What are you set on cleaning this spring? And are you going for basic cleaning or are you set on cleaning every corner and crack in your home? It doesn’t even matter because when it comes to fresh and tidy homes, you need only the best cleaning products to get you the very best results however deep you’re cleaning.
Believe it or not, but when shopping for spring cleaning supplies, people easily forget the essentials. Go grab a pen and paper then and let’s get to the checklist.
Can you tell me wiping down the windows isn’t the first thing that you jump right into? It’s on everyone else’s checklist too, right there at the top.
Choose only premium window cleaners that will out-smudge mirrors and make everything shiny again, including the interior of the car. Bottom line is you should be buying a multi-use glass cleaner, the type that cleans even stainless steel.
A must have in every household are mold cleaners and stain-remover products. If you live in a house where mold doesn’t build every winter, then lucky you! For many of the households in America, it’s all about removing mold this spring along with cleaning windows.
Mold grows and expands in the winter months because of all the humidity and dampness, but it stops growing if it’s deprived of moisture, so people sometimes become aware of the problem long after mold has installed.
Spring cleaning is the perfect time to remove mold because you have the good weather advantage to adequately ventilate your home. So choose a solid cleaner and open your windows and doors for some of that fresh air to help kill mold.
The first thing people often forget is perhaps one of the most important – disposable gloves. And don’t even think about getting started on that bathroom without them.
You know why disposable gloves are indispensable, right? They prevent chemicals from burning your hand and lower the risk of getting germs while cleaning. Make disposable gloves one of the first things you buy for spring cleaning.
Tough cleaning products
For those about to barbecue, tough cleaning products are essential. Look for bleach-free cleaners if you are chemically sensitive. Also, go for tough cleaners that work on a wide range of materials and surfaces. You should be able to find at least a few that include barbecues, kitchenware, stainless steel, copper, glass cooktops, metal, porcelain, and bakeware. Expect to pay up to $15 dollars for a well-worth acquisition.
Cleaners for home appliances
How often do you clean your washing machine? Probably not that often.
Don’t worry, many people forget to clean the appliances in the house, but you should take note that it is quite important to give them a scrub every once in a while, especially the major appliances that you use daily or regularly. That includes the dishwasher, the coffee maker, the washing machine, the refrigerator, the garbage disposal and the microwave.
Use any of these appliances often enough, and you’ll start to notice dirt issues and foul odors. If you are getting knocked out by a bad odor coming from your washing machine or your clothes are coming out smelly instead of smelling nice, it’s cleaning time.