Have you moved into a new space, renovating your home, or just wanting to reinvent your cleaning regimen? If you are just moving out on your own or into a new home, it’s good and sometimes a little bit fulfilling to collect new cleaning instruments over time. At first, invest in the must-have items and slowly add to your small collection of cleaning supplies to create an unstoppable cleaning regimen. RCH Cleaning has you covered with a list of the most essential cleaning tools that no home cleaning process would be complete without.
Broom, Dustpan, and Mop
Every type of hard flooring, such as wood, laminate, linoleum, and tile, has specific cleaning instructions for optimum cleanliness to be achieved. Most people get cleaning done just fine with their reliable broom and dustpan and/or dust mop. Depending on if you have small children or pets, getting a wet mop can help you tackle those accidental spills or grime that’s tracked in from outside.
Every home needs a good sponge in its cleaning arsenal. The classic sponge that sports a more abrasive side that can tackle stuck-on dirt and grime is always a safe bet. If you are looking to move on from the classic, try out sponge cloths that help bridge the gap between sponge and towels. These types of towels are known as spaghetti sponges – the best part is that these sponges don’t require soap! Additional options include getting a Scrub Daddy that changes texture based on temperature, or silicone sponges that are known for their long-lasting durability.
Microfiber cloths can be an instant booster in your cleaning power, it is smart to keep a few spares in your cleaning closet or cabinet. These cloths are known for their ability to get surfaces clean on their own or with just water. A plus side is that these cloths should not scratch or leave streaks behind which makes them great for windows.
Sponges and cloths aren’t always going to be able to get the job done, if you encounter one of those times having a scrub brush can save the day. Scrub brushes are handy if you need to clean tiles, tubs, fixtures, or tough stains. You can repurpose an old dish brush or purchase a new heavy-duty cleaning scrubber.
No matter if it’s a robot vacuum or a traditional vacuum, we view any form of vacuum as a necessity when it comes to keeping your home free from settled dirt, pet hair, and allergens. Carpets and rugs have the ability to trap all of those nasty allergens, pet hair, dirt, and grim that you and your family will be slowly breathing in. Having a vacuum handy can help suck up those trapped elements in your carpets/rugs so you can breathe just a bit easier.
RCH Professional Cleaning specializes in thorough cleaning services for homes. Contact RCH Cleaning today or call 417-763-8365 for more information on what we do!