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Clean Thinking: A Journey Towards a Hygienic World!

Updated: Jul 18, 2022

You wake up early on the weekend with the sun streaming through a crack in the curtains onto the windows. You immediately think that sunshine appears in the dust. I need to get up and go. If that describes you, you're probably too busy with a mop and duster right now to sit down and peruse or require this post. This post is for the rest of us who understand that cleaning is necessary to keep our houses as fresh-smelling, comfortable to live in, and sanitary as possible.



Too many individuals regard cleaning as an unpleasant task that cannot be avoided but is all too easy to put off. This article covers the whole range of cleaning themes, from sensible routines and the proper equipment to deal with unforeseen messes. The more you know about cleaning and the better organized you are about cleaning, the less effort, time, and money you will spend doing it.


The Three Kinds of Cleaning


In a moment, we'll get into the specifics of what we term "clean thinking," or the mentality required for simpler, more effective cleaning. However, to master clean thinking, it is necessary to first comprehend the cleaning categories. There are three,

  • Immediate cleaning keeps small, easy-to-clean problems from becoming large, difficult ones that need time and effort to remove. If you wipe the stove with a sponge or towel after each use, the process will just take seconds. You will be preventing what may later become a multi-layered build-up requiring hours of significant cleaning care. Cleaning mode means you clear up messes immediately with the immediate cleaning mode. Otherwise, spills and stains accumulate, and your family learns that a messy house is acceptable.

  • Maintenance cleaning is performed on a regular but not necessarily frequent basis. You may opt to clean the bathroom backsplash tiles once a week or wash the kitchen drapes twice a year. Maintenance cleaning may be planned — you can even write it down or schedule a day off in your calendar. It might even be as basic as always washing up and cleaning the kitchen counters right after dinner.

  • Remedial cleaning involves cleaning after long periods of neglect, such as addressing the refrigerator after a year's worth of drips and spills have collected on the bottom shelf. Remedial cleaning is the clean-up after a large or little calamity, such as a flood or a pet accident on the carpet. You may avoid it by placing a tray on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator that you can remove and wash, or by following maintenance procedures.

When a mild cleaner fails to remove the filth, tougher and more abrasive cleaners and instruments are employed. The major risk is that remedial cleaning might inevitably turn to abusive cleaning. Excessive cleaning may cause more harm than the initial filth - just more incentive to stay on top of things. To have an effortless yet efficient cleaning Browse through our products and stay tuned to find out more.

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