As much as we want to clean what’s in front of us it’s also very important to clean where you can’t see. It’s not a situation where it’s out of sight out of mind. If you want your home clean then you have to do it right. You can’t just sweep dirt under the rug.
To make it easier to clean hard-to-reach places then you need to have the right tools. Tools that will help you reach hard to reach corners and places. Detail cleaning doesn’t need to be expensive as you may already have the right tools in your shed. You might not even need to call in professional cleaners if you’re feeling up to it.
How to Clean Window Blinds
There’s a three blades microfiber cloth specifically made for blinds, but I can argue that a non-scratch dishcloth or a regular microfiber cloth will do the job.
Although, you really to put some elbow grease in there to get the window blinds clean with just a regular cleaning cloth so make sure that your cloth is durable and easy to clean.
I suggest that you get The Crown Choice scrubber cloths because they are durable and easy to clean. Our scrubber cloths are easy to maintain, just wipe, run the cloth under running water, and air dry for the next use.
Window or Shower Door Tracks
There are removable windows or shower door tracks that are easier to clean since you can remove what’s in the way. If you can’t remove your window or door this will still apply.
Use a vacuum with a crevice tool to loosen as much grime as you can. Use a flexible and sturdy brush to scrub the tracks with soap and water.
Use another set of detail brush to carefully remove more dirt buildup. You might need to splash some vinegar to help loosen stubborn grime.
Ceiling Fan Cleaning
There’s a curved duster you can use for efficiency or you can use a makeshift curved duster using a bottle brush wire or handle wrapped in a durable sponge cloth.
Pillowcase Method to Clean Ceiling Fan
This doesn’t sound like it’ll work but it’s quite effective. You’ll clean your ceiling fan without making a mess.
No dust all over the floor and all over the room will save you from allergies too.
What you need
1. step ladder
Here are the steps.
Step 1: Carefully set the step ladder in a good position where you can clean the ceiling fan
Step 2: Use the pillowcase and insert it on the ceiling fan blade
Step 3: Pull the pillowcase in a way that you’re also pulling the just from the blade
Optional: You can use a mask or rubber gloves to avoid allergies
Step 4: Collect the dust inside the pillowcase
Step 5: Repeat the process until all blades are clean
How to Clean Under Fridge, Oven or Cabinets
Another homemade solution can help you with this. Wrap a microfiber cloth or sponge cloth on a yardstick and secure it with tapes or rubber band. Then use like a duster underneath the heavy furniture.
How to Clean Over Tall Cabinets
Cleaning on top of cabinets is difficult if you don’t have a ladder or an extending, pivoting head duster. You can use a sturdy chair as a step stool. Unfortunately, there’s no way around this if you have a tall cabinet.
Now you can use a soft cloth soaked in warm water with dish washing soap. Use this to wipe accumulated dust particles.
How to Clean Behind Toilet
While it’s straightforward to clean the toilet cleaning behind toilets is not as easy. You need to get down on your knees, use gloves, a grippy brush, and start scrubbing behind the toilet. Use bathroom cleaning liquids and bathroom disinfectant cleaners as needed.
How to Clean Showerhead
Cleaning the showerhead is hard if you don’t know the right way to do it. Here’s how.
Get 1 part water and 1 part vinegar in a plastic bag. Immerse the showerhead into the bag. Secure the plastic bag with a rubber band. Soak it for 30 minutes to an hour. Remove the bag and brush the loosened deposits. Rinse under running water.
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