How to Clean Your Cleaning Supplies

The simplest and most convenient house cleaning option would be to engage a cleaning company in Clarksburg, MD, but if you’re determined to do it yourself, here are some tips on how to keep your cleaning supplies clean.

Note – Never mix different cleaning products as toxic fumes may form, and always use chemicals in a well-ventilated space.

Vacuum Cleaners

Empty the bag or reusable cup after every use. Use a seam ripper or small scissors to remove any tangled hairs or threads from the beater bar to keep it turning smoothly. Inspect the hoses for blockages and change disposable filters or wash reusable filters. A cleaning company with industrial vacuums may be a great choice as they clean, maintain, and use the equipment.

Mops

Removable mop heads can be tossed in the washer with a load of towels and heavy-duty detergent and bleach. Hang them to air dry. Soak a non-removable head for 15 minutes in a bucket with very hot water and detergent. If it smells, add bleach to the rinse water to disinfect it.

Sponges and Brushes

Soak sponges and brushes for 10 minutes in hot water and bleach. Do not soak brushes that have wooden bases or handles. Even cleaning companies recommend throwing away all sponges that smell. That small is bacteria, and you don’t need it spread around your home.

Cotton and Microfiber Cloths

Wash cleaning cloths in the washing machine using detergent. If you’re concerned about bacteria, add bleach as well.

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