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Deep Clean Your Home With the Latest Tools This 2020

Deep Clean Your Home With the Latest Tools This 2020

Keeping your house clean from top to bottom can be extremely time-consuming and is not exactly the ideal way to spend your free time. Whilst your regular cleaning routine may keep your house neat and organized, when did you last give your house a deep clean and hit all those hard to see areas? It is so important to give your house a deep clean about once a month just to keep it absolutely spick and span. A monthly deep clean can also have some great benefits for your family’s health as it enables you to clean out all the hair, dust, and other stuff that could cause allergies or respiratory problems.

In this article, we will introduce the latest tools to help you deep clean your home this 2020.

Microfiber Cloths

Microfiber cloths are a vital weapon in your deep cleaning arsenal as they are really effective for keeping the surfaces around your house stain-free and scratch-free. Microfiber cloths are really popular because they are cheap, last longer than other cleaning cloths and are extremely versatile. Using microfiber cloths is also safer for you because they enable you to clean without using harmful chemicals. Microfiber cloths have been proven to remove around 99 percent of dust and bacteria from every kind of surface in your home such as mirrors, windows, glass, wooden furniture, and even metal cabinets and appliances.

A Vacuum Cleaner

Nothing is more upsetting than having dust, crumbs of food or pet hair all over your floors and carpets. It is recommended to vacuum at least once a week to keep your home clean and allergy-free but if you have pets or children, you should aim for at least twice a week. Animal hair can be the most difficult thing to clean up but there are some really high power vacuum cleaner options that can do the job easily. There are so many benefits to using a vacuum cleaner as they require significantly less effort and time than sweeping the floor with a broom or beating the dust out of your carpets. Vacuums range in price significantly between models but the most important factor to consider when choosing a vacuum cleaner is its suction capabilities.

A Vacuum Cleaner

Scrubbing Brushes

For stains that are easily removed, microfiber cloths can do the job easily but for tough and hard to remove stains, you will need to use a scrubbing brush. Scrubbing brushes can be used to clean tough stains and to get into tight, hard to reach corners of bathtubs, sinks, toilets and tiles. 

Scrubbing brushes come in different sizes so stock up on small brushes to get into those little nooks and crannies and bigger brushes for cleaning your toilet and bathroom floors. To give yourself extra leverage and reduce the amount of elbow grease required, look out for a scrubbing brush with a handle for those really tough stains that just refuse to budge.

Mop and Bucket

There are some design ideas that simply can’t be improved upon and the mop and bucket is still the most effective way for cleaning linoleum and hard floors. There are all kinds of spills that can happen when you are cooking in the kitchen or if you have children and pets, and whilst you can wipe up small spills with a cleaning cloth, bigger messes will need a full-size mop. Look out for a mop with a big mop head and that has squeeze and spin capabilities. This will ensure that you can completely squeeze out all the dirty water to leave your floors sparkling.

Squeegees

Having big glass windows can provide your home with great natural light and give you wonderful natural views but the traditional method of cleaning glass windows with paper towels and a spray bottle is no fun at all. To get crystal clear glass in the shortest amount of time, you should have a squeegee in your home to reach for once a week. Squeegees are perfect for cleaning glass without scratching it and can also be useful in your bathroom as well, as you can use them to keep your shower, tiles and bathtub mold-free.

Keeping your house clean all the time can seem like a mammoth chore, but with the right tools, it doesn’t have to be. Staying consistent with your cleaning schedule will ensure that the mess and dirt don’t build up in your home and will make your weekly clean easier. A monthly deep clean will guarantee that your home is always in great shape so make sure to stock up on the tools in this guide.

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