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Essential Cleaning Supplies



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By : Edwin Sproat    99 or more times read
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Cleaning is a part of your everyday life. Whether you are doing a general cleaning or a regular light cleaning, it is important that you have the right cleaning supplies to take on the dirt. This will make your task easier and will help you finish the chore faster. Make it safer too by choosing non toxic cleaning supplies.

You will need various cleaning materials at home. You need this to keep your house clean and in order. In order to identify the materials you will need for cleaning, think of the major areas that needs attention.

When cleaning start from the ceiling, to your walls, down to the floor. With this in mind, identify what you will need for each part of the house.

The ceiling

You will surely need something to wipe the cobwebs off the corners and other areas in the ceiling. Although there are commercial products available today, nothing beats the good old rags.

It is the least expensive cleaning material you can find. You can use old cotton shirts or socks. They are reusable too. You can wash them every time you finish using it.

In addition to the rags, you will also need rod to clean hard to reach areas. Attach the rag at one and hold the other end to clean the parts of the ceiling.

The wall

The wall is not as tough to clean because they are easier to reach and less dirt accumulate there. Regular simple dusting will help maintain its tidy look. You can use simple dusters and rags for this.

You will also need to clean the window. You will need window-washing liquids to see to it that they are clean. However, you will usually get a streak on the window while cleaning.

While there are products that promise you will not have to deal with it, you can use what you have at home to see to it that your window remains shiny. Streaks occur when your cleaning tools leave residues on the windows that do not evaporate during the drying process. To prevent this, use newspapers instead of paper towels. Make sure you have this in your cleaning kit.

The furniture

You have to be careful when choosing cleaning materials for your furniture. There are cleaning solutions you can use. However, there are those that have strong chemicals. They might damage your plastic and wooden surfaces.

In most cases, you can use soap and water to clean your furniture. You can also use furniture polish to keep them looking new.

The floor

Use vacuum to remove dirt from your carpet. Sweep non-carpeted parts of the floor. Mop them every ones in a while to remove the dirt that was stuck on the floor. In addition to the mop, you will need floor cleaners and buckets when mopping.

The bathroom

You have to see to it that your bathroom is clean as well. There are usually build up of soap scum in different areas of the shower area. See to it that you have a good cleaner to remove those easily. You should also have an anti-bacterial spray to deal with the germs that might be lurking in there.

It is also important that you have a storage area for your cleaning tools and make sure that they are organized as well. This means that your bathroom cleaning supplies should be separated from your chimney cleaning supplies. See to it that the area is clean.

When cleaning, use something that will help you transfer the cleaning tools easily. This way, you will not have problems moving from one room to another.
Author Resource:- BIO

Edwin Sproat Jr and Robi Pagoni are cleaning experts. For more great cleaning tips to keep your home clean and organized fast, visit http://www.SpeedCleaningStrategy.com and receive your free 10 day mini eCourse just for visiting the website.

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