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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Benefits of Summer Cleaning / Tips How To


Cleaning the house is not among the most enjoyable activities on Earth. Especially if you are busy and you highly value your free time, you will not like to spend it in cleaning the entire house. This is true in summer, too. Most of the people would prefer to enjoy the blossoming outdoors and not to stay at home. However, although unpleasant, the cleaning should be done. In this article we will present you some cleaning tips, which will save you time, money and nerves and will allow you to have more time to enjoy one of the most beautiful seasons – the summer.

First, start with the dirtiest rooms. The kitchen is usually very dirty, since you use it to cook your meals on daily bases. Wash each electric device. Remember, to have them washed both from the inside and from the outside. For the floor use a disinfecting detergent. The tiles will be easily cleaned. Do not forget about the sing – clean it carefully with the same detergent as well. Then continue with the windows. Clean the windows in each room while you are cleaning the room itself. Do so in the entire house.

Continue with the bedrooms. The areas under the beds are very attractive for dust. Cleaning them with a vacuum cleaner will be enough. You may polish the furniture. If you have blankets, leave them on a sunny place. That’s how the microbes will die.

Then move to the bathroom. Clean every corner with disinfecting detergent. Do so with the bath-tub. Clean the canals as well.

Polish the furniture in the entire house and do not forget to vacuum off the corridor, the living and the dining rooms.

If your budget is low you would not want to hire a professional cleaner to clean the entire house. However, there are some areas where a professional will do much better and faster than you will. The carpets are a good example. Although you can deal with most everyday stains yourself, with time the carpets gather lots of dust. It could not be easily vacuumed off using a domestic vacuum cleaner. The professionals use a technology called dry-cleaning, which successfully extracts the old dust from the carpets. It takes between 15 and 25 minutes per carpet, which means that they can clean all your carpets for several hours at most, if you live in a bigger house. Call a company and they will come to your home.

If you clean your entire home every summer, you will enjoy a healthier environment.


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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Tips for Cleaning House Before Moving Out


The house you’ve rented will probably get dirty and messy with time. It is important to take care to leave it in a good condition before you move out. Cleaning could be tiresome and could ruin your nerves – not everybody likes doing it even in their own homes. That’s why the temptation to leave the rented house without cleaning it is usually huge. However, this may cost you additional money, because the renter may penalize you for leaving it. In this article we will present you several tips for leaving the house in a perfect condition without having your nerves ruined and without having to pay lots of money for a cleaner.

The rooms in the house gather different amount and different sort of dirt. While some, like the living room, are usually dusty, others, like the bathroom and the children’s bedroom, offer great conditions for the development of bacteria. So you’ll need to buy some sort of detergent for the following.

To have every room cleaned rapidly start with the kitchen. Using it on daily bases makes it untidy even if the dirt is invisible. Clean the entire kitchen carefully, using a disinfecting detergent. Pay special attention to the areas around the dishwasher and the washing machine and around the refrigerator. It is a good idea to defrost the refrigerator. It will cost you literally nothing – just unplug it and leave it open. It will be ready until you finish the other rooms. After this just collect the water from it. Clean each device in the kitchen carefully.

After you finish cleaning the kitchen you may move to the bedroom or to the bathroom. It is advisory to continue with the bedroom and leave the bathroom next, because otherwise you may have the bathroom cleaned and stain it again while you are cleaning the bedroom. You don’t need anything else except a vacuum cleaner for the bedroom. But be careful – the bedroom is usually one of the dustiest rooms in the house. Be careful and pay attention even to the tiniest crevices, because they are often full of dust. Clean under the bed. While you are still here, do not forget to clean the windows. Do so in the entire house.

Continue with the bathroom. Here, you’ll need a strong disinfecting detergent. They are available for purchase in any supermarket and usually are not expensive. Try not to inhale or swallow them, because they are poisonous. Also try to finish with them as quickly as possible, because breathing their evaporations may damage your health as well. Use vacuum cleaner for the corridor and for the living room.


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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Cleaning Mistakes You Should Avoid


It is this time of year when the big cleaning starts again. You think you can handle it, but you usually make things harder for yourself and end up being completely exhausted with only half the worked you have planned done. What are the most common mistakes people make when it comes to cleaning and how can they be avoided? Here is an exemplary list you could use.

Firstly, people tend to think that they could do all the hard work on their own. This is a mistake, as you will not only end up with sore muscles, but it will take you much longer than it would take you if you have invited a friend to help you or, for example, gathered your family and give chores to all of them. You could leave the simple tasks such as dusting, dumping the trash, feeding the pets, clearing the table and shaking out the rugs to your younger children (if you have any, of course). This will not only leave you with the chance of taking a coffee break, but will also serve as an entertainment for your loved ones. In addition, you could leave the moving of furniture and heavier objects to your husband or boyfriend. He could also help with the cleaning of the garage and the car.

Secondly, organizing you cleaning is essential for achieving good results with it. Make a list of the rooms you wish to go through and start with the most unpleasant ones, such as the bathroom and the kitchen. This will leave you with the easier to clean places at the end of the whole process and thus more time for you to relax and take a break. In addition, take a bucket and put all the necessary supplies in it, in order to easily move it around the rooms and don’t waste time going back to the closet. Not having the right cleaning equipment and using the same old cloths and sponges is also a common mistake and you should think about it before starting your long cleaning schedule. The professionals often states that microfiber cloths are the best when it comes to grabbing and removing dust. In addition, they recommends using steam when cleaning floors, as it doesn’t require any chemicals.

All in all, cleaning could become an easier and more relaxed activity, if we put more thought into the process. Having somebody to help you and chat with and organizing everything are essential for your success when cleaning.


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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Tips for Removing Blood Stains


When it comes to stains, blood stains are one of the hardest to remove. As they are permanent once they set, it is vital to clean them before you wash and dry the piece of clothing, furniture or else. Fortunately, there are some easy tricks for cleaning blood stains which everyone could make use of.

First of all, the way of dealing with the blood stains depends on the type of object that has been stained. Some ways are not perfectly suitable for fabric (clothes), and others – for furniture or for example carpets. If you wish to clean fabric, here are some ways you could do that. If we are talking about satin, you should treat it with care, as it is very delicate. If the blood stain is still fresh, using salt and cold water will perfectly do the trick. If we are talking about removing blood stains from jeans, cold water is again effective for that purpose. With older blood stains you could use the all time salt again, the all time favorite baking soda or ammonia. However, if the blood stain is on silk, you could still use salt and gentle soaps, but be sure never to use ammonia or cleaners with enzymes, as they will damage the delicate fabric. For some types of clothing you could also use toothpaste. Apply some on the spot, let it dry, rinse it with cold water and after that wash with soap and again use cold water to remove the soap.

When we are talking about hardwood floors, as we know they are finished with for example wax. This and other types of finishes (with urethane, polyurethane) protect the wood from different kinds of stains and moisture. However, blood stains could damage floor that have not yet been ‘finished’. There is nothing to worry about as those stains could still be treated with typical household cleaning products. For cleaning carpets, you could rub shampoo or soap directly onto the stain, but don’t use too much, as it will be hard to wash it out later. You may choose to deal with the problem in the following way. Mix a bit of dishwashing detergent with a couple of glasses of cold water; soak a cloth into the solution and rub the stain; brush the place with a toothbrush, but not too hard; absorb with a towel; use a fan to dry the spot and then vacuum the floor.

Many people panic when they see a blood stain, but there is nothing to worry about, as there are a number of easy ways one could deal with the problem. Remember to treat the stains as fast as you could, because it will increase your chances of diminishing them.


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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

How to Quickly Clean Your Home


Your house looks like a total heck and you don’t have enough time to clean it? Your friends are coming every second and you don’t want them to witness all that mess? Or maybe they have just left and you need to quickly fix the place before your parents come back? Here are some tips you could use in order to make your house suitable for the eye of the beholder.

You could start with taking a bag and putting inside everything that will hinder your cleaning or could easily be lost – keys, mail, little toys, etc. It could be a shopping bag, it could be a basket – it doesn’t matter, as long it is big enough to carry everything. Put it aside and grab a mop to quickly clean the floors everywhere needed. Shake doormats outside, drop off the bins or hide them somewhere if you don’t have time to go outside. The quick solution for the dishes is putting them in the dishwasher. If you don’t have one, put them in a cupboard for the time. Run a microfiber over the tables and the TV screen. Grab a pair of clean rubber gloves and start picking up fur and hairs from the furniture. For better pickup wet the gloves. Grab an air freshener and spray everywhere (don’t forget to widely open all windows before that). There may be some stains on the coverings so you could think of a way of hiding them if it’s not possible to change them at the moment. When in the bathroom, you should quickly change the hand towels with clean ones, it makes the view much more pleasant. Put everything into the cabinet or drawers and use a paper towel to gather hair and erase spots from the floor. When in your room, shake you keyboard in order for bread crumbs and dust to fall off and wipe them away with something. If there are clothes around, gather them all and put them in a bag and leave it somewhere out of sight or simply tuck them into a drawer. If some of your friends has forgotten anything, you could return it to them later.

These tips are useful if you don’t have enough time to thoroughly clean your place but need a quick solution to the problem with mess. All in all, everything gets even easier if you don’t have a pet, if your friends give you a hand with arranging and if your parents are not the type that will yell at you for not keeping the house spotless. After deceiving the eye, you could go back to regularly cleaning, this time without worrying that your time is ticking away.


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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Several recipes for homemade cleaning detergents and cleaning techniques


If you want to live in an eco-friendly way one of the first things you will have to do is to get rid of the detergents from the supermarket that you probably store under your kitchen sink. Why? Because of the poisonous ingredients they consist. And because you can prepare cleaning detergents on your own, using only natural products, which are available at each supermarket. They will threaten neither you and the people you love, nor the nature. In recent decades the literature on the subject has grown very large. You can find all sorts of recipes on the Internet or in the books. In this article we will give you several recipes for the most common cleaning agents and detergents and tips how to make the air in your home cleaner.

We will start with the air, since you can live healthily without breathing clean air. There is an extremely easy way for achieving this. You can do so by growing trees, bushes and flowers, which, through the process photosynthesis, produce oxygen. Of course, if you live in a small apartment you couldn’t be able to grow trees in it, but you can always plant flowers. Except for cleaning the air during the day they are beautiful. We will continue with the detergents. The process of making soap is extremely easy and you can do it in home conditions. Do not forget that the soap you buy from the supermarket is produced via the same chemical reaction between the lye and the animal fats. However, instead of animal fat you can add olive oil or other type of oil. After baking the lye and the oil together wait until the hardened mixture cools and then you can cut into bars with size of your desire. You can add everything you need to achieve just the necessary effect. For instance you can add coffee (liquid coffee and its sediment) to the soap to achieve exfoliating effect on the skin.

There are many recipes, for the preparation of which no "cooking” is required. For instance you can make your own "oxyclean” detergent. All you need is one cup of water, half cup of peroxide and half cup of baking soda. Mix them all together and stir the mixture until it becomes homogenous. Then fill it into a spray bottle. Cleaning the tiles could be a nightmare, because the gaps between them usually collect lots of dirt. However, you can have them cleaned using a homemade detergent. Just mix one portion of baking soda and one portion of borax and add water. Use it against the dirt in your kitchen and in the bathroom.


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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Tips for removing grass stains


In addition to all the different and nasty stains you are going to come across in your life, you will also have to deal with grass stains. These stains are most likely to be seen on your children’s clothes after they have played in the garden. Do not think you should throw away the stained clothes – as with other types of spots, there are solutions to the problem with these as well.

Of course, when it comes to very delicate or pale fabric, removing stains, especially grass stains, can be very hard and may damage the clothes. However, if the stains are on jeans, there would not be any problem if you scrub them with a hard brush. Apply some soap directly to the affected place and scrub it bravely. Then wash it out. One of the most effective eco-cleaners – baking soda (not only effective, but cheap and easy to find), could be applied here as well. Mix it with a bit of warm water and scrub the place with the grass stain. After that, leave it for some time in order for the paste to soak and wash it out as usual. Another substance that is widely used for stains – white vinegar – is also effective for grass stains. Drop some into a bucket (or whatever you have at hand), filled with warm water, put the garment into it to soak and again wait a bit. This procedure will at any rate make the stain simpler to diminish. Another way of dealing with grass stains is using alcohol. Alcohol is good for removing different types of stains, so it is not foolish to consider using it in this case as well. However, dilute it first and then rub it on the stain. Using bleach is not very desirable, but it may come in handy if we are talking about white cotton clothes, as bleach removes the color and it won’t do harm to standard white garment. However, bleach may destroy fine fabric such as satin, silk, wool, so think carefully before using it. All in all, be sure to quickly treat the damaged clothes as the longer a stain stays, the harder it is to get rid of it.

There is no universal solution to the problem with stains. Different kinds of stains should be treated differently or in some cases similarly. It depends on the type of fabric of the treated garment and the time the stains have spent on the clothes without being taken care of. Nobody wants to dump their favorite jeans or shirt due to nasty stains, so it is important to know that there are a vast number of solutions, which could be easily found on the net.


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Monday, July 22, 2013

How to Make Your Own Natural Cleaners


Do you think you use too many dangerous pesticides when cleaning your home? Are you scared that your kid or pet may become ill because of them? If you are tired of ammonia, acids, bleach and all those poisonous products you are using, here are some easy and effective ways of creating your own nontoxic cleaners and using them in your whole home.

Baking soda has proven to be one of the safest, most commonly used and effective ingredients in house-made products. Simply mix it with water to create a substance that has the power of scrubbing powerful stains and spills off porcelain, bathroom and kitchen floors, kitchen counters, clogged drains, ovens, carpets and rugs and even silverware. Add more or less water and more or less baking soda into the mixture, depending on the size, type and stubbornness of the stains. Use a towel,brush, cotton rag, damp cloth, sponge etc. to apply the paste. You may want to repeat the procedure a couple of times or simply wait more hours in order to be sure that the stains have been eliminated. All in all, when you see the results, you will be amazed and will never want to go back to those hazardous detergents you have been using this whole time.

Other than baking soda, you could use various other ingredients to clean your apartment or house. For example, vinegar and lemon juice are very easy to get, as well as pretty effective. You could use them in order to scrub grease stains off tile, spots off windows and mirrors and make wooden floors shiny as they never were before. Sometimes you will have to mix them with water, but it is not always necessary – for example you don’t have to do it when sanitizing the bathroom floor. One advantage is that you could always replace one with the other – they have the same effect. For example, you or your family may not like the smell of vinegar, so you could simply use lemon juice instead.

It may sound ridiculous, but toothpaste is actually really effective when it comes to cleaning and polishing. For example, you could make your precious diamond ring shiny as new again with toothpaste. In addition, you could easily kill any unpleasant odors coming from the bathroom sink by squirting in some toothpaste (which is comfortably placed right above it), scrubbing it with a sponge and rinsing it out. Last, but not least, you could easily whiten your piano keys and sneakers with the sole use of toothpaste and a toothbrush.

As you can see, using nonpoisonous cleaners is not only safe, but also easy and money-saving. Every household keeps toothpaste, baking soda, vinegar and lemons, so you can clean something right away, without having to go shopping.


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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

How to Clean Your Kettle


Every household has a kettle. Regardless of whether it is a plastic one or a metal one, the kettle is by far the most used appliance found in the kitchen. The regular use on a daily basis can leave it filled with limescale, and not very clean. This limescale can end up chipping off and flowing into your cup of tea or coffee, which is definitely not where it belongs. A build up of limescale in your body is definitely undesirable since it is not good for your health. It is therefore recommended that you clean and descale your kettle on a regular basis.

This article will give you an insight into all the different ways in which this can be done, including many little home remedies, hints and tips that you may never have heard of.

The most common way of descaling your kettle is by using descaling tablets that are sold widely in many different stores. You simply pop them into the kettle, add water according to the instructions and allow the water to boil. This very often does the trick, but you may find that the limescale either does not all disappear, or that it comes back very quickly. This is why many people prefer to use home remedies, some of which will be explained in this article.

The first home remedy involves making up a solution containing equal parts of water and white vinegar. Use this solution to fill the kettle up to the brim and allow it to penetrate and attack the limescale. Do not bring the solution to the boil since the solution will overflow and cause damage to your kettle. After an hour has passed, use a scrubber and give the inside of the kettle a good scrub. Rinse the kettle and you will find yourself staring at a kettle that looks as good as new. If your kettle has A LOT of limescale, you may be required to repeat the process a few more times, but eventually you will find that all the limescale has gone.

Another home remedy involves lemon. Simply cut your lemon into quarters and place them in the kettle. Fill the kettle with water as you would and bring to the boil multiple times. You can choose to use lemon juice as an alternative to pure lemons.

Cola products are not just delicious, but they are great limescale removers too. Simply fill your kettle with any cola product and bring it to the boil. Allow it to stand for half an hour and then rinse your kettle. You will honestly be surprised at the results.

The outside of the kettle is commonly neglected, since it is not affected by limescale. However, that does not mean that it does not get dirty. It is constantly exposed to dirty fingers and fat from cooking. If you have a plastic kettle, simply use some warm water and soap and use a soft cloth or sponge to wipe it clean. Do not use any bleach or harsh chemicals otherwise you will risk damaging the exterior surface of your kettle.

If you have a metal kettle, using soap and warm water will work like a charm. If you wish to add that special little shine to your metal kettle, finish it off by polishing it using a microfiber cloth. This will also remove any water marks and streaks.

The above methods are all very effective when it comes to cleaning kettles, so now you do not have an excuse not to clean yours!


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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Cleaning Leather


Cleaning leather can be difficult, especially when cleaning suede. Prolong the life of those suede shoes or that jacket by following a few useful tips and ideas. Suede generally has a surface that scratches and scruffs very easily making it hard to clean easily. Suede in particular will get grubby a lot faster than normal leather products. So ensure you clean suede as often as possible to avoid it damaging any further.

Suede is a very durable fabric and is more flexible than normal full grain leather but it stains very easily. From water to ink, stains can be nightmare to remove from suede. To avoid suede stains from water, try to resist wearing suede shoes or clothing during a rainy day if you can help it. Normal full grain leather is much more appropriate for these weather conditions. However a useful tip is that you could invest in a suede protector from your local supermarket to help keep it protected during wet days. You'll find suede becomes a lot darker through water staining as it strips the suede of its oils causing damage.

If your suede jacket for instant, gets soaked during some unexpected rain, try to blot water out of it using a cloth or some paper towels and let it dry off at room temperature. Avoid hand-washing it, as this will make it much worse. You can also seek specialist dry clean help for advice if your item is looking a bit worn.

To make suede soft and flexible again, you could try using a pencil rubber to gently rub the area and restore its original suppleness. Dried stains will be rubbed away but avoid scrubbing as this could deepen the stain and make it worn-in and worse off. You might want to consider purchasing a special suede brush too for stains and marks, as these are very effective for cleaning suede products.

For suede shoes, a little white vinegar mixed with warm water will help absorb any dirt and stains. Dampen the shoes clean and leave to air-dry for best results. As well as the washing machine, avoid putting anything suede in the tumble drier too as this will definitely cause damage to your item(s).

Avoid leaving stains and marks on suede for a long time before seeking help or treating it. If you leave suede (and leather in general) marks for a long time you will notice this will stiffen your suede or leather goods and decrease the original supple and flexible appearance and feel from when you first purchased it. Treat leather and suede finished very gently and elude scrubbing as this will only discolour and darken your goods. Always allow suede and leather to air dry after treating and cleaning. Otherwise again, this will cause discolourment, fading and stiffness.

Particularly for suede shoes, if they are muddy for instance, always wait for the mud to dry before you clean them. Then you can gently brush the mud off for best results. Then you'll have a smooth surface to work from. You might want to protect your leather shoes further by storing them in their original cardboard box and keep them out of sunlight to avoid promoting discolourment and fading. Suede dyes can cause long-term problems and damage your shoes even further so try to avoid using such products and you'll notice the difference without it.


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Monday, July 1, 2013

How to Clean Silver


If your favorite silverware is looking a little worn and tarnished, it’s better to clean it straight away rather than leave it to develop overtime. You can clean silver using many methods, from natural to shop-bought. To clean silver the simple way, follow this easy how-to guide.

The most common thing to look out for on silver is when the surface starts to darken. The reason this needs inspecting on a regular basis is that tarnish could actually corrode your silver from the surface within so it’s important maintenance is carried out as often as it naturally needs it. Fingerprints are also very common on silver so look out for grime, dirt and dust as well as tarnish.

Firstly, the easiest method is to try using a clean sponge with a little toothpaste and gently rub away any tarnish; rinse off with water. You can also use toothpaste to clean a tarnished cloth or sponge. Another easy way to clean silver is by using a specially formulated silver polish, available in most supermarkets and online. This is a great method for those more expensive or antique silvers you might own. Always follow the instructions on the product before you begin. It’s also an idea to spot-test any silver you are cleaning to ensure you aren’t staining it or promoting even more tarnish.

When cleaning silver in the sink, funnily enough using rubber gloves can damage silver and create tarnish. Instead of wearing rubber gloves, careful rub your silverware with a soft cloth and dry afterwards using a dry towel. Another tip is to avoid cleaning silver with any sponges that have the potential to scratch. When rubbing silver, rub in a straight line rather than in circles.

Watch out for toothpaste or silver cleaning products containing baking soda, as these are very abrasive and will promote damage and tarnish. You can also purchase specially formulated silver cleaning solutions whereby you dip your silver in them rather than rub them. The solution therefore does its job without you having to rub or scrub it clean. This will again help you to avoid damaging your silver any further.

You could also try dabbing the surface of your silver with a little white spirit – this will effectively remove any dirt and grime. This might not remove tarnish but it will help to lift any grease collected over time. Also try to clean the corners of silverware using a soft cotton bud rather than something sharp.

It’s important to note that not all silver is designed to be polished; some antique silverware is supposed to look slightly darker, especially silver that is engraved. Some matte surfaces will always look a little tarnished, so ensure you avoid scrubbing these clean as it is part of the silver’s natural appearance. Before you start cleaning, inspect your object to see whether it really needs tarnish-removing.

If your silver is naturally tarnished or antique, a good old-fashioned dusting will keep it looking it’s best. Avoid scrubbing or rubbing the object, as this will potentially damage it. Promote it’s natural vintage appearance by cleaning away any collected dust and debris using a dustpan and brush.

If you keep on top of cleaning your silverware not only will this reduce the likelihood of tarnish developing, but it will also keep it looking shiny, smooth and as good as new.


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Friday, June 28, 2013

Cleaning your Microwave


Microwaves can be easily neglected from our cleaning rituals. Mainly because you cant always see the interior of it, but it can get very dirty quickly. From splattered food and stains, our microwaves need regular attention and cleaning to keep them looking and working the best they can, inside and out.

Ensure your microwave is switched off and unplugged before you begin. Start with the interior of your microwave, as this is the toughest to clean. Remove the turntable/glass tray and place in a bowl of warm and soapy water to soak. This will loosen stains and splatters making it much easier to wipe clean. You could use an all-purpose or cream cleaner to tackle the inside of your microwave. By leaving a product to soak and work by itself, this will again loosen the built-up grime and dirt, making it much easier to wipe away.

For natural cleaning methods, you could try placing a bowl of hot water with a few drops of vinegar and leave it to steam dirt away and loosen grime. This can be done through actually turning your microwave on for a couple of minutes - but keep your eyes on this method at all times and test for a few seconds for the first time you try it out. Or, another natural tip is to cut a few slices of lemon and again, steam in your microwave for a minute of two. These natural methods are totally up to you, give them a go if you fancy a change from chemical-based products.

Once you have soaked or steamed the interior of your microwave (including the roof!) - you can wipe away the loosened grime, dirt and dried-on food with a sponge, cloth or brush. Try to avoid scrubbing, as this will cause scratches, especially on stainless steel plated microwaves. Place some old newspapers or paper towels down as you do this to catch any drips.

Once you have wiped the interior of your microwave clean, you can dry it using a tea towel and then leave the door open to air-dry completely. As you leave your microwave to air-dry, you can work on the exterior of it including the door, handle and functions. Be careful when wiping over buttons and the like as to not press anything as once your microwave is switched on, these changes may well come into effect. Use a disinfectant spray for the exterior surfaces to keep them germ-free and shiny. Finish off by blotting dry with a towel and again, leaving to air dry.

Avoid using your microwave until it's completely dry. So it's probably best to clean it during a time you wont be using it, such as in the morning before you go out or in the evening before bed, so it can properly dry overnight ready for the next day.

Cleaning your microwave at least every two weeks or a few times a month will really keep it looking it's very best and functioning like new. If you avoid cleaning your microwave appliance, this will only promote an unpleasant build-up of grease and grime, causing you future problems and even unsanitary, unhygienic issues such as germs. So regular cleaning and disinfecting is so vital for the health and maintenance of your microwave appliance. After using, switch off and wipe down. This is a great habit to get into and you'll find deeper-cleaning your microwave a lot easier and faster.


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