The No-Nos of Cleaning
In order to keep the house clean until the next residential cleaning service arrives, you still need to complete certain cleaning tasks on a daily basis. Take note of the most frequent uses of cleaning products that may cause damage to your possessions and property, such as the ones listed below:
Incorrect way of cleaning floors. There are various methods for cleaning the floor. Hardwood floors will twist and warp if they take in too much water. Instead, you should only clean it with a damp mop. Cleaning the grout on tile floors is what matters most to tiles. In general, pick a cleaning product that works with the kind of floor you have.
Incorrect way of cleaning wooden utensils. Just like a wooden floor, you cannot soak wooden utensils with lots of water. A dishwasher to wash them is not advisable. It is preferable to hand-wash wooden utensils with soap and hot water and to let them air dry.
Incorrect product used against mold on porous surfaces. Because bleach works fairly well on hard surfaces like tiles and tubs, it is a good idea to use bleach to get rid of mold. However, it is not suitable for use on porous surfaces like drywall because it only lightens the material without killing it. The best method for removing mold from porous surfaces is to use borax or hydrogen peroxide. However, if the mold growth is larger than 10 square feet, it is best to contact a mold remediation professional.
Under-utilizing vacuum attachments. With the appropriate vacuum attachments, you can actually clean most areas of your home. The wand connection is capable of cleaning small areas and sharp edges. Dust can be collected from baseboards and window tracks with the crevice attachment.
When you clean every day, don’t use cleaning products and supplies in the wrong ways. Call Marianna's Cleaning Service in Freehold, NJ at (732) 492-9768 for all of your cleaning service needs right away.