Household tips

Household Tricks: How to clean every surface

There are tricks that will help you manage easily without damaging the material

This time we’ll get down to floor and windows. Depending on the material, each surface has features that must comply with its cleaning. So it will end successfully without being damaged part of the interior.

Wooden parquet

In a bucket of hot water dissolve a few drops of dishwashing liquid or multipurpose cleaner. Mandatory clean area with well-squeezed rag! Do not experiment with sprays and other products for wooden furniture – they will make the flooring slippery.

Laminate

Dissolve half a cup of vinegar in a bucket of water. Wipe with a well-squeezed cloth to water does not penetrate between the elements. Do not use soap or detergents of wax as it will cause unpleasant mat layer on the laminate. The abrasive particles they can scratch it. In the presence of grease, you can uses a solution of ammonia and water.

Vinyl Flooring

Dissolve about 3/4 cup of ammonia in a bucket of water. Use a soft cloth. Do not use strong detergents or abrasive or pasty ones, because they leave unwanted layer on factory shine. Remove stubborn stains with a sponge or soft nylon brush that are immersed in the above solution.

Marble, limestone, granite

They are easily cleaned with warm water in which you dissolved a few drops of dishwashing liquid.

Animal hair from carpet or carpet

Do you know you can assemble them with the windshield wiper?

Mirrors and glass

Best use only water and a microfiber cloth. If the mirror / glass is really very dirty, make a solution of vinegar and hot water in equal parts, help her with a glass. Beware the solution does not come in the corners of the mirror – can accumulate moisture behind the glass and cause damage. Stubborn stains removed by paper soaked in vinegar and water. For sparkling clean windows call a professional cleaning company. Except for the floor have to care for the carpets with carpet cleaning Enfield.

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How to clean the house before you move out of it

Moving into a new home is often good news, especially if it is better than the old! This does not mean that we are only required to get our things and send the keys to the landlord. To have no problems with it, it is good to clean the apartment and leave it at least in the form in which you have hired. Here are some practical tips, which will make this task much easier.

Remove all pictures and wall stickers

Look good premises and remove all the pictures and decorations off the walls. Similarly, remove and different stickers, adhesive hooks or magnets from the refrigerator so that it becomes like new. Furniture stickers can be removed by heated them with a hairdryer and pull gently and remove remaining glue with cotton soaked with a little oil. Be careful and do not use abrasive materials on smooth surfaces and solvents that can damage the color of the furniture.

Replace the burnt light bulbs and clean the lampshades

The lampshades of luminaires frequently gathered more dust than we think, so clean them thoroughly with a damp cloth before you move out of your old home. Check lights everywhere and if a bulb is burned out, replace it with a new one, so leave the premises in immaculate condition to be happy to return the keys to their owners.

Take care for the kitchen stove

With time on the stove can accumulate dirt, despite our persistent attempts to clean it regularly. To remove grease stains easily and with improvised means, put some baking soda in warm water and gently wipe the resulting liquid stove. For better results, you can apply the solution and leave to act for about 10 minutes before removing the dirt with a sponge. Do not forget to clean even the dishwasher and kitchen cabinets, which may have remained unpleasant stains.

My advice is to hire a professional cleaning company if you are not sure in your own cleaning abilities. When I changed my apartment I used the services of End of tenancy cleaning Tunbridge Wells. They will guarantee the return of the deposit.

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