Top cleaning sins
Category: Commercial Cleaning
However, without the right technique and approach, you could be consigning yourself to failure and making the condition of your home much worse than it has to be.
Below, we have listed some of the most common mistakes so you can avoid making them too!
Fingerprints on the mirror
There is nothing worse than having taken the time to thoroughly clean your mirror, only to end up with fingerprints all over it.
Once you have finished wiping your mirror like a pro - be sure to give it a final check for smears and fingerprints too.
Dust on the shelves
Many of us are meticulous when it comes to cleaning the home - except of course when it comes to remembering to dust off the top shelves.
Eventually, this dust will then fall onto other surfaces and start to gather elsewhere. It can be difficult to remember to clean every nook and cranny, so sometimes it helps to write a list of all the jobs that need to be done before you start.
Oil stains are the bane of every proud householder. They have a nasty habit of getting everywhere - particularly on kitchen walls and doors and during cooking sessions.
If these are not spotted and wiped up straight away, then they will eventually dry up and this will be harder to remove.
Hair in the plughole
Picking up slimy hair that has lodged in a plughole along with soap scud is definitely not one of the most pleasant jobs a homeowner can undertake.
However, if left to accumulate, then not only will it remain as an unpleasant blight in your sinks and bathtubs it will also cause blockages - producing yet more mayhem!
Abandoning the cleaning
Of course, the biggest cardinal sin of all is neglecting the cleaning entirely. This is not only unhygienic, but means your home will be harder to clean in the long run.
If you really can't spare the time for the cleaning - why not opt for Commercial Cleaning Services instead?
Professional cleaners will not only avoid the aforementioned errors from making an appearance in your home, but they also take the stress and hard work out of all the cleaning!
Posted by Toni Tsocheva