I get it. You have a lot of cleaning to do, and you’re tired of the same old routine. You want something new, something that will make your home sparkle and shine like never before. You want Pixie Dust! But where to start? Which products are best for different areas of your house? Well, I’m here to help! I’ve been in this business for ages, so let me share my wisdom with you:
- Vinegar: The microwave is a great place to start, because it’s your least favorite appliance. If you’ve got a steaming bowl of ramen noodles in there and five minutes until class starts, don’t worry about cleaning the inside of your microwave right now. Just empty out all of your food (or at least most of it) and spray some vinegar on a towel or paper towels before wiping down the inside walls. It’ll help pull off any stuck-on gunk that might be lurking around in there!
- Lemon Juice: Now that we’ve taken care of our dirty dishes, let’s move on to another kitchen mess: ovens! This can be tricky because sometimes they get super hot while baking–but if you’re careful enough not to burn yourself while scrubbing away at years’ worth of baked-on grease stains with lemon juice and baking soda paste (a mixture made by mixing equal parts), then congratulations: Your oven will look brand new again! Just make sure not too much gets onto any exposed skin areas like hands or forearms since this combination could cause irritation upon contact with eyes/skin; if so wash immediately with soap & water then seek medical attention if pain persists beyond 24 hours after exposure occurs.”
The first step to keeping your fridge clean is to clean it regularly. While you may think you’re doing yourself a favor by not cleaning as often, this can actually cause more harm than good. If you leave food residue on the inside of your fridge, it will build up over time and attract mold and other bacteria that can make you sick.
Clean the inside of your refrigerator once per week with hot water and vinegar (or baking soda), then wipe down all shelves with lemon juice–which will help kill any lingering germs! Afterward, wash off any jars or containers using warm water mixed with dish soap so they’re ready for use again later in the week or month depending on when they’re used most often around here at home.”
The bathroom is a place that most of us use every day, so it’s important to keep it clean and tidy. The best way to do that is by cleaning regularly with the right products.
Here are some tips on how often you should clean your bathroom:
- Cleaning once a week will help prevent any build-up of dirt and germs in the sink or on tiles. It also means no one has to be covered in toilet paper when they go into the bathroom after you!
- If there are any stains on the floor or walls (like from spilled drinks), then it’s best to clean those sooner rather than later so they don’t leave permanent marks behind them when they eventually fade away over time
Countertops and sink
The sink and countertops are the dirtiest parts of your kitchen. Sinks accumulate a lot of gunk, especially if they’re not basin-style. Countertops get splattered with food and bacteria every time you chop vegetables or open a bottle of ketchup, so they need extra attention when it comes to cleaning.
Here’s what we recommend:
- Baking soda: Use baking soda as an abrasive cleanser on your sink’s drain hole, faucet handles and other hard-to-reach places where grime tends to build up over time (like under the lip of your garbage disposal). You can also use it in place of toothpaste when scrubbing down hard surfaces like porcelain sinks or toilets–just make sure not to use too much pressure since that could scratch off any protective coating that may be present!
- Vinegar: Vinegar works wonders at removing stains from granite counters without leaving behind any residue; just pour some into a bowl filled halfway with hot water then dip paper towels into it until they’re soaked through before wiping down those pesky marks right away!
- Don’t use bleach on granite countertops because it could damage their finish over time due its high alkalinity level which can cause chemical reactions with other substances such as metals present within these types materials’ construction process.”
Floors, carpets and stairs
For your floors, carpets and stairs:
- Use a vacuum cleaner to clean your floors.
- Use a damp cloth or mop to clean the carpet. If you have hardwood or other types of flooring that’s sensitive to moisture, use a dry cloth instead of one that’s wet.
- Use wet rags for cleaning stairs (and other vertical surfaces) if they’re not carpeted!
Pixie Dust cleaning service can help you choose the right products for your home
Pixie Dust cleaning service can help you choose the right products for your home.
We’ll make sure you have the right tools and products to get the job done right, every time.
We hope that this guide has been helpful in helping you decide which cleaning products are best for your home. If you’re still unsure about what to use or how much will work, Pixie Dust can help! We have a team of experts who can come over and assess your needs before recommending solutions. Just give us a call at 07387187385 or contact us.