People Make When Cleaning
Cleaning can be broken down to an art! Being able to truly clean, disinfect, and sanitize a home is not simply wiping down the counters and the floors with the same towel. Cleaning a home is about preventing the spread and growth of bacteria, preventing pests from taking up residence in your home, and ensuring that hygiene is at the forefront of your household’s minds.
Here are common cleaning mistakes most people make:
Rubbing a Stain.
This is not a case of “the harder you try the better the outcome,” because rubbing and scrubbing a spill or a stain will not only ruin your microfibers, but it will also push the stain deeper into the surface. In the end, you’re creating a difficult stain to remove.
Vacuuming Rugs Without a Proper Attachment
You’re not getting the dirt, debris, and particles that are in the fibers of your carpet! When you’re lacking a vacuum attachment, the particles deep in your fibers are not being pulled out, and your rug can be damaged. To clean your rugs and carpets properly, use a carpet attachment for all of your vacuuming.
Although they’ve gained a lot of popularity among households, the truth is, spray mops are not all they’re cracked up to be. They will leave a sticky film on your surface that will lead to more debris and dirt being stuck to your floors. As these issues build your floors become increasingly difficult to clean and to keep clean.
Letting Water Sit On Your Hard Wood Floors
That’s right, using too much water on a hardwood floor causes expensive damages. Your mop should be lightly dampened to mop the floors which is then followed which a dry cloth running over the surface. This is the best way to avoid damaging beautiful floors.