You can always save the cost by imitating the best practices of professional cleaning service Toronto. Either you should call the cleaning service to clean the mess in your house, or try these handy tips to get the job done in the easiest possible manner.
- Heat Sponge in the Microwave First
Grease and dirt build up on kitchen cabinets over time. To clean your cabinets, first heat a slightly damp sponge or cloth in the microwave for 20 to 30 seconds until it’s hot.
- Use Microfiber Cloths Instead of Old Cotton Rags
Throw out the old cotton rags and the paper towels and use microfiber cloths instead. These cloths are composed of ultrafine synthetic fibers that are woven together to create a “microfiber.” The fibers rub together during cleaning, creating a static charge that attracts dirt and dust, so you can tackle dusting chores without using sprays or chemicals (although you can still use them if you want).
- Spray Chandelier Cleaning Solutions
Cleaning a chandelier the old-fashioned way—spraying and wiping each piece by hand—takes forever. And it doesn’t help that you’re standing on a ladder. Want an easier way? Try a spray-on chandelier cleaner. The spray works well on hanging crystals, but don’t expect it to remove dust from crevices. Since chandeliers are delicate and made of small crystal pieces, you need extra care and effort, not to mention the amount of time. You can call Lustre Cleaning for safe and quick cleaning of chandelier.
- Make Mopping Fun
Three cleaning solutions (for different floor types) are available for the battery-powered Wet Jet. The solution is automatically sprayed onto the floor with the push of a button. Disposable, textured pads absorb the spray as they clean.
- Apply Water Repellent Product on Doors
Keeping shower doors clean and streak free is a challenge—unless you know the pros’ secrets. Start by cleaning any mold, mildew or streaks off the glass with a glass cleaner.
- Easier Way to Clean than Brooms
Forget the broom—clean out the garage with a leaf blower. It’s fast (about five minutes), you don’t have to move heavy stuff, and you can clean work surfaces and shelves along with the floor.
- Use a Plastic Putty Knife to Scrape Scum
Soap has a nasty way of forming a hard-to-remove film on tile in tubs and showers. You won’t get rid of it by rubbing. Instead, wait for the surface to dry, then scrape off the scum with a 4-in. plastic putty knife.
- For Rust Sustain Remover
According to cleaning services Toronto, you should look for a rust stain remover or a product that contains diluted hydrochloric acid. But be careful not to use a product containing bleach—it’ll set the stain.
- Stain Pens Really Work
The best way to prevent stains is to treat spills immediately. Before applying a cleaning solution to an entire surface or fixture, first test it on a tiny area to make sure it won’t damage or discolor the finish.
- A Better Way than Vacuuming
That’s right. We’ve found another use for duct tape—cleaning. The stickiness of duct tape makes it perfect for a makeshift pet hair remover and this method is faster than vacuuming