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Sanitize the Sink: It is difficult to trust, but your dirty kitchen sink has more bacteria than your toilet seat. Make use of a product -registered disinfectant, or create your own. To disinfect, clean your sink with soap and water first, then spray a mist of vinegar and let air dry. (Don’t mix the vinegar and hydrogen peroxide together–spray one after the other.) In case your sink is stainless steel, ensure it is sparkle later by placing a couple of drops of mineral oil on a soft cloth and buffing. This prevents water accumulation, which keeps the sink looking clean longer and deters mold.

Clean the Dishwasher: Once weekly, milkshake baking soda on a damp sponge and wipe around the machine’s edges to remove stuck-on spots or food. To clean the inside, run an empty cycle with Dishwasher Magic, a product built to destroy bacteria like E.coli. “During cold and flu period, add a quarter-cup of bleach to the usual dish cycle to kill bacteria,” says Laura Dellutri. After the rinse cycle is finished, the dishes will probably be sanitized and safe.

Disinfect the Disposal: To get rid of smells, drop in a cut-up lemon, some salt plus a couple ice cubes. The lemon deodorizes, along with the ice and salt clean away deposit. Or try Disposer Care (DisposerCare.com), which can be created specifically for the task.

All of us understand that sponges could be a breeding ground for bacteria. Disinfect yours every night by squeezing it and microwaving it. When it is shredded and smelly, replace it.

If all of this house cleaning is too much for you to manage, you can always call a house cleaning services company to do it for you. Generally they send from one to three maid cleaners and housekeepers on a weekly or monthly schedule to help you keep your house clean.

Put a teaspoon of Tang Drink Mix to the bowl. The citric acid works like a scrubber…and it’s nontoxic, in the event the dog takes a nip. Allow it to rest for some time, then flush and swish. And if you cringe at the idea of having splashed by toilet water (ugh!), Donna Smallin proposes shoving the toilet brush in and from the snare before you begin. This lowers the water level, allowing you to safely swish away.

While the kids are washing up through the night, wipe the tub, toilet and mirrors down, and toss out mess. Immediately wipe down the sink and flooring, when they’re finished. Bathroom done.

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