Best methods of room cleaning

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Before one does any room cleaning, it is important to ensure that they do a complete assessment of the entire room. One should start from the ceiling and work their way down to the floor when doing a thorough room cleaning. This will ensure that even the smallest particles in a room are cleaned up for a person’s environment to be healthy.

1. Vacuuming

A room with a tile floor

There is no better way to clean your rooms than using a vacuum cleaner. In most houses, there is a vacuum cleaner that sits in the garage or some other place where it is out of people’s way. Vacuum cleaning can be done all around the house especially if you have carpets and rugs. All you need to do is plug in the vacuum cleaner and start cleaning.

2. Dusting

A room filled with furniture and vase on a table

Vacuum cleaners are used for getting rid of dust, but it can be very annoying to keep on doing this all over the house by yourself every day or every week. There are special dusters with cloths that you can use instead of a vacuum cleaner. All you need to do is dust the cloth all over the house and everything will be clean in no time.

3. Washing walls

When you want your rooms to look like new, it is important to wash them from time to time or at least once a year before spring comes around. For this process not to be a pain in the neck, you need to get a bucket and a sponge. All you have to do is add some soap and water, dip the sponge in this mixture and start scrubbing. If you find it difficult to clean with a sponge, use a brush instead.

4. Sorting laundry

Your rooms need to smell nice and fresh, but sometimes you need to go a step further. There are different types of room smells that are caused by your laundry. The best way to make sure they don’t spread through the whole house is to sort them properly before putting them in the washing machine.

5. Cleaning by hand

Sometimes it is easier to wash the floor or wipe down the countertops with your own hands. It might not be perfect, but at least you can make it smell nice instead of just washing everything in one go when you have a lot of work to do.

6. Washing windows

Even if you have a vacuum cleaner that cleans the carpets and rugs in your house, you might want to consider washing all of them when spring comes around. A great way to do this is with a squeegee that can be attached to any long stick. Just make sure it is not too wet or you might break one of your windows.

7. Using fragrance bombs

If you like the smell of lavender, blackberry, or other types of scents, you can place them in a bag and put them around the house. For example, there are special “fragrance bombs” that will make your rooms smell nice for days even though they don’t spread throughout the house too much.

8. Making your wall cleaners

There are many cleaning agents that you can buy in stores, but sometimes it is cheaper to make them by yourself at home instead of buying them. There are different recipes for these types of sprays which will work well if you combine lemon juice with vinegar or baking soda.

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