New Year, New Cleaning Strategies

January is finally here. What better way to start the new year than by cleaning your house while coming up with efficient ways of house cleaning. In this article, we will discuss decluttering, cleaning solutions, and cleaning tools you may want to invest in 2021!


How Can I Declutter My Home and Keep it That Way?

Tackling the root of decluttering is one of the very first steps. You may be wondering, where do I even begin? As mentioned in a ZenHabits.com article, author Leo Babauta recommends starting with five minutes of decluttering one section, then, work with another five minutes the next day. Before you know it, you can have a whole section of your house cleared up. Feeling overwhelmed is normal. Keeping your house as a spot for collecting unwanted items or leaving items scattered around is not. Furthermore, once you identify your cluttering habits, get in the mode of clearing things out. Put unwanted items into a box, donate items to charity, have a spot for papers you get in the mail, create a thorough list to not buy any new items, etc...

Cleaning Solutions and COVID-19 Prevention

Clorox Wipes are your next best friends. Did you know, Clorox Bleach-Free Disinfecting Wipes kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses? Not to mention, they are safe to use on most surfaces. Additionally, we also recommend the "Stoner Invisible Glass Premium Glass Cleaner" as displayed on a BusinessInsider.com article which comes in an aerosol and spray form. Investing in this product will leave your home or apartment absolutely sparkling clean. Feel free to use this product on any glass surface including the exterior of your car windows.

Housecleaning Tools You Won't Regret Buying

Microfiber towels will ensure that your windows and surfaces are clean effectively more so than a regular cloth. A squeegee is a must-have for the tub and shower. This will allow you to keep your shower mold-free. Not to mention, you can use a squeegee on windows as well. Last but not least a scrubbing brush is essential. If you don't have one already, scrubbing brushes come in handy to remove tough spots and stains. Careful not to scratch, and use a toothbrush instead for smaller hard to reach areas.

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