Gas: Always start on the right side of your gas, then move clockwise around the kitchen. Gas is usually the dirtiest part of cooking, finishing cleaning the kitchen with gas will prevent you from spilling dirt and grease.
Disinfect the sink : To disinfect, clean your sink with soap and water, then spray with vinegar and then with hydrogen peroxide, and let air dry.
Dishwasher: Once a week, put baking soda on a damp sponge and wipe around the edges of the machine to remove stuck foods or stains. To clean the inside, run an empty cycle with a product designed to kill bacteria like E. coli.
Oven: Wash the grates of your oven. They can be wiped with a paper towel, wash the towel, and reuse it again and again.
Disinfect the sink: To get rid of odors, place a lemon cut, a little salt and some ice cubes.
Paper Napkins: Use microfiber cloths instead. When wet, they disinfect and clean floors, countertops, glass and tile.
Wash as you go: Fill your sink with hot, soapy water as soon as you start to eat and put the pans on them so that the grease and food do not stick to it.
Disinfect the sponge: We all know that sponges can be fertile ground for bacteria. Disinfect yours each night by putting it in the microwave for a minute, but be careful not to put a sponge with a scraper.
In the bathroom
Shine the doors: Rubbing a teaspoon of lemon oil on the glass shower doors twice a month prevents the water from leaving marks.
Shower curtains: Does mildew attack your shower curtain? Put it in the wash with a few towels, which will help wipe it off, then hang it again to dry.
Toilets : Put a teaspoonful of Tang Drink Mix in the toilet. Citric acid acts as a cleaner and is nontoxic. Let it sit for a few minutes, then rinse and flush.
Drains : Keep the drains free of hair by using a product like Drano, then pour boiling water once a week.
Clean at bedtime : While children wash in the evening, wipe down the bathtub, toilet and mirror, and store. When they are done, quickly wipe the tub and floor.
Choose the right broom : For indoors, choose a fine broom to pick up smaller dirt particles. For outdoors, opt for a stronger broom and stiffer hair.
Super Storage : Sweep with the handle down. It makes them easier to find and protects the hair.
Start with the bed : If your bed is done, your bedroom looks neat.
Just keep the essentials: next to your bed put a book, a moisturizer, your knitting or anything else you like to do in your bed. Then keep your clock, a lamp and a box of tissues on your bedside table. That’s all.
Avoid static electricity: add ¼ cup of white vinegar to the rinse cycle or put two tennis balls in your tumble dryer.
Use cold water : Almost anything can be washed in cold water (it’s better for your bills and for the environment).
Vacuum: When vacuuming, start in the far corner and vacuum toward the door.
Make a lost property office: Every home needs it. Use a box to store lost game pieces, screws and buttons.
Store quickly: Sweep each piece in 5 minutes, holding a laundry basket with you. Place in everything that is not part of the room, then put the objects in their place.