How many of us enjoy a quiet Sunday spending the entire day doing our own thing? How many of us would cherish an opportunity to do just that? This tutorial might be the answer you are looking for. Here are some ideas to help you get more benefits from your hard labour and help your products work better for you. Organizing your cleaning schedule can be very beneficial in helping you to do the things you enjoy so much . . . . a little more often.
I have always paid close attention to dust in my house. It is actually the dust that makes the home feel dirty. People with allergies suffer most when dust is in the home. Dusting is one thing that takes time to do. It is also one thing that makes a noticeable difference in the home. By reducing the decorations and clutter, dusting is hardly any effort at all.
I recommend changing the air filters on heat pumps 1x monthly. This reduces the dust particles in the home as well as prolongs the life of the heat pump. Dusting appliances like the refrigerator, stove. washer and dryer will prolong their life as well. If you have been remodeling I suggest cleaning the duct work because when you remodel dust can be a real problem. My neighbor recently experienced this problem and I suggested she call and have the duct work cleaned. It is actually fairly reasonable in cost.
If you have an area of the home that tends to get overlooked alternate your cleaning habits. One week start upstairs and the next week start down stairs. This helps keep the cleaning balanced. Rotate your cleaning priorities. Pay close attention to dusting one week and the next pay close attention to windows and so on. In a couple of months you should be caught up on areas that have been neglected.
If you want to tackle a big job skip cleaning the guest room or other areas that can be overlooked for a week or two.
Clean and mop the floor.
The results were amazing! I have not smelled that odor again. It actually surprised me when I sanded the floors. I was expecting to smell it again while I was sanding but did not notice any odor.
I use this solution for a lot of things.
People this works!
I have used it on yellowed pillows, a stained mattress, blood stains in carpet, colored drink stains, pet bedding and of course odors.
Here is a picture of tennis shoes cleaned with this solution. I did very little scrubbing to achieve these results. I simply sprinkled the soda over the top portion of the shoe and sprayed it with peroxide, and lightly used a tooth brush to rub it in. Pictured are the results.
As you can see the results are convincing. This is just one example of how well it cleans, not to mention deodorizes.
If you have carpet that has pet stains, it may take a few applications. Sometimes if an area has had much abuse this method might not work, after all nothing is perfect. But it well worth trying before replacing the carpet. The best method is to clean it up as soon as possible. At least if you don't have time place an old towel over the top of the mess and step on it to remove most of the moisture. This will prevent it from soaking into the carpet further and getting between the carpet and pad.