Here are 6 tips to get you on your way to a cleaner, healthier home.
- Be prompt about removing trash from your home. Waste will only decay as it sits in a trash can. After emptying the fridge of last weeks leftovers, remove it from your home before a slimy, smelly residue is left in your container.
- Keep laundry and other perpetually dirty things off of your floor. A raised laundry basket will allow for easier cleaning with a broom underneath, preventing dirt and dust from piling up and being tracked throughout your home. A shoe rack by the door can alse save many a rug and carpet from discoloring.
- A short weekly routine of wiping down the flat surfaces in your home with a barely moistened cloth will stop dust build up and give the allergy sufferers living there a relief.
- Keep your surfaces free of everlasting clutter. Those "Catch-all" bowls and baskets are much easier to move than dozens of tiny items.
- Avoid cardboard and newspaper for storage, they can become difficult to move, attract unwanted critters and degrade over time. Plastic bins are a great option for all storage needs and can help a garage or closet become cleanable again.
- Make it a point to wipe up hot spot areas routinely. Beside the fridge and stove, trash bins, toilets and eating areas. These tend to account for most bad odors in your home.
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Posted August 01, 2014