Thursday, May 14, 2020

How To Keep Your Home Clean and Sanitized After ECQ

A clean place is always the best place to live in. We may not be the cleanest person in the world, but when it comes to our family, we must do it to prevent them from getting sick. Since we are in enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have a lot of time to do the cleaning in order to stay safe and healthy. Even after ECQ, we must keep our home clean.

Some people find it difficult to clean their homes especially if it is either big, have kids, or have pets. You cannot blame your kids for being messy and stubborn. They are kids who love to explore and learn new things. So we have no choice but to understand them. You may hire a helper to make it easier for you and no need to supervise them, but the thing is you will not know what the helper is doing.

One thing that's for sure, clean it yourself and here are random tips to follow for cleaning your home.

1. Make sure to buy a washing machine that can help you clean your clothes and other things like towels, bedsheets, pillowcases, and curtains that needed to be wash at least weekly. You may wash it manually but having a good washing machine can make life easier. Wearing clean clothes that have been washed carefully is the best you can do to preserve them longer and no harmful effect on you and your family. There's an automatic washing machine for sale you can check out if you want to buy one. High efficiency, high durability, and low noise. Spotless cleaning for 24 types of stains. 2 kg of clean laundry in 14 minutes. Remember that clean clothes keep you fresh and safe. 

2. Store your cleaning materials in a place where you can see all of them easy and organize. Keep them away from kids. So that when it's time for cleaning you know where to get them. Prepare all the stuff so that cleaning is smooth sailing.

3. Start decluttering. Houses can become messy and at times uncomfortable to live in when you have too much stuff scattered all around. Clothes that you haven't worn for a long time, clothes that your children have grown out, toys that are broken or no longer using, stored papers, and other stuff should be donated or sell them in order for you to remove the mess and clutter.

4. Keep things in an organized manner. Small things like school supplies, hygiene kits, utensils, and other things should be kept in proper compartments or cabinets and with labels so that it will help you locate things easily.

5. Ask your family to join you during your cleaning galore. It will be a time of bonding and at the same time, you allow them to learn how to keep your house clean and safe to live in. 

6. Don't forget to clean places that are hard to reach, hidden, and more prone to dirt and germs. This can be under your sofa, carpet and the like. Walls, doorknobs, bathrooms, tables, and chairs, refrigerator, and appliances are also needed attention so make sure to clean or scrub it with disinfectant, organic or natural products to protect your family from hazardous chemicals.

Be sure to keep these things in mind during cleaning to keep you safe and have a clean place to live in. Always set a time for cleaning, follow it properly and strictly. I know it's hard to set the mood when it comes to cleaning but if you stick to your own schedule, you set for yourself, it wouldn't be hard especially if you have the motivation. This is for you and your family's safety.

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