At Minch’s professional cleaning company in Bucks County, we know firsthand just how busy young working men and women are—and we know just how relaxing it can be to come home to a clean and fresh home. Unfortunately, if you’re just getting started in your career, you’re probably making do with roommates or a small studio apartment—and not a ton of room for a full cleaning supply kit. Save space and stress by limiting your cleaning cabinet to these seven essentials!
All-purpose cleaner. The name says it all—an all-purpose cleaner is safe to use on almost every surface in your home. From bathroom tiles to kitchen countertops, an all-purpose cleaner is invaluable when cleaning room-to-room and saving space!
Glass cleaner. All-purpose cleaners are great for everything—except glass and mirrors. All-purpose cleaners often leave a streaky residue when used on windows and mirrors, so investing in a bottle of glass cleaner is worth the space it takes up.
A small bottle of bleach. When you need to tackle a tough cleaning job, bleach is a no-nonsense germ-killing menace. However, thanks to its abrasive nature, you should avoid using bleach except as a last resort, and you should heavily dilute it with water before use. Opt for a small bottle of bleach to save space and use it sparingly.
A pair of sturdy rubber gloves. Don’t ruin your nails scrubbing that bathroom tile! Pick up a strong and sturdy pair of rubber gloves and add them to your kit.
An old toothbrush. Toothbrushes are essential for oral health—but did you know they also make great cleaning tools? From scrubbing grout to cleaning out the cupholders in your car, an old toothbrush is an invaluable cleaning tool.
A dual-sided sponge. Some cleaning jobs need a soft touch of a sponge while others require the tough bristles of a scrubbers. Save space by opting for a dual-sided sponge that can handle both tasks!
A microfiber cloth. Dusting is an important cleaning task—especially when allergy season rolls around! Save space by skipping the feather duster and picking up a microfiber cloth. Microfiber is just as good at picking up dust and pollen and is more affordable and storage-friendly.
Is your house cleaning in Bucks County getting to be too much to handle? Let the team at Minch handle the dirty work! To learn more or to schedule an appointment, give our team a call today at 267-202-4412.