Tips for a Deep Spring Cleaning
To make spring-cleaning simple, we would like to offer you some suggestions for handling various areas of the home.
1. HOW TO CLEAN THE WINDOWS?
Rather than simply wiping them down from within, ensure you take to the outside amid spring-cleaning season to evacuate spots and smears you don't usually handle. Wash them on a shady day to guarantee that the sun won't dry the chemical before you're finished wiping. Likewise you can utilize our Ecolux 115 steam cleaner with a window wiper which offers another cleaning method through expelling the dirt from windows and sheets with pure water and normal energy of steam without leaving any smears.
2. TAKE CARE OF THE CABINETS, COUNTERTOPS AND STAINLESS STEEL IN THE KITCHEN
After some time, build up can gather on your kitchen cupboards – particularly in the event that you don't run the hood fan over your range while you cook to keep oil from settling. To remove this build up, you can utilize a cabinetcream to slice through the soil and leave wood wet and moist.
The initial step to averting stone stains is to get your countertops resealed a couple of times after installation. You'll know it has been sealed correctly when water forms beads and drops on the top of the surface. At that point have it sealed again a year later, amid spring cleaning season. From that point forward, you'll simply need to ensure you wipe up inadvertent spills when they happen.
What's the purpose of having stainless steel in your kitchen if it's not shinny and clean? To make your surface shimmer once more, you can utilize a light fog of wax-based vaporized spray - however ensure you don't put it on excessively or you may leave the surface smudged. Keep on using this cleaner once or twice every week.
3. STILL STAY IN THE KITCHEN AND CLEAN THE DISHWASHER, OVEN AND REFRIGERATOR
To guarantee this major appliance gets all of the filth and food stains off of the surface, you need to clean it as well. To begin with, expel any bits of food on the base. About once a month, run a cycle with a cleaner made for your dishwasher as well.
In the event that you ever begin to notice smoke or something burning when you turn on your broiler, it may be an ideal opportunity to give it an intensive cleaning session. Indeed, you can chip off free pieces from your range, at that point spray the substance with ammonia, sprinkle baking soda and a couple of drops of white vinegar on the base. It will rise and then at that point you only need to wipe away the grime with a sponge or cloth.
This applies to both the outside and inside. Remove the internal parts of your refrigerator or ice and wash them with warm soapy water. At that point, wipe down the surfaces that can't be removed within and wipe before returning racks in their place.
4. WHAT ABOUT THE TILED SURFACES?
We recommend cleaning lavatory and kitchen tiles with a cleaner that has "unbiased pH" on the label. You can likewise blend baking soda and water for a homemade cleaner: Pour 1/2 cup of baking soda into 2 gallons of water and blend extremely well. At that point apply the fluid with a mop or wipe. For grout, utilize a similar baking soda and water blend, however for extreme stains, see a professional.
Generally, for cleaning a few surfaces we also recommend using the Ecolux 115 device, due to its quality dry steam, the security of the protected cover and of its development and the wide range of accessories, cleaning has been made easy and simple without the utilization of any synthetic substances. Simply check the steam level use level and pick the correct brush or spout!
Let's check the floor surfaces.
5. HOW TO WIPE THE WOOD FLOORS?
Despite the fact that you may believe that wiping your wooden floors each week keeps them clean and maintains them, this errand could actually deteriorate them. Rather, you should just wet-clean them once every one to two months and spot clean them as required. Also, make sure you utilize trivets or saucers under plants to maintain protection from water damage and utilize furniture pads to avoid scratches. We recommend to test our SMOP.
6. HOW TO CLEANTHE CARPETS AND AREA RUGS?
Less-trafficked zones of your carpet only need to be cleaned a few times per year, and at regular intervals for the bedroom. For high traffic areas, the most often you would need professional cleaning would be three or four times each year, however you may require more specific spot cleaning should trouble areas become routinely dirty and also to maintain a healthy living environment. You don't need to clean area rugs each and every year. Simply clean them each four or five years - or less periodically if a floor rug isn't walked on much. Over cleaning may add wear and tear. Be that as it may, you can treat occassional stains with club soda. Stains caused by pets, coffee, soda pop, red wine, and anything with color or a corrosive base are the hardest to care for, and the key is to act rapidly. Our suggested solution is the S115 deep vacuum cleaner. The mix of the brushes and nozzles with the advanced surface suction control expels soil where it cumulates on every floor.
EXTRA TIP: TAKE CARE OF THE BROOM
To be rid of annoying dust bunnies, wash your broom in warm, sudsy water as required. Another option would be to clean the broom with your vacuum cleaner. If you choose this option, make sure that you clean the nozzle afterwards.
Shouldn't something be said about the bedroom?
7. ORGANIZE YOUR CLOSET
Sorting out your storeroom is the initial step to arranging whatever remains of your home. Dispose of unused garments and accessories, and arrange the rest by how you dress in the morning and by the colour. Your storage room will look better and your regular routine will be simpler.
8. WASH YOUR BEDDING
Regarding your comforter, bedding and pillows, these items should be cleaned every two weeks or so. These important materials should be run through the washer regularly but make sure and check the label first as some materials are more delicate than others.
9. FOCUS ON THE MATTRESSES
When you are washing your bedding is obviously the ideal time to focus on what's under your bedding! At the point when your sheets and comforter are being washed, we suggest using a S115 vacuum's care brush PL1, which has been created to completely remove mites and allergens on mattresses and upholstery. With the patented Vacuflex™ attachment, you will never lose ground contact.
EXTRA TIP: DON'T FORGET TO CLEAN YOUR WASHING MACHINE
Try not to wash your garments in a machine with a bad odour. Be sure to sanitize it with refined white vinegar and baking soda to maintain its efficiency and freshness. Run the machine with heated water, at that point include the cleaning liquids, and let it sit for 30 minutes to an hour. Then restart your machine, let the water deplete, and wipe it dry.
Let’s check some common surfaces in the rooms now!
10. PAINTED WALLS
Keeping and maintaining the paint on your walls requires special attention. Clean your walls with a simple cloth and/or a sponge and water. In the event that a stain or spot is more difficult to remove, try using a bit of dishwashing liquid soap, the milder the better. On the off chance that the stain persists, apply a couple of drops of cleanser specifically onto the wet towel or sponge you're utilizing. Make sure and rinse the area with plain water after cleaning.
Some order should be used to sort the books on your shelves such as size, subject or author. Books with torn or ripped covers or jackets should be removed or repaired. Make sure not to get rid of anything of value. The arrangement may include some books laying vertically or horizontally in some sort of pattern. This will soothe the dullness of columns. Also important! You can utilize our S115 vacuum cleaner too… with a small combi-nozzle, which is the perfect tool for removing dust from books' surfaces.
Lastly, let’s go outside!
12. WIPE DOWN THE PATIO FURNITURE
Before spring starts it’s a good idea to wipe down your seats (without the seating pads of course) and tables with a blend of warm water and a small bit of dish soap. You should try to utilize bio cleansers for cleaning surfaces as well. After applying the cleaning soap, wash off with the water from your garden hose and let dry before using.
Now you can relax as you have completed an intensive cleaning. But if you need any additional support, consult with us and we can personalize all your healthy environment. Our sales representatives will be pleased to demonstrate the advantages of our products and give you a lot of interesting information and tips about healthy living.
(source: House Beautiful)