Spring Cleaning in the Twenty-First Century
Same Day Carpet Cleaning Montrose — People’s cleaning habits and the products they use to clean their houses have changed for the better.
A notable example is spring cleaning, which no longer has to take place in the spring. Warmer weather meant you could stop burning coals and start wiping the blackish coal dust off the furnishings in the Victorian era. Heating techniques today are more efficient and do not necessitate such a drastic seasonal cleansing.
In the 1940s, pungent cleaning agents were created to remove difficult stains from white fabrics and stoves. Spring cleaning was taxing on the nose, eyes, and throats.
More organic and environmentally friendly cleaning products are now available. Use white vinegar and water to remove dust stains off cotton curtains and drapes. Chrome must be kept in good shape with cider vinegar, which is also great at removing pet odors.
Pour half a cup each of baking soda and vinegar, followed two minutes later by two quarts of boiling water, down kitchen and bathroom drains to keep them clean. Pour vanilla on a cotton ball, simmer cinnamon in water or use an herbal bouquet for a spring-scented home.
One of the latest updates is in trash cans. Most Americans begrudgingly take out their trash more than twice a week. More than 50 percent would rather wash dirty, piled-high moldy dishes than take out the trash. Since trash is an inevitable fact of life, it may just be a good idea to invest in a new type of trash can that is durable and more sanitary. For example, a new type of trash can, developed by Magikan, comes with a gently yet unobtrusively scented continuous liner that puts an end to pulling heavy, messy trash bags out and, most importantly, from touching germy, repulsive old garbage.
This new trash can is made from industrial-strength plastic and features a self-sealing lid that eliminates odors and a spill-free rim that ensures that all trash and liquids fall into the garbage bag. This means never having to lift a garbage bag up and out of the trash can again.