Spring is the perfect time to clean and tidy up.
This can be a difficult task, so find helpers. Boost your favourite music, follow our list of tips and take action.
1. Create your own spring cleaning list
Creating a to-do list will help you focus. Begin by listing each room and compiling a spring cleaning list for each room. For example Spring list for cleaning the bedroom:
• Decide which clothes to donate to charity.
• Clean the shelves with dust
• Ventilate and fold the clothes and arrange the wardrobe.
Write a name for each task so that each family member knows what they are responsible for.
2. Create a list of required equipment
Before you start counting the tasks on your list, collect all your cleaning equipment beforehand. Your spring cleaning list may include garbage bags, rubber gloves, cleaning sprays, a bucket, toilet cleaners, paper towels and anything else you need.
3. Remove junk from cabinets
Empty your cabinets and reference what you own. Sort everything you own into three groups: things to keep, items to throw away or to give to charity.
4. Clean the dust on the inside of the storage cabinets
Now that your cabinets are empty and your belongings are sorted in clean piles, the next thing on your spring cleaning list is to clean your cabinet interiors. Wipe them off with a little moistened kitchen paper.
Spring cleaning is the perfect time for a fresh start, rethinking the way you store your belongings and offering new storage solutions.
6. Also, clean the dust from objects before returning them to the cabinet
Items that you have saved for a long time can collect dust that can contaminate the freshly wiped shelves, so do a quick wipe again before putting them back in your cabinets. This is easier, so ask the children to help you. They can wipe the items while you clean the shelves.
7. Spring cleaning of your kitchen and bathroom
Take your cleaning sprays and clean your kitchen, including countertops and tabletops, and clean your bathroom, including your sink and bath. Make sure your house is well ventilated while doing this. After each surface glows, take a moistened paper towel for the sills to get rid of stubborn dirt and dust.
8. Leave the floor last
Now your home is about to shine, but there is one last thing to check out for a spring cleaning checklist: floor cleaning. When you're done, you can finally rest your legs up. Literally - because your floor still needs time to dry!
If you still do not want or can not do it yourself, we are at your disposal.
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Here you will receive essential recommendations on cleaning and disinfecting homes where people undergoing COVID-19 or confirmed cases reside or maybe in self-isolation. It aims to limit the survival of the virus in the environment.
Home Cleaning - Removal of Germs, Impurities and Contaminants on Surfaces
Cleaning does not kill the germs, but removes some of them, reducing their number and the risk of spreading the infection.
Home Disinfection - Use of chemicals to eliminate germs on surfaces
Disinfection does not clean furniture or remove pathogens, but it destroys them. This can further reduce the risk of spreading the infection.
General recommendations for cleaning and disinfection of dwellings
Family members can routinely clean frequently touched surfaces (tables, chairs, handles, faucets, sinks, power switches, desks, toilets, etc.) with household cleaners and disinfectants appropriate for the surface, following label instructions. Labels contain instructions for the safe and effective use of the cleaning product, including the precautions to be taken when using it, such as wearing gloves and ensuring good ventilation at work.
General recommendations for cleaning and disinfecting homes for people isolated at home:
- Clean and disinfect many surfaces in common areas of the household every day (for example chairs, desks, toilets, sinks, door handles, remote controls, power switches, etc.).
- Тhe infected person should stay in a separate room and away from other people in the home, following the instructions for home care
- If no separate bathroom is available, the toilet should be cleaned and disinfected after each visit to the sick person
- Household members should follow the home care guidelines when coming into contact with suspected/diagnosed COVID-19 persons and their isolation rooms/bathrooms
How to clean and disinfect your home Surfaces?
- Wear disposable gloves when cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Discard them after use. If you use reusable gloves, they should be designed to clean and disinfect surfaces for COVID-19 and not be used for other purposes. Observe the instructions for the use of cleaning and disinfecting products. And do not forget to wash your hands after each glove is removed.
- If surfaces are contaminated, they must be treated with detergent or soap and water before being disinfected.
- Bleach, alcohol solution (at least 70%) and disinfectants are some of the most effective disinfectants. The bleach can be used to clean specific surfaces (tiles, stone floors, etc.). Observe the expiry date and follow the instructions on the label on the back. And never mix bleach with ammonia or any other detergent.
- For soft surfaces such as carpets, curtains, etc., remove any visible dirt, if any, then clean with a suitable detergent intended for use on similar surfaces. Then wash in heat.
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