dfghjklfds December 19, 2017

For some homeowners, cleaning the home is probably one of the most tedious chores to do, especially if the property is too large to clean and maintain. But to make cleaning a little less tedious, home owners can focus on major parts of the house that would need their cleaning attention.

If you are facing a tough cleaning challenge, here are the spaces that you need to prioritize:

  • The living room

 

The living room is where you entertain guests and bond with your whole family, so it should be spotless at all times. One of the toughest things to clean in this section is the furniture and the carpet. Invest on a quality vacuum cleaner to remove the dirt and the dust accumulated in the material. Make it a habit to sweep the flooring for dust and dirt. If the flooring material is a little bit hard to clean, you can ask assistance from floor cleaning services in Dubai to help you clean and maintain your home flooring.

 

  • The kitchen

 

Your kitchen is probably one of the dirtiest parts of your house, all thanks to all the cooking and meal preparation you do. If not maintained properly, this space can be a breeding ground for bacteria, and can pose a major health risk to your loved ones. Make it a habit to clean your kitchen after every use to prevent bacteria and dirt buildup. And once every six months, sanitize the area and do some deep cleaning, including exhaust and kitchen hood cleaning. This will prevent soot and grime from clogging the system.

  • The bathroom

 

Next to the kitchen, your bathroom is probably the hardest one to clean. One of the common issues that most homeowners have to deal with is the molds on the tiles and flooring. Using a mixture of bleach and water, remove the molds that build up in between the tiles by using a brush. Air dry the place after cleaning.

 

  • The exterior of the house

 

The exterior of the house is your house’s visual ID to the public. Ensure that your lawn is maintained properly. Take the out the weed that can affect the growth of your garden plants. If you have no time for gardening, plant flowers and choose houseplants that are low maintenance and can last in extreme conditions. Artificial grass can also be a good alternative for those who don’t have time to mow their lawns.