Having a clean and tidy office is essential to maintaining a productive work environment. But many times it is not clear what the best cleaning process is. Here we will give you several tips from experts to keep the office clean.read more
The kitchen is one of the places with the most traffic. Between kitchen disasters and dirty dishes, the kitchen can go through a lot in the week, making it very important to clean it frequently. Cleaning your splattered stove-stained countertop and wiping down all surfaces daily can be a chore, especially when your time is short.read more
With so many things to do in a day, often you don’t have the time to make the bed every day, much less to wash the sheets every week.read more
Working from home has become the norm; a clean and organized office helps to maintain productivity and workflow because a well-organized space generates a feeling of peace, concentration, and creativity.read more
Gather your supplies. Don’t underestimate the value of this step. Try to find cleaners, kitchen towels, sponges, etc. It not only consumes time but increases the risk of distractions so that you forget what you were working on in the first place.read more
Used tea bag Fill a few used tea bags in an open container or small bowl and place them inside your fridge. The tea leaves
will absorb foul odors and leave your fridge smelling fresh. Be sure to replace the tea bags every 3-4 days for optimal odor control.
Could you make it a goal to clean your wood furniture weekly? Dusting can be done more frequently but should be done at least once a week to avoid scratching. Spills and stains should be cleaned up as soon as they occur, like spilled wine on the dining room chairs.read more