Professional Cleaner: The One Thing You Should Always Do Before Using Cleaning Products, Or They Won’t Work
- A Melbourne cleaner has revealed why you should always shake your products
- The professional cleaner explained that the products are more effective when shaken
- Ingredients naturally separate in bottles and recombine after shaking
- The woman often shares her professional cleaning tips online and her fans love them.
A professional cleaner has revealed the little-known reason why you should always shake products before use.
Kacie – who operates under The great clean company in Melbourne, said cleaning ingredients naturally separate, so shaking the product causes them to recombine and work more effectively.
‘Professional cleaning advice,’ the mother-of-four captioned her latest Tik Tok. “Ingredients sit and separate and you want to make sure you’re experiencing the full efficiency of whatever product you’re using.”
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A Melbourne-based professional cleaner explained why you need to shake your cleaning products before use for the most “effective” clean.
The cleaner, who is the director of The Big Clean Co, explained that cleaning ingredients separate when stored and must be agitated to recombine and clean effectively.
“Shake your cleaning product before using it,” Kacie said in her recent Tik Tok.
“The ingredients sit separately and work more effectively when mixed together,” he explained.
The cleaner made her own cleaning solution by mixing a liter of water with a tablespoon of her company’s cleaning product. For all.
Kacie started The Big Clean Co in 2016 after having a hard time hiring a good cleaner for her AirBnB business. He said he wanted to build a team of “happy cleaners” who would provide good customer service.
Previously, the cleaner revealed the surprising truth behind a popular cleaning product combination praised by ‘experts’.
Kacie’s The great clean companyin Melbourne, says that baking soda and vinegar aren’t a powerful cleaning duo and leave only a salty residue.
The professional cleaner says that while baking soda and vinegar are fine to use on their own, together they don’t clean efficiently since they’re opposites on the pH scale.
Kacie said that baking soda and vinegar aren’t a powerful cleaning duo and just leave a salty residue behind.
What are some of Kacie’s top cleaning secrets?
* Use a non-scratch sponge with Gumption or Bar Keepers Friend to clean soap scum off the shower screen with ease
* Always use a squeegee to remove water and then ‘buff’ or dry the glass with a microfiber cloth for sparkling results
* For gleaming windows, use Bunnings’ $37 Sabco Window Cleaning Kit that comes with a 12.5-quart bucket with lid and handle. Combine it with a microfiber glass cleaner, a stainless steel squeegee and a microfiber cloth for the perfect finish.
* Dishwashing liquid and water work great for cleaning windows
* Kmart’s #1 cleaning product is the 2-pack of Microfiber Glass Cleaning Cloths; they are hidden in the car section.
The chemical reaction can ‘look cool’ when vinegar is poured over the baking soda, however the bubbly effect only neutralizes them.
“I think the people doing this missed the days when we mixed them up in high school science,” Kacie said.
Instead, Kacie suggests that if you want to continue using the products, use them individually for best results.
The professional cleaner has also revealed the products that she always keeps in her medicine cabinet while she works.
While it’s common to use toilet bowl cleaners, dishwashing liquids, and microfiber cloths, Kacie of The Big Clean Co said she also uses magic erasers, cream cleaners, grout cleaners, biodegradable non-toxic glass cleaners, and a variety of brushes. cleaning.
‘We use a Pullman or Henry vacuum – the size and suction are great; microfiber cloths and good glass cloths for polishing and polishing,” he said in the video.
Kacie has also revealed the products she keeps in her cleaning kit while she works, some of the products are magic erasers, cream cleaners, grout cleaners, and brushes.
Pullmans and Henry vacuum cleaners are commercial products designed to make cleaning jobs easier to complete, but they often start as low as $299.
‘You knew I was going to say this, dishwashing liquid! We also use an all-purpose citrus spray, but we’re actually making our own dishwashing liquid that we’re going to be able to put in a spray bottle,” he said.
It may come as a surprise to some, but dishwashing liquid can be used to clean glass surfaces such as shower enclosures.
What’s in Kacie’s cleaning kit?
- pullman vacuum cleaner
- Microfiber cloths and glass cloths for polishing and polishing
- Duster with extendable handle
- dishwashing liquid
- Citrus Multi-Purpose Spray
- Non-toxic biodegradable glass cleaner
- long lasting grout cleaner
- bathroom cleaning brush
- Variety of brushes
- magic eraser
- Eucalyptus oil to scrub the water
- Neutral pH floor cleaner
- Toilet cleaner