It might seem like a senseless inquiry, with a blindingly clear answer…try and answer it!
The literal definition of cleaning is the removal of soil by applying energy. Let’s look at the various types of energy and how they are applied:
- Chemical Energy
Chemicals, when connected to soil will unstick it, separate it into littler particles and hold it in suspension, making it far less demanding to expel.
- Physical Energy
Almost, if not all cleaning tasks will involve the use of physical energy. For instance, if you are doing the washing up, the detergent will break down the grease on the plate following contact with it but in order to remove it completely, you will need to agitate the grease on the plate by using a cloth or pad. Physical energy required for particular cleaning tasks can be reduced when applied in conjunction with other forms of energy such as mechanical devices.
- Heat Energy
Applying heat alone i.e. in the form of steam can be an effective way of removing soil, particularly grease. However, placing cleaning chemicals in hot water will greatly improve its effectiveness, the reason being that the action of the heat on the grease will soften it allowing the chemical to penetrate it and break it down quicker.
House cleaning Tips
A place which makes me forget the stress and hard work of the day. My and my family’s memories are attached to it, the good and the bad! I love my house and I want to keep it clean and hygienic every time.
Here, are few tips to keep house clean.
Clean a Mirror
You don’t need to purchase glass cleaners and paper towels to clean your mirrors. Simply some vinegar and an old daily paper is all you have to keep your mirrors sparkling as new. Your home will look cleaner if the mirrors are spotless.
A spot which makes me overlook the anxiety and diligent work of the day. My and my family’s recollections are appended to it, the great and the terrible! I adore my home and I need to keep it spotless and hygienic without fail.
Rinse Your Plate
Cleaning plates is a tuff thing if its kept for some time un cleaned. I rinse my plate after dinner and have all my family members do likewise and it makes washing plates so easy. It is a small and simple habit but makes a lot of trouble easier. I don’t care for attempting to wash got nourishment dry of dishes, isn’t that right?
Cleaning the Oven
Does your oven get used every day? Someday if you’re not using your oven, give it a quick spray of oven cleaner and keep it like that till the next day. Before you turn on your oven the following day, give it a snappy wipe down. The baked on stuff comes off much easier than ever.
Cleaning the Fridge
An fridge looks huge and cleaning it looks much greater. Follow my steps and the work will be somewhat less demanding. First toss out any bad food. Then start with wiping down the top shelves and work down. Baking soda and water make a great cleaner and won’t leave your fridge smelling like harsh cleanser. After you wipe out the crispers, line them with paper towels for easier cleaning next time. Cleaning the fridge was never this simple.
Cleaning the Microwave
Cleaning a microwave is easy. Fill up a cup of water and put it in there on high for a few minutes. The steam from the cup will loosen any stuck-on food, and then you can just wipe it away. It’s that simple.
Cleaning your Bathroom
You can use lemon oil to shine the tiles of your bathroom. Lemon oil will also prevent mold and mildew. Use a false teeth bubbling tablet to avoid rings. Sometimes the problem with shower is that hard water gets build up there. Fill a plastic bag with vinegar and place it over shower head to remove hard water buildup. You can use alcohol to shine bathroom faucets.
One of the most hated things to do but fortuitously, it can be done very fast if you follow the way I do, few steps to follow to get it done quickly. First pour some cleaner in the bowl to soak. Then wipe down the seat and outside of the bowl with an antibacterial wipe or spray cleaner. After that scrub the bowl with a toilet brush and finally wipe down everything again with a dry cloth to make it shine.
Bathtubs can be cleaned too EASILY
Cleaning bathtubs, here are a few things that may help:
Use a cleanser that will foam or bubble. This allows you to “soak” your tub or shower, even if it’s a vertical wall. Get a scrubber that fits your needs, a long-handled one or an extra firm one, pick a scrubber that will be easiest for you to use. Moreover, spraying the tub or shower down after each use can make cleaning easier.
I am sure these easy to use tips will help you keep your house clean and beautiful.