The objective of cleaning is not just to clean, but to feel happiness living within that environment.
Bring A Toothbrush… For Cleaning, Of Course
We all know that a cloth or sponge or other cleaning instrument cannot reach little areas we need to get clean, so a toothbrush is a handy and inexpensive cleaning tool.
Use Microfiber Cloths
“Microfiber is the best
Cut The Clutter
Anytime we clean or organize (or reorganize) our desks or kitchens, we remove the obvious first, like the biggest messes.
Do The Bathrooms Last
I like to do these first, to get them over with, but Stickney said to do them first, to avoid cross-contamination.
Use Cleaners… They Work!
I love using lemon juice and/or vinegar to clean, but you may like a store-bought solution. No matter what you use, Good Housekeeping says to spray… then let that spray set.
Vacuum, Then Mop
Just like we sweep before we mop, vacuuming before mopping is key, too.
Don’t Forget The Electronics
“Turn off the TV or monitor, then use a dry microfiber cloth and gently wipe the screen.
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