The average office worker comes into contact with approximately 10 million bacteria each day. Office desks can contain as much as 400 times more bacteria than the average toilet seat. Telephones contain over 25,000 bacteria per square inch. Three quarters of all bathroom tap handles are considered to be a chief transmitter of various diseases.Continue reading “Why is hiring a capable, professional cleaning team important?”
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Mix equal parts bleach and water to cleanse any spilled liquids, stuck on food, and kill odor-causing bacteria from inside your can. If you want a natural household cleaner or homemade solutions use blends of vinegar, lemon juice or baking soda.
Start with vacuuming a room horizontally and then vertically to get all of the trapped dirt. Experts agree that vacuuming slowly is also important to ensure that the vacuum picks up all the dirt particles. Do you have a favorite vacuum? Let us know!
Magic erasers can clean pretty much everything in your house, including: Converse shoes (white tip and sides) Faucets Shower Curtain liners Sinks Toilets Bathtubs Toothbrush holders The best part is you can get a name brand at the dollar store or the off brand works just as well!
Got creative kids? Toothpaste will erase marker stains from wood – a handy trick to have in your back pocket!
Protect your hardwood by removing small marks with a sock or clean tennis ball. To erase bigger scuffs, add a little baking soda to a damp cloth and gently rub. Then rinse with a damp paper towel and dry.
Tired of having lint on your nice clean mirrors? Coffee filters are naturally lint free, you can swap them for paper towels to give mirrors a no-streak shine.
When your child ‘s artistic efforts end up all over your walls, scrub lightly with a damp sponge sprinkled in baking soda.