Run a vacuum cleaner over your furniture
The vacuum cleaner isn’t only for the floor. Dust gathers on your furniture too. Depending on the type of furniture, you can wipe or vacuum. Choose to vacuum everything covered in cloth because wiping will only smear the dirt all over. Run the vacuum cleaner over your chairs and sofa to get the dust off. If your vacuum has a crevice tool, use it to clean those hard-to-reach areas so that your furniture can look brand new again!
Put bathroom cleaner in a spray bottle
“Nothing inspires cleanliness more than an unexpected guest.”
Wipe down your kitchen cabinets
Transform your stainless steel
When neglected, your stainless steel appliances will end up looking grimy and dull. Fortunately, you can restore it to its former glory with the help of a few things you’ve already got in your home. Grab your favourite liquid detergent and mix it with a cup of hot water. Use a microfiber cloth to apply the mixture on to your stainless steel appliances. Then, rinse and wipe, repeating the process until the soap is completely wiped off. Grab another microfiber cloth to dry it off, and admire the shine of a seemingly brand new stainless steel surface!
These simple cleaning tips can give your home cleaning a major upgrade. Plus, they don’t take too much time and effort and can easily be fitted into those fifteen minutes you’ve got free.
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