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If hiring a cleaning team to regularly tidy up the home is not an option for you, prepare to spend quite a bit of time cleaning your home…especially with the New Year around the corner. If you plan on having your annual general cleaning of the house, you may find useful this checklist. Make sure to go through all of the questions.
Ask yourself the following questions when cleaning the house
Have you cleaned your kitchen appliances like your microwave oven, toaster, and gas range?
Have you washed the outside and inside of the refrigerator?
Have you scrubbed and cleaned the bathroom tiles?
Have you washed all the rugs, toilet seat covers, and shower curtains?
Have you cleaned and refilled the medicine cabinet?
Have you dusted the ceiling, blinds, and shades? And don’t forget to remove the cobwebs.
Have you washed the windows, walls, curtains, and screens?
Have you vacuumed or wash the draperies? Have you cleaned all the light fixtures?
Have you waxed, polished or repainted your wooden furniture?
Have you had your carpets steam-cleaned?
Have you had your upholstery steam-cleaned?
Have you cleaned the radiators and air conditioners or humidifiers?
Have you cleaned your garage and your car?
Have you bought new beddings, pillow covers, and curtains if needed?
Develop a house cleaning schedule, declutter and organize your house! Good luck!
Tips to keep your kitchen clean
Keeping your kitchen clean is essential. It’s a place where you eat and cook your food, so make sure to clean it regularly and thoroughly. Most of kitchen surfaces can be cleaned with a simple solution, which consists of a ¼ of a cup of bleach and a standard spray bottle with water. Shake it before the use and spray the area you want to clean. After a minute of sitting, wipe it with a clean terry cloth. Then wash it and wipe the surfaces again with the wet terry cloth. It will help you dispose of any dirt in your kitchen. But that’s not all.
Keeping your food safe in a clean kitchen
Be very careful with the food itself, especially with meat. It may become a source of bacteria, if you won’t treat it right. Always carve it on a special cutting board, which should be immediately washed when you’ve finished cutting meat. Keep it in a separate section of your fridge, and
always cook it with a high temperature to dispose of any possible threat. Make sure that after a dinner you’ll spend 5 minutes to clean your kitchen up. Keep products in special containers and always cover them before putting into the fridge.