Let’s debunk the traditional cleaning myths!
Traditional cleaning facts are axioms in every housekeeper’s Bible for house maintenance and hygiene preservation. Disinfecting tips are those secrets that your neighbour may never tell, because you don’t invite her for a tea!
Or they could be the pieces of your super power as a contemporary busy lady, who can cope with everything – the job duties, family support and home environment maintenance.
Sanitising solutions and complete disinfecting strategies or innovative approaches are the modern elements in lifestyle! You can’t live without them – for instance, you really can’t imagine how people used to sweep the floor with a broom only, while now, a mop, a vacuum-cleaner and a detergent is never enough! However, cleaning myths are some things you should avoid and forget till the rest of your life! Let’s debunk the most traditional ones:
White vinegar is a universal cleanser – indeed, this wonderful common liquid in your kitchen deodorises perfectly and sanitises flawlessly almost everything! However, some surfaces shouldn’t be threatened with vinegar – porous materials can be actually ruined with it!
Hair spray is as efficient as the alcohol for ink stain removal – yes, hair spray does remove a stain from an ink! But it is not better in this fight than the usual alcohol! Hair spray can eliminate the ink, because it consists of alcohol, but it is not better than it! So, if you have both cleansers at hand, you should better use the alcohol! Plus some hair spray products are composed of harmful ingredients such as parabens or toxic elements.
Newspapers are the best cleaning equipment for window cleaning, which is completely harmless – newspapers are great in wiping the windows, because they don’t leave streaks or fatty remains of the cleanser! Though, some of the new kinds of newspapers circulation come with an ink that can leave smeared print!
Cleansers for furniture are appropriate for wooden doors – some of these products are specially tailored for wooden furniture with lacquered surface! Not every door is lacquered, though! Cleaning it with an oily cleanser will leave it fatty and greasy stains!
Hopefully, we’ve helped you to get more information when it comes to sanitising techniques and products. We’ve busted some myths, correct?