I’m a professional cleaner and you need to clean the house every day to avoid a ‘bacteria war zone’ – or pay someone to do it for you
The owner of a professional cleaning company says if you want a sparkling home — with a minimum of bacteria — you should clean daily, and hire someone to help you do it if you’re too busy.
Angela Donal, 41, who runs Peachy Clean, a professional cleaning company in Belfast, She shared her tips for preventing your home from becoming a “bacterial war zone”; Saying the dirtiest things in the house like dishcloths, cell phones, and doorknobs.
She suggests people do some form of cleaning every day — in addition to a once-a-week “deep cleaning” — and recommends hiring a professional to maintain standards.
Angela Donnell owns Peachy Clean, a cleaning company in Belfast; She says that a weekly deep cleaning will ensure your home is clean
Angela says that families should disinfect dishcloths after each use and clean their germ-ridden cell phones with disinfecting wipes.
She added that many people forget to clean their light switches and wash their hands – which can lead to the spread of dangerous bacteria such as Escherichia coli and MRSA: ‘Keep your hands away from your face to prevent viruses you may pick up from your body. Hands down, they spread very easily.
for the sink? Recommends using boiled water and bleach. Instead of standing and cleaning the sink for half an hour, put some bleach in the sink, then flush the plug with a kettle of boiling water. Now your tank has no germs.
“We have to clean every day,” she explained. Cleaning is an essential part of your life. Every home needs a good weekly cleaning due to the spread of bacteria.
Shower stoppers can quickly collect hidden black mold if you don’t keep an eye on them
Bathroom limescale is incredibly common, building up in just weeks on stainless steel appliances
Use the right product, and it’s easy to keep it looking sparkling all the time
You should hire people to clean your house if you cannot do it yourself. Perhaps the most touched thing in your home is your mobile phone. It’s ten times dirtier than some toilet seats.
Make sure to clean it regularly with an alcohol-based disinfectant. Dishcloths are notorious for bacteria. Every time I use a washcloth, I sanitize it.
She also advises people to wash their hands and clean their keys.
She said don’t miss any keys and wash your hands often because the bacteria is on your hands. Do not open doors without washing your hands or doing anything that might involve touching something.
In kitchens, sponges and dishcloths can contain huge amounts of bacteria if they are not washed or disposed of
Clean the toothbrush holders in the bathroom weekly to prevent the buildup of unattractive residue
Urgh: Boiling water and bleach can make a huge difference in how clean sinks and plug holes are
Angela’s top tips from a professional cleaner to keep your home spotless
Spray kitchen and toilet surfaces frequently
Clean faucets, doorknobs, sinks, remote controls, sink drains, and kitchen counters every week
Clean shower plugs because they can develop bacteria from skin cells that fall off the body
Disinfect your old sponges and clothes as they can spread unwanted bacteria throughout your home
Clean your toothbrush holders every week
The 5 most dirty things in the house
phones / mobile devices