10 Common Cleaning Mistakes That Promote Germ Growth

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Do you think you make any cleaning mistakes?

The process of cleaning your home might seem like a straightforward thing. You just grab a rug, some cleaning and disinfecting products, a little patience, music that puts you in a good mood, and your vacuum, and you get going.

But have you ever cleaned the house only to find that it was dirtier after you were done? Cleaning your house or apartment might not be your favorite thing in the world, but you surely love the feeling and results when you’re done. But if you don’t do it the proper way, you’re more likely to get discouraged and frustrated, especially if you notice that nothing is clean around you.

If you’ve been there before, you know that there are mistakes you make that, if not corrected right away, might lead to wasted effort and even health problems.

Are you tired of making these mistakes? No problem, because we know exactly what you’re doing wrong.Ā Don’t make these typical blunders the next time you clean; instead, use these solutions.

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13 Responses

  1. I thought about the toilet brush idea before and I am cleaning it more often since Covid has surfaced. That never hurts anyways. Preventing illness goes a long way.
    I’d clean it with a soap ( not soup) solution though. šŸ¤£

  2. the suggested process of adding baking soda to vinegar is a waste of time. The vinegar will convert the baking soda to sodium acetate, water, as well as carbon dioxide gas. I suggest that you do two different steps. 1st vinegar as an anti microbial treatment and 2nd) baking soda to absorb odors.

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