Basic household items that help keep your house clean
Category: Home Cleaning
For instance, we recently talked about how bicarbonate of soda can help to remove tricky stains from floors, surfaces and utensils.
Another useful tip we'd be happy to put forward is to use a toothbrush for cleaning your house.
Not the toothbrush you use for your teeth obviously, but if you have an old one that needs throwing out, then why not keep hold of it and use it for domestic chores instead?
After all, their tiny size makes them perfect for cleaning those hard to reach areas and tricky corners of your property.
For instance, the hinges on the toilet seat can be difficult to get to, while the bases of taps aren't the easiest to clean either.
Toothbrushes are also perfect for cleaning tile grouting, while the thick bristles and small compact shapes make them ideal for cleaning nasty stains from the top of your oven.
Using an old toothbrush that would otherwise be discarded is a great way to save money on cleaning and can make countless jobs around the house a whole lot easier.
And by recycling a standard household item in this way, you can feel pleased with yourself for doing your bit for the environment as well!
But remember, we are talking about fiddly cleaning jobs in those parts of the home that can be spectacularly difficult to reach.
It's therefore worth remembering that you can still call on a professional cleaning service, which will use much more sophisticated tools and equipment to really get your house gleaming.