10 More Cleaning Products & Tools Every Home Needs
Posted on by Matic Services
In our previous post, we discussed 10 basic cleaning essentials every home should have and promised you to share with you some more and here we are fulfilling our promise to you.
For today’s post, we will continue listing ten more cleaning products and tools you definitely need to have in your home to ensure that it is always comfy and spotless clean!
1. A Supply Caddy
Every home needs a place for storing every day use cleaning products and a supply caddy is a great solution.
2. An All-Purpose Cleaner
Cleaning products are a dime a dozen but make sure to always have an all-purpose cleaner around the house. All-purpose cleaners can be used on many different surfaces and for a variety of cleaning tasks around the house. However, they are likely to contain powerful chemicals to get rid of dirt so be sure to follow the directions on the label when using them.
3. A Disinfectant
Disinfectants, such as Dettol, are very useful for cleaning kitchens and bathrooms and they can kill germs that cause diseases. A disinfectant can be very useful for surfaces like a kitchen counters or sinks as well as chairs and rubbish bins. It can also come in handy in cold and flu seasons to decrease the risk of contracting germs and infections.
4. An Extendable Duster
An extendable duster can extend your reach and help you clean ceiling vents and light fixtures and dust the tops of bookshelves and cabinets.
5. A Bucket
Using a bucket to wash your mops and clean your floors is much cleaner and hygienic than using the sink so be sure to always have one around.
6. A Glass Cleaner
For windows, mirrors and any other glass surfaces, it is always useful to have a glass cleaner at your disposal. Not only does it clean better than other cleaning products, it also leaves your glass surfaces shiny and without any smears.
7. Baking Soda
Baking soda is a very powerful non-poisonous cleaning product that can be used in the kitchen, bathroom, outside the house and even in laundry. Baking soda is effective in getting rid of bad odors, as it is potent in removing scuffmarks and grease spills from any surface.
8. Lemon Juice
Lemon juice has very similar uses as baking soda. Also, due to its acidity, lemon juice has the ability to cut through alkaline deposits like lime scale and soap scum and can be used to clean glass and polished surfaces and to deodorize drains.
9. Paper Towels
Paper towels have numerous uses, especially around the kitchen. Not only can they be used as an alternative to kitchen towels, they can also be used to absorb the fat that surfaces on the top of broths and soups, keep produce fresh for a longer time and keep cast-iron pots rust free. Also, their cardboard holder can be used in a number of ways!
10. Dish Soap
This PH neutral cleaner cuts grease, removes surface dirt and will not harm or stain your surfaces. All you need to do is mix some with warm water and viola!