You can wash everything on the bed, except the bedding because no washer
together with dryer is big enough, and even if you washed it, it cannot
dry in time before you have to sleep again. So how can you keep your
mattress smelling great and clean? Here are some tricks on ways to clean
Protect your mattress by laying it using linings and mattress pads
before you decide to make your bed with fresh sheets so the dirt is
reduced to minimum by the time it reaches your bedding. The great thing
concerning these protective layers is that you can actually wash and
recycle them. Keeping the dirt and germs off the mattress will ease the
process of keeping your bed clean and fresh. Change your sheets
regularly and avoid the accumulation of dusts, microbes and dirt. Wash
the sheets with bleaching agents, and in the hottest setting on your
washer to kill any sort of tough germs. Scrub and apply gentle stain
removers to reduce stains on the covers. It not only gets rid of odors
and germs, it can provide ones mattress with a fresh feel and look!
There are hundreds different cleaning products on the market, and a vast
majority of them have ingredients that we have no idea what they are.
Remarkably, there are many household items that can be useful to treat &
clean on a daily basis domestic chores!
Whiten or Sodium Hydrochloride, will remove fungus, whitens almost
anything, and also disinfects and deodorizes. Also, when handling bleach
or even ammonia always wear gloves avoiding skin irritation. Ammonia can
strip wax of floors and cleans windows, leaving little streaks. Be extra
careful when handling Ammonia because it has strong fumes. It's
important to wear protective gloves and goggles, since Ammonia can burn
your eyes and skin. Never blend Ammonia with whiten! Lemon Juice cuts
grease and stains on aluminum together with porcelain, it also offers
whitening agents. For a great all-purpose cleaner, mix equal portions
involving lemon juice and water in to a spray bottle. This recipe works
for an effective bathroom and kitchen cleaner.
Cornstarch cleans and deodorizes carpets and rugs. Before you vacuum,
sprinkle some cornstarch, let it sit for 30 minutes, then vacuum the
rest of the powder. Luckily, cornstarch can be a green cleaning product!
The powder is designed for cleaning greasy surfaces in the kitchen like
stovetops and countertops. To make, mix equal parts of water and
cornstarch into a paste.
Ketchup are useful to clean silver and copper. The acids and vinegars
within ketchup compliment the cleaning process for both precious metals
silver and copper. Just, slather ketchup on your fixture and polish
using a clean cloth, and watch the tarnish magically fade! Borax can be
used instead of bleach, it prevents mould & mildew, removes and
deodorizes stains, and can allow a little extra oomph to the cleaning
power of your soap. Borax is both non-toxic and environmentally
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