Spring is finally here! This means that it is time for the annual spring cleaning marathon. If this is something new to you and you have absolutely no idea from where to start, try sticking to these rules:
Carpets and rugs are notoriously complex to keep clean. If you love the way your beautiful area rugs make the rooms of your home look, but you are tired of trying to maintain them in a prime condition, do not rush to throw them away. First, try some of the several tips we have gathered for you here. Tested numerous times in the field, they will help you immensely with both the everyday maintenance of the area rugs around the house, but also when special circumstances occur.
Do you have a leather piece of furniture? If yes, do you know the type of leather used for its making? Contrary to popular belief, leather comes in many different types that are not limited only to faux or genuine leather. Knowing the exact material of your sofa, armchair, etc. will help you pick the best cleaning technique for it.
The world’s first electric bread toaster was invented in 1893 and the very first domestic refrigerator hit the market in 1913. In the 1940s, the microwave became commercially available in the U.S. Fast-forward to the 2000s – the time when the world welcomed the first robot vacuum cleaner. Although it took this autonomous cleaning appliance several years to engage the interest of a wider spectrum of clients, it now seems that robot cleaners are here to stay. If you have joined this new cleaning craze, make the most out of your new purchase with these easy hacks and tricks:
Every once in a while a spring cleaning must be carried out in a household, at least if you want to keep clutter at bay and make your property presentable, comfortable and overall nice to live in. The thing is that spring cleaning can also be a pretty daunting task, and it takes up a lot of time and energy to complete. That is why many people postpone it indefinitely, thus making it even harder to get the job done.
If you are struggling to find the right motivation to regularly and thoroughly clean your home, maybe you should change the way you look at this domestic chore. How about you start viewing your weekly cleaning routine as a form of a stress-relief therapy. Believe it or not, but housekeeping can have a very positive effect on your mental health and general well-being because it:
Traditionally, carpets are viewed as a wonderful flooring solution. They are classy, stylish, beautiful and if maintained properly, can last for a very long time. What is more, they bring a certain cosiness to a property making it feel like a home. The problem comes namely with the proper maintenance of one’s carpets and area rugs. Both synthetic and natural fabrics are notoriously hard to keep clean and free of stains and dirt build-ups. That does not mean however that this is some mission impossible to conquer.
A common question that professional cleaners get is related to the cleaning and maintenance of upholstery (sofas, curtains, carpets, rugs, etc.). People often get disappointed when they hear that there is no such a thing as a universal cleaning method that works on all types of upholstery fabrics. That disappointment is taken up a notch at the realisation that some fabrics are trickier to maintain than others because they:
It is a truth universally acknowledged that domestic chores such as cleaning are time-consuming, exhausting and can be incredibly stressful. The bad news is that unfortunately if you want a comfortable home where you can relax and enjoy yourself, you cannot afford to skip on too many of them. Even though domestic chores need to be tackled on a regular basis, there are those among them that you can do less often, thus saving time and energy that would be much better invested in more pleasant endeavours. At the same time, your home will not suffer from it.