cleaning tips

Our company is made up of a specialized team with more than 10 years of experience in the recruitment, supply and management of support staff for many long-standing organizations. Our company employs professional cleaners. Here are some tips from our professionals.


Cleaning a messy room can seem like a daunting task, but if you make a simple plan, you can clean it thoroughly and in record time. Evaluate your room and the time you need to really get involved in the process. You can do a lot in a short time if you map them well!

  • First, bring a trash bag and pick up the garbage in the room. By eliminating waste, you will avoid spills or dirt from the laundry during cleaning.

  • Then take care of the bed. A sleek bed with a smooth blanket and neat pillows sets the tone for the entire room. If you have time to change the sheets, do it first. If not, shake the blanket on a patch of soil to cool it down, then make the bed. A neat bed can also contain objects such as picture frames or books, where you can carefully line them up and put them back easily after cleaning.

  • Put the space in its place. Right the bedside table items, such as lamps and knick-knacks, and bring the kitchen items back to their places. Put the clothes in the laundry bin or make a pile in your closet to fold them later. If you have items from other rooms lying around, start a sorting pile that you can remove and process later. We want the room to be clean and not turn into a game of "Where's it going?"

  • Wipe furniture with microfiber cloths. Who needs a polishing spray and a cloth when you are in a hurry! Pre-cut, folded microfiber cloths are great for dusting furniture, TVs, shelves, and frames.

  • Vacuum or sweep the floor. This is an essential step, because a lot of dust and crumbs settle there. A quick run through the room will be effective. If you have more time, make a second round.


Toilet cleaning is somewhere around zero on the scale of pleasant cleaning tasks, but you have no choice but to tackle it. Here are some ways to make your job easier and reduce the cost of specialty cleaners.

  • Antacid tablets: place two antacid tablets or a denture tablet containing baking soda in the bowl, let them dissolve for about 20 minutes, then scrub the bowl with a toilet brush. A vitamin C tablet will also do the trick.

  • Mouthwash: take a bottle of mouthwash from the medicine cabinet and pour ¼ cup into the bowl. After about half an hour, scrub the bowl with a toilet brush and flush the toilet.

  • Cola: empty a can of cola in the bowl and let stand 30 to 60 minutes before rubbing and rinsing.

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DIY All-Purpose Orange Cleaner

We love the scent of orange in our kitchen, and we love this all-purpose cleaner with orange peel even more. It works great on all kinds of kitchen surfaces like countertops, sinks and greasy stoves, and all you need is the peel of several oranges, plain white vinegar, water, a spray bottle and a glass jar with screw lid (a Mason jar works perfectly). Place the orange peels in the glass jar, cover with vinegar and let stand for several weeks in a cool place. Then transfer part of the mixture to a spray bottle and add two parts of water. Shake to combine and it's ready to use. Your family will love the scent!

Second Use for Used Baking Soda

Instead of throwing the baking soda at the end of its 30-day stay in your refrigerator, throw it in the trash with running water. It will also keep your layout fresh!

Make Oven Cleaning Easy

The secret to making it easier to clean the oven is to take care of spills as soon as they occur. If there is a sticky mess at the bottom of your oven, sprinkle salt over it as soon as possible. After a short while in a hot oven, the spill turns to ash and you can easily wipe it off with a damp cloth after your oven has cooled.


Laundry Room

You use your laundry room to clean clothes, but when was the last time you cleaned your washer, dryer and other appliances.

Clean the washer

Cleaning your washing machine is not only for appearance - the process also helps to remove buildup in hoses and pipes. Start by running an empty, regular cycle on hot, using two cups of vinegar instead of detergent. Then mix the vinegar and water and use this mixture to scrub the inside of the machine. Finish by running another empty, regular cycle on hot with just water. For the exterior of the machine, wipe the top and sides with an all-purpose cleaning cloth. Then use the hose connector on your vacuum cleaner to gently pick up the dust and debris from behind the machine.

Clean the dryer

Even if you clean the screen of your dryer each time you load, you still have lint missing. These little balls of down not only prevent your clothes from drying properly, but they also pose a major fire risk. Protect yourself by cleaning the lint trap every month.

Disinfect other devices

Even if they are not the stars of the show, irons, steamers and other small laundry appliances still deserve a little care. Once a month, clean your iron with dishwashing detergent, vinegar, baking soda or salt. Then fill the tank with distilled water, set the iron to high and let the steam naturally clean the vents of the iron. For a steamer, use vinegar and the high heat setting to remove any dirt. Discard the vinegar, then heat the distilled water in the steamer. Wipe all other devices with disinfectant cloths or all-purpose wipes to remove germs.


A clean office helps keep your head clear, but who has time to organize with your workload? Putting systems in place and sticking to them allows you to work smarter while working harder. It also gives the impression that you are aware of things when your boss makes an impromptu visit to your office.

Here are some tips for cleaning your desk:

File as you go

One of the biggest office offenders is piles of paper - on your desk, on your shelves, and possibly on your floor. It's easy to keep busy and start stacking documents for filing later, but before you know it, you've got too much to do. The key is to process the documents as you go. Set up a system of trays or clearly labeled file folders and make a habit of using them. The same goes for your computer desktop.

Clean your electronic devices

We know you eat at your desk so you can work during lunch. And it certainly impresses your boss, but your coworkers are probably laughing about the week-old stroganoff spots. Fortunately, this is a simple solution. Go to your local office supply store, pick up wipes specifically designed for electronics, and make sure to wipe your keyboard and monitor daily. Not only will it keep dust and debris from erasing your computer, it also helps keep germs at bay.

Get rid of the trash

Magnetic business cards, colorful line of inexpensive pens, coffee mugs, calendars - all gifts you could not refuse. Now they are scattered all over your desk. It may sound useful, but it's really just things that clutter up your space and make you feel guilty about throwing it away. We know it's hard to resist the free swag, but just learn to say "no".

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