Common house cleaning mistakes you should avoid

by Ryan Rackley August 07, 2018

Common house cleaning mistakes you should avoid

Efficient house cleaning is a necessity that ensures that your household stuff doesn’t deteriorate and your rooms look aesthetically appealing. Whether you are a clean shower door or kitchen cabinet, avoid the mistakes discussed below.

Vacuuming in the beginning

The first step in the cleaning should be dusting and wiping down all surfaces. This should be followed by vacuuming. If you do this step prior to dusting, you might have to repeat the process again by the end.

Not using the right tools

A lot of tools scratch +the household items and the damage due to this is permanent. Various residents have faced such issues while using a hard brush for scrubbing the carpet. On glass and abrasive metals, apply soft materials for cleaning purpose.

Mixing cleaners

Unless the brand directs you to do so, you shouldn’t mix the cleaners on your own. Such combinations can be dangerous and badly harm your kitchen/bathroom area and your body.

Not reading the instructions

When using the home cleaning products, always read the instructions by the manufacturer. As not all products are made equal, each one needs to be used separately as directed by the brand.

Relying on lemon or vinegar for cleaning everything

Though suitable for fibreglass and ceramic tiles, vinegar or lemon shouldn’t be used on limestone, onyx, and marble. These cleaners can damage the surface of several materials like the ones discussed.

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