleaning. 

  • Declutter

Before you get started, collect scattered, old magazines, books, and sneakers in each room. If they are no longer used, consider putting them away, throwing them, or donating them. 

  • Dust First, Then Vacuum

Turn off the ceiling fans before dusting. Dust the top surface of the furniture, the undersides of the shelves, picture frames, handrails, etc. Attach a microfibre cloth to the end of the mop or broom to clean blinds, upper shelves, and other hard-to-reach areas. Be sure to replace the old bed sheets with a new one before vacuuming. 

  • Wipe Mirror and Glass

Spray white vinegar on mirrors and glass surfaces and wipe them with a paper towel for a streak-free shine. 

  • Use Vinegar to Get Rid of Hard Water Deposits

Spraying vinegar on faucets, sinks, drains, and shower heads helps eliminate those awful rings of hard water deposits on their surface. Let it sit for a few minutes and scrub it with a sponge. 

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For hard-to-remove deposits, pour vinegar into a plastic bag. Soak the fixture and secure the bag with a rubber band. Leave it for an hour or two then scrub the fixture thoroughly to remove the watermarks on the surface. 

  • Clean and Disinfect 

Instead of using chemical cleaning products, mix ¼ to ½ cup of white or apple cider vinegar or hydrogen peroxide with a cup of water. Spray the solution on doorknobs, light switches, telephones, and TV remotes. For kitchens, countertops, kitchen and bathroom sinks, tubs, and toilets, spray and leave the solution for a few minutes and scrub them thoroughly to remove dirt and stains. 

To sanitize the garbage disposal, use ½ cup of baking soda and sprinkle it into the opening of the garbage disposal. Pour in a cup of white vinegar and leave the solution for about 10 minutes. Turn it on and let hot water flush the mixture. 

  • Sweep and Mop

Use a good old-fashioned broom to sweep away the dirt and debris on the kitchen and bathroom floors. Food particles on the kitchen floors can attract pests, such as rodents, insects, and bugs, into your home. To prevent pest infestation, contact a pest control in Collingwood.  

When mopping, make sure to start from the farthest corner of the room and move backward towards the doorway. Rinse the mop thoroughly to remove grime every time you finish cleaning a 4×4 foot area. 

  • Move Things as You Go

When cleaning a house, some people either move everything or move nothing. Moving everything can be time-consuming and moving nothing does not thoroughly clean the house. For effective household cleaning, use the move-as-you-go method. 

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For instance, choose a part of the counter to clean and move everything off of it. Tidy and wipe it dry and reorganize everything. Proceed with the next counter using the same process. Taking small sections at a time makes the entire process less overwhelming. 

  • Use an Olive Oil Mixture to Polish Furniture

For dried-out furniture, you can use a homemade oil-based mixture to dust its surface and restore its deep and elegant appearance. Mix 1 part of olive oil, 1 part castile soap, and 2 parts water to polish furniture. You can also apply the mixture to dull marble and stainless steel. 

  • Replace Dirty Furnace Filters

Furnace air filters help trap unwanted allergens, such as dust, dirt, mould spores, pollens, pet danders, and bacteria, to keep indoor air safe and healthy. Over time, these particles can block the filter and block the airflow into the unit, affecting the indoor air quality. Make sure to replace filters for approximately 90 days. For problematic HVAC, look for a professional in furnace repair in Richmond Hill.

  • Do Not Forget Your Yard

A clean yard provides your family, pets, and community a safe and healthy space. Be sure to mow the grass regularly to keep them healthy. Remove leaves and fallen fruits to avoid attracting pests. A company offering tree service in Newmarket helps prune trees and shrubs to prevent overgrowth and fallen branches. 

Keeping your home clean does not need to be a task you dislike. When you follow these pro tips and keep up with your chores, you can handle the job with confidence. Having a clean and organized home truly improves your life. A tidy home encourages more visits from friends, lets you relax better, and makes you feel proud of where you live.

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