Cleaning Hacks to Keep Your Home Sparkling & Spotless

Cleaning Hacks to Keep Your Home Sparkling & Spotless

FIRST STEP TO CLEANING, BANISH HOME ALLERGENS TO KEEP YOUR HOME SPARKLING

Some people find it difficult to keep up with a clean household. Sometimes it’s good to have a system to stay motivated.  And what better system to be motivated than one with a few cleaning hacks? So, if you live in an old apartment or house and if you can’t keep it as clean as you like, hacks to make your place fresh and beautiful is the way to go. Sparkling and a spotless abode is anyone’s comfort. It’s important to banish allergens and odors, to stay well and good.

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CHECK YOUR VACUUM CLEANER BEFORE YOU TURN IT ON

You may feel frustrated, especially if you’ve been cleaning one day and the next day your home looks like an utter disaster. But don’t fret, it is possible to keep up.  First things first:  check your vacuum cleaner.  Maybe it’s clogged with stuff and you don’t even know it. If you don’t know how to maintain your cleaner, all you have to do is a quick search on YouTube.  There are so many wonderful people out there who have posted ‘how tos’, when it comes to fixing all sorts of items. Then get to work.  You want that vacuum cleaner sucking up dust and debris in order for your place to be sparkling and spotless.

SPOTLESS MATTRESS AND OTHER THINGS ONE HACK AWAY TO GLORY!

Next step is to banish any smells from your sink.  The natural way to do it is toss some baking soda down the drain, let it sit for an hour.  Then boil some vinegar and then pour it down the sink.  This will not only help with a sparkling effect, it will get the funk out.  Next set is to get a duster extender and dust your ceilings.  It’s shocking what you’ll find stuck in the highest places.  And most important cleaning hack of all, is check your mattress. Dust mites live on mattresses and can cause havoc on your breathing.   A good way to clean your mattress is to pour some baking soda all over it and let it sit for a while.  Then plug in your newly cleaned vacuum and suck it up spotless!

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