How To Clean The 4 Dirtiest Spots In Your Home
We are spending more time indoors than ever before, and when we retreat to our haven, it is critical to maintaining a clean and sanitary indoor environment throughout the day. Germs, on the other hand, have perfected the ability to hide in some places, which aren't always the simplest to clean. This includes our difficult-to-wash textiles, which are constantly exposed to germs and bacteria.
When was the last time you had your couch cleaned? Was it six months ago? A year? Or the period has been so long that you can’t remember? If that’s the case, it is time to pick up the tools and get your hands ready for a thorough cleaning!
Couches and Sofas: We all enjoy being couch potatoes, but sitting on a filthy sofa is not one of them. Did you know that the typical couch has 12 times the amount of germs as a toilet seat? Experts recommend having them professionally cleaned every 6 months since their delicate fibres may readily trap dirt, allergies, and germs. When we do sofa cleaning at home, use a hand vacuum to remove debris and grime from the sofa's surface. Remember to clean the nooks where dirt might collect!
Curtains: Cleaning your curtains may appear to be a low-priority chore, but they gather far more filth than meets the eye. Curtains, like sofas, may accumulate dust and grime. Wash your curtains at least twice a year in cold or lukewarm water with a light detergent. If you can’t wait for downtime, try out our on-site specialised curtain cleaning service for maximised convenience.
Bed Sheets: You should replace your bed sheets and pillowcases at least once a week since oils, grime, and sweat can accumulate from everyday use. A one-week-old bed sheet has 29,000 more germs than a typical toilet seat. To clean, see the care instructions and use the highest water temperature setting recommended on the label. Don’t forget about the mattress too. Consider taking up a specialised mattress cleaning if this is the first time you have ever cleaned your mattress.
Carpets: Unless your rug is particularly fragile, rug cleaning is a simple task that you can do on your own. Cleaning high-traffic area rugs at least once every three months will not only increase the life of your carpets but will also ensure that dirt is eliminated on a regular basis. Vacuum the rug well on both sides, or take the smaller rugs outside and shake them off as much as possible.
If you are a person that takes cleanliness seriously, consider levelling up your cleaning game by engaging our specialised cleaning service. We recommend a thorough cleaning every 3 to 6 months on high-frequency usage items such as sofas, carpets, and mattresses.
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