The dirtiest places in the house.
Most people think that the bathroom or the door is the dirtiest place in the house. However, dirt and bacteria hide in unexpected places.
If you’ve never pulled a faucet to clean it, chances are you find a layer of black mold and mildew on your faucet every day that you drink, cook, and brush your teeth.
Once a month, remove the aerator from the faucet by turning it counterclockwise, then soak it in vinegar for at least 15 minutes. Use a toothbrush to gently scrub the pieces to remove any residue. Clean and reinstall as before.
door handles and switches
Think fridge and bedroom door handles, light switches, bathroom showers. These stains are very dirty but are easily overlooked during the cleaning process as they are small. However, all family members touch these areas every day, so there is the greatest opportunity for bacteria to multiply.
Dip it in the sanitizing solution with a microfiber cloth and wipe clean. A separate cleaning solution is recommended for refrigerator handles.
Some families make bare kitchen shelves to avoid dust. On the contrary, there are houses that leave open shelves and cabinets for ventilation, but because of this, the top of the shelves, which is not visible, becomes a place where dust accumulates in the house.
Clean regularly with non-greasy solutions.
Soaking in the bath after a shower can create an opportunity for staph and mold to multiply.
Dry the surface of the bath or shower after each use. Also, disinfect bathtubs that are used frequently by several family members, up to three times a week.
in the refrigerator
Food containers, forgotten leftovers, vegetables, raw meat… all mixed up in one room. The refrigerator is one of the places in the house that produces the most bacteria.
Every two weeks, take out all the food, remove the racks to wash in the sink. The rest of the fridge should be cleaned with warm water or a special fridge cleaning solution. After cleaning, put the shelves back and return the food to its original condition.
The wash basin
Because food mixes in a humid environment, your kitchen sink can be dirtier than your toilet seat.
Therefore, the sink is not just washed with soap, but more intensive cleaning is required. Use a special solution or baking soda with vinegar to clean the sink every week. After cleaning, you need to dry, clean and protect the bathtub.
wall in the bathroom
A humid environment is a breeding ground for mold. Just be aware that your bathroom wall will have black mold after a few days of being damp.
To clean, pour soap or detergent on the wall, leave for a few minutes, and then rub again.
Only a few households pay attention to the cleanliness of remote controls. Everyday items accumulate dirt over the years and are among the most bacterially contaminated items in the home.
Use disinfectant wipes to clean the remote control. Use a cotton cloth to rub the keys and remove dirt.
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