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Change Your Everyday Home Life - Wet Wipes Everywhere
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Change Your Everyday Home Life - Wet Wipes Everywhere


Usually, how do you keep your home clean and hygienic, you will definitely use the following tools.
①A vacuum cleaner or sweeper to remove dust from beds, sofas and floors;
② Mop to remove milk stains and grease on the ground, desktop and countertop;
③ Detergent to remove the stains in the dead corners of hygiene;
④Clean brush to remove dirt from toilet and toilet;
Wet wipes, keep hygiene at all times;

Every tool has its irreplaceable use, but keeping it clean at all times costs everyone on the go, don't worry, we've found that just follow these tips and you'll have the cleanest home in no time.

1. Keep cleaning supplies within easy reach
Set up a storage basket in a cluttered area of ​​the house. Keep a box of wipes and spray preventer in each bathroom, a box of wood chip wipes in the great room (hidden behind the TV), and a few boxes in the bedroom. relax!
2. Dispose of debris in time
No matter what chores you're doing, you should be neat in your mess, rinse pots and pans, put them in the dishwasher, wipe down counters, put things back where they belong, and don't let Stacks of things started to pile up.
3. Maintain the habit of organizing at all times
The piles of paper, the piles of clean clothes, the recycling headed for the bin -- all of which attract dust (and more litter). Once you've piled something up, it's easy to continue. Don't let piles start to build up, and if they do, deal with them once a week - put away the bills, throw away old magazines, rummage through piles of clothes, and donate them to someone else or throw them away.
4. Work on one project at a time
When you're tackling an important room cleaning (or closet, garage, basement, etc.), focus on the job at hand. Carry a bag or basket with you and keep everything that doesn't belong in that space in the bag. Dust first, then clean the floor. Then check the bag and put everything elsewhere in the house (or in the trash).

Make these your main habits. The easiest way to create a habit is to attach it to another, so make your bed and tidy up your main living area every morning after you get dressed, before you make breakfast, and while you're making coffee. Even if you have a little dust, a made bed and a clutter-free sofa will give your home a tidier feel.