Today's household cleaning departments are the Frecken Bock's paradise. There are: foams, powders, gels, creams, fragrance-free, perfumed, clean-smelling, eco, bio, with a dispenser, in a spray … In this variety, it is easy to get confused and buy unnecessary things by succumbing to the influence of advertising. This can easily be avoided if you go to the department of household chemicals with a list of what you need.
Pum-pum! I already made it for you. Don't thank me.
This is accurately what you're going to need to keep your house clean:
I suggest buying a large bottle with a convenient dispenser, which can be used for a very long time, simply by pouring other products into it. Choose environmentally friendly product
s, which are also suitable for washing fruits and vegetables.
are indispensable for taking care of the stove, oven, and microwave. Many people use cross-functional cleaning gels and powders for this purpose, but this is not correct because they can contain small abrasive particles that spoil the surface of the stove. They can also create a lot of excess foam, which is very difficult to rinse out completely without a direct stream of water. If your stove has a chrome surface, read the label carefully, this type of surface requires a special product.
Choose those that have antibacterial and bleaching properties, as well as components that remove rust and lime scale
, even if you don't see plaque now, it's better to start preventing it right away.
It is advisable to choose an environmentally friendly
cleaner without fragrances or with a subtle fragrance. Make sure it does not contain chlorine or other aggressive ingredients, especially if you have a small child or pets in the house.
It is better to choose a foaming agent
which easily removes stains and dirt from any shaggy coatings, often they can also be used on upholstered furniture (be sure to read the label!)
Choose a good product in a spray
bottle. It's easier to dispense and wipe away without leaving streaks.
Sponges and rags are expendable. I wouldn't advise choosing them based on the “cheapest” price. Choose rags that are as similar in composition to natural rags as possible, for example, close in composition to cotton or bamboo fiber
. There are also on sale sponges for dishes, where the abrasive part consists of sisal
. I love them! It's not just because they are more environmentally friendly but also because these sponges and rags are very pleasant to use and that's important, right?You will also need:
- Disinfectants (to treat surfaces for germs and viruses)
- Repairing clogged pipes
- Special products (for cleaning parquet and lacquered surfaces)