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Beating Bacteria in Your Home in Shoreditch
05Sep 2013

bacteria removal


When it comes to the hygiene of your home in Shoreditch you don’t want to be compromising, especially if you share your home with small children who are more vulnerable to picking up things like the flu virus. If you want to keep your home as bacteria-free an environment as possible then have a read through these handy hints, tips and tricks to get your home as clean as can be.


kitchen cleaning


-    Getting the most from your appliances.


Your dishwasher and washing machine are important appliances when it comes to the maintenance of your home in Shoreditch, E2 and family, but unless you clean them regularly you aren’t getting the most thorough cleanse from them. Make sure to clean out your washing machine to keep it as dirt-free as possible, and try running it on a rinse cycle using a mixture of lemon juice and water. The citric acid works as a natural anti-bacterial agent, and you should find your clothes come out looking much cleaner if you regularly clean your machine. Your dishwasher needs extra care too – try purchasing a dishwasher cleaner and run the machine on empty with this inside for a thorough cleanse. Make sure you’re also descaling your kettle, cleaning out your toaster and keeping your microwave free from food stains and splatters.


oven clean


-    Upgrade your appliances.


If you can afford it, you might want to consider upgrading the appliances you have to make your cleaning process easier and more hygienic. Try swapping your cooker for a self-cleaning oven, buy a dishwasher if you don’t already have one, and a portable vacuum is great way to deal with spills on-the-go. A steam cleaner is probably one of the best, quickest and most effective ways of killing the majority of bacteria in your home, so if you don’t already own one then it’s worth looking into purchasing one.


deep cleaning


-    Deep-clean your kitchen regularly.


As well keeping your kitchen clutter-free, it’s important you remember to sanitise and disinfect all your kitchen surfaces on a regular basis. For a thorough clean you should be moving your non-fixed appliances (such as your microwave) so you can dust and sanitise behind it. Clear your kitchen cupboards and drawers and wipe down the insides to ensure you’re storing your plates and cutlery in a sanitary place. Don’t forget to wipe down your bins with an antibacterial spray to keep unwanted odours away and destroy bacteria.


house cleaning


-    The places you might forget to clean.


Think carefully about all the places in your home in the E1 region that you might forget to clean – picture rails, light fixtures and bookshelves will all accumulate dust that you might not remember to give the once-over. Similarly, your curtains, duvets, mattresses and sofas should all be steam-cleaned on a semi-regular basis to help beat the bacteria you might not think is there. Electronic equipment is often neglected when it comes to cleaning – take the time to sanitise your computer keyboard, television remote controls and telephones so you can keep bacteria at bay.


domestic cleaning


-    How a cleaning schedule can help you.


Devising a cleaning schedule is a great way to make sure you’re not forgetting any odd-jobs around your house in Shoreditch. Try to make both a weekly schedule and a monthly one, so you can plan out the regular chores as well as the ones that need seeing to less frequently.