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The last thing you want when you get home from work is a dirty home. How should I keep my home clean? One may ask… let's find out.
The ideal way of preventing infections is to keep your home as clean as possible. Allergens enjoy dirty spots in your home where they can easily multiply. There are several things you need to do to minimize allergens in your home.
Before you get started with your cleaning campaign, unplug the phone and switch off the TV to avoid unnecessary disturbances. Play music (not emotional) will keep your spirit high and stirred up.
The most appropriate place to start with is the kitchen. You can quickly clean up your kitchen while you're still fresh and energetic. Most germs are contracted in the kitchen, toilet, bathroom, doorknobs and telephone handles.
You must take all your cleaning tools with you when you go to each room to avoid tiring ups and downs. To make it quick and interesting, get the family involved. Delegate everyone to clean each other's room, if possible.
- Lightly polish and dust furnishings regularly
- Vacuum carpets twice a week
- Scrub and wipe the window sills
- Clean your doorknobs as often as possible, they are the first point of assessing a clean house.
- Indoor plants may also carry dust and germs, you'll need to clean them regularly or rather replace them with
- Clean combs and brushes with chemicals.
- For pleasant odors, air fresheners are to be used as routinely as possible
- Wipe refrigerator handles as often as possible
- Always wipe the basin and bath after every use
Don't forget to:
- Wash clothes in hot water (50 C) for more than 30 minutes once in a while.
- Wash bedding in hot water (50 C) for more than 30 minutes at least once or twice a month.
- Spare time for your garage. Most dust creeps from the garage into the house and into the car.
- Make up your bed every time you wake up, it encourages you to sort the other mess out.
- Set up your closet and keep shabby clothes in a basket
- Clean your living room everyday
- Wipe your doorframes
- Fix all leaks in and outside the house
Edible transmitted germs and bacteria may cause serious complications in the immune system and cause dangerous diseases. So you need to store your food in safe places such as -
- Store foods in air tight containers
- Keep utensils in a clean dry place
- Wash your foods thoroughly before you cook or eat (especially fruits and vegetables)
- Defrost your freezer and clean it at least once or twice a week.
- Clean your stove and microwave ovens as often as possible
- Don't leave dirty dishes for tomorrow
If the yard is too big for you to clean or you don't have time for it, get home cleaning service to do it for you. Both the back yard and the front yard…
- Mow the lawn as often as possible. Mold and pollen often develop and multiply in the lawn. Wear face mask and gloves when working outside. As soon as you are finished, quickly change clothes and take a shower.
- Trimming - Your plants will look much nicer when trimmed and tactically positioned.
- Planting and watering – plant leaves trap dust and germs, but they need enough water for survival as much as you need food.
- Collect and manage all the garbage
To avoid allergens from invading your home, you need to engage in few hygienic exercises:
- Use Air conditioners and filters to moisten the air in your home.
- Keep bathrooms free of mold and mildew.
- Avoid pets or restrict them to certain areas.
- Wipe hard surfaces with damp cloth regularly.
- Exhaust fans may assist the
of pollen in the air of your home.
- Vacuum mattresses and carpets regularly.
- Prohibit smoking in your home.
- Vacuum everything once a week.
- Invest in ozone-free air fresheners
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