The most common tools that are usable for the whole home are the following: - Microfiber Cloths - Terry Cloths
The most common used cleaning solution for whole home cleaning would be: - Dawn Platinum Dish Soap, or - Vinegar - Combined with Lysol Both Dawn Platinum Dish Soap & Vinegar Solutions provide a natural non-hard chemical cleaning. The Lysol ads on an extra kick with a fresh clean fragrance to satisfy the cleaning smell anyone looks for when having a cleaning done. For more details see: pro-cleaning-kit-general-cleaning.html
The remaining solutions are what you would need to complete particular pieces of your home that would not be used in your entire home:
- Toilette Cleaner, as the name implies, this would just be needed for your toilettes. - CLR, this solution would be combined with the magic erasers to easily remove soap scum and hard water marks. For more details see: pro-cleaning-kit-magic-erasers-clr-bleach.html - Furniture Polish, would just be applied to clean and polish wood furniture. - Bleach, this can be used in alternation of a whole home cleaning if you would prefer a harder chemical cleaning, although it is not necessary unless this is your preference. But, in balance to work with tough areas, bleach plus magic erasers would be used to remove mold. For more details see: pro-cleaning-kit-magic-erasers-clr-bleach.html - Murphy's Soap, would only be needed to clean and polish wood floors. - Awesome Grill and Stove cleaner, would be used to clean the oven and stove, best combined with the razor to easily cut through grease. - Stainless Steel Polish, again just as the name lists, would be used to clean and polish stainless steel appliances. - Scouring Stick, used on toilettes that have built up calcium
Other tools used to complete the order: - Blade kit, used for de-greasing kitchen cabinets with solution. Also can be used for hard water mark removal, and cleaning through hard gunk on surfaces. - Swiffer mop kit, used to clean floors, and wall cleaning. This method applied with the terry cloths to get a sanitary clean. Keep reading on about using the Swiffer mop to use as a tool rather than the standard mops!
Of course, you will also need a broom and a vacuum, but we are leaving these items to client and housekeeper preference as this is a broad and generic topic.
In this post we will be reviewing the different solutions needed to complete any household task at ease! The discussion will be based on what is in these kits, and when to use each item. These are also all of the products included in our pro cleaning kits!
Any novice cleaner/housekeeper can probably think of a million different things needed to clean a home, but we already have the years of experience to cut down the list to what you really need.
The truth is that a little goes a long way if you are using everything correctly, which is what we will be going over soon.
So to begin, we are going to list all of the products that are needed and their general cost: