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Five Household Cleaning Tips That You Haven’t Tried Before

Five Household Cleaning Tips That You Haven't Tried Before

Everyone wants to have a clean home. But the majority of people don’t have the time to give the property a thorough clean or a little clean every day. Homeowners are searching for faster, more efficient ways of cleaning the house.

If you continue reading below, you will find cleaning tips that you have never tried before. Try the tips out and let the Carpet Museum team know how you got on.

First of all, close the blinds. Grab a clean towel and wipe them from top to bottom. This way you will create an antistatic barrier that will prevent dust from falling on the blinds, well at least for some time.

After that, quickly spray polish and wipe down. Now they will be looking cleaner and shinier than ever. Click here.

We recommend doing this with a coffee filter rather than a paper towel. This is a much cheaper option and doesn’t leave marks or any horrible fibres that are a nightmare to remove.

Use a wet Pumice Stone to clean oven. Once the stone is wet, this will soften it allowing you to scrub your oven to remove any dirt. As the stone is soft, you won’t get any scratching. This is often much easier than using a detergent. Read more here.

Firstly, take a cup of water and put some baking soda in it. Leave it in the microwave until it boils. Baking soda helps to remove the unpleasant smells and odors that emit from the microwave.

In addition, the steam will help to loosen any grease, making it much easier to wipe down with a cloth.

Correctly cleaning your carpets is difficult, especially when there are multiple stains that are unlikely to budge. We recommend hiring a professional carpet cleaner as they have specialist equipment and tools to take care of those nasty stains. For carpet cleaning services, visit this website.


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