Clean Home For All Lifestyles by Erica Rodrigues - Musely
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Clean Home For All Lifestyles

posted in Home & Garden
04/10/2015
  • The #1 tip for a clean house is organization.
EVERYTHING has a place, and there's a place for EVERYTHING!
Clothes, toys, shoes. mail, hangers, throw blankets, etc. can be easily and effectively stored in bins and out of the way.
    The #1 tip for a clean house is organization.
    EVERYTHING has a place, and there's a place for EVERYTHING!
    Clothes, toys, shoes. mail, hangers, throw blankets, etc. can be easily and effectively stored in bins and out of the way.
  • Wiping surfaces every morning/night or really any chance you get during the week is very important. 
These clothes are amazing so useful all around the house.
    Wiping surfaces every morning/night or really any chance you get during the week is very important.
    These clothes are amazing so useful all around the house.
  • Wd40+stainless steel=😍
They were made for each other. 
Just a small spray on some paper towel and wipe down your sinks and appliances,they'll shine like new.
    Wd40+stainless steel=😍
    They were made for each other.
    Just a small spray on some paper towel and wipe down your sinks and appliances,they'll shine like new.
  • When its cleaning day, work from top to bottom. Start from ceilings fans, ceiling corners, light fixtures, bed frames, etc. then surfaces as tables, countertops, etc. 
**the pillowcase method is really helpful.
Using a pillowcase to clean your fans makes life much easier.
    When its cleaning day, work from top to bottom. Start from ceilings fans, ceiling corners, light fixtures, bed frames, etc. then surfaces as tables, countertops, etc.
    **the pillowcase method is really helpful.
    Using a pillowcase to clean your fans makes life much easier.
  • When cleaning your bathrooms, first use a dry cloth to remove hair and dust from surfaces, immediately vacuum before spraying anything or getting anything wet
    When cleaning your bathrooms, first use a dry cloth to remove hair and dust from surfaces, immediately vacuum before spraying anything or getting anything wet
  • Bathroom: clean your toilet first or at least spray your choice of cleaner to let it penetrate and sanitize. Make sure to spray the hinges of the toilet seat and the screws tob the bottom. Then do your shower/tub, and at the end clean your sinks, counters and mirrors.
    Bathroom: clean your toilet first or at least spray your choice of cleaner to let it penetrate and sanitize. Make sure to spray the hinges of the toilet seat and the screws tob the bottom. Then do your shower/tub, and at the end clean your sinks, counters and mirrors.
  • My fav thing to use on wood floors.
But of course test a small area first or with the manufacturer etc. to be sure. Its also great on tile and stone.
    My fav thing to use on wood floors.
    But of course test a small area first or with the manufacturer etc. to be sure. Its also great on tile and stone.
  • For Laminate floors cleans and shones without too much residue.
    For Laminate floors cleans and shones without too much residue.
  • Window sills and where the window locks are, are the most overlooked place. We usually get the blinds and just forget about whats behind. Don't let it slip your mind because the dirt and dust there accumulates quick.
    Window sills and where the window locks are, are the most overlooked place. We usually get the blinds and just forget about whats behind. Don't let it slip your mind because the dirt and dust there accumulates quick.
  • Use a wet cloth/sock, then a dry one to clean blinds and shutters.
    Use a wet cloth/sock, then a dry one to clean blinds and shutters.
  • The cedar mop is really wonderful and works wonders for all floor types.
    The cedar mop is really wonderful and works wonders for all floor types.
  • Use course salt and a slice of lime/lemon to clean your cutting boards
    Use course salt and a slice of lime/lemon to clean your cutting boards
  • Use these for everyday messes, works on everything, no harsh chemicals, smells great.
    Use these for everyday messes, works on everything, no harsh chemicals, smells great.
  • Keep a swiffer sweeper and duster close at hand and use often, if not daily.
    Keep a swiffer sweeper and duster close at hand and use often, if not daily.
  • Use half a bagel to clean paintings.
    Use half a bagel to clean paintings.
  • Keep coffee maker, sugar, creamer, and mugs on a tray to keep things easy to reach and organized.
    Keep coffee maker, sugar, creamer, and mugs on a tray to keep things easy to reach and organized.
  • Keep a Squeegee in every shower to keep water marks off glass doors and make your life easier when scrubbing your bathroom.
**make sure to replace the rubber every once in a while
    Keep a Squeegee in every shower to keep water marks off glass doors and make your life easier when scrubbing your bathroom.
    **make sure to replace the rubber every once in a while
  • Use pledge for use wood furniture. Personally I live to dust and allergen pledge for weekly use, but to really moisturize your wood use the extra moisturizer once a month. I recommend using Pledge lemon polish every two months, so your furniture doesnt become greasy.
    Use pledge for use wood furniture. Personally I live to dust and allergen pledge for weekly use, but to really moisturize your wood use the extra moisturizer once a month. I recommend using Pledge lemon polish every two months, so your furniture doesnt become greasy.
  • The Libman, quickie and scotch brite glass cleaning rags work magic on glass and mirrors.
    The Libman, quickie and scotch brite glass cleaning rags work magic on glass and mirrors.

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