1. Keep the stainless steel shiny from
Fingerprints, stains and watermarks,they are the enemies of sinks and stainless steel countertops. Mineral oil can help you defeat them.
Pour a little mineral oil on a cloth and wipe it once a week.
The mineral oil also helps maintain toothpaste and other items in the sink, making it easier to wipe them off.
Another thing is to make sure that nothing but a bottle of soap and alcohol (or other essentials for you in addition) will be on the bathroom sink to maintain maximum sterility and cleanliness.
For this purpose it is recommended to put a device for brushes and toothpastes and a faucet without automatic contact to save water and excessive moisture.
2. Window polishing is a winning method.
Can't get the shine you want with a splash of soap and paper towels?
Our chosen tool is a professional-level window mop, which you can find in almost every homeware store or online.
Put a drop of dish soap in a water bottle, wipe it generously on the window with a cloth, then close it.
Go from top to bottom and wipe the blade of the squeegee each time to the bottom,
And you will get a window free of stripes and dirt.
If you do not want to use a mop, we recommend a glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth. When wiping with the cloth, use horizontal strokes and approach to make from top to bottom.
Do not clean a window by rubbing in circles, which can leave streaks, and avoid wiping glass with newspaper or paper towels, which leave residue.
3. Clean using the NML method, ml.
Clear from top to bottom, left to right.
Start at the top of the room, like a ceiling fan dust, and work up to the floor to avoid unnecessary work.
Do not start cleaning a room by wiping the coffee table, then the shutters, and you will see the dust falling from your shutters covering your new coffee table that you have just cleaned. Start at the top of the room, like a ceiling fan dust, and work to the floor to avoid unnecessary work.
Also, left-to-right cleaning ensures that you cover the entire room instead of leaping from place to place.
Most people see something and clean it, and then they look up and see something else and clean it, and the dirt falls on what you just cleaned.
If you work from top to bottom and from left to right, you work once instead of cleaning newly cleaned areas.
4. Create a system for yourself.
To cut your cleaning time in half, it all starts with the system. That is, clean the house in the same order at a time: work on one room at a time, start and finish in the same place in the room so you do not waste time running back and forth,
Then proceed to the next stop at home.
Also at the station after it, we will continue with the same method.
Work only on the room, start and finish in the same place in the room of your choice - usually at the entrance, finish the room without going back and forth all the time, and continue to the next stop.
To reduce the time, you need to be consistent - this is the whole premise.
You do the same thing every time you clean, so it's a routine. Routine is the method, and it's a better way to clean up because speed comes from the method instead of rushing and improvising.
If you do, you can actually clean your house in half the time. This is not a gimmick.
5. Lemon is the secret
Rust stains in the yard, balconies, floors and entrance are an ugly sight, but you do not need acid to remove them.
Use lemon instead. The acid in the lemon juice will dissolve the rust. Cut the lemon in half, squeeze the juice over the stain and let it soak for about 10 minutes. For stains that have been on the concrete for weeks, months or more, they should be rubbed with a hard bristle brush. Then rinse the lemon juice and detergent with clean water.