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Essential Cleaning Tools for Every Home

It is holiday and you probably want to use this time to clean your home. It will be a long break after your busy week. Below are the equipments which you might need while cleaning up your home. Sometimes we can get confused when it's time to clean the home. What will be the best ideas and methods? You will find the answer in these articles. Vacuum cleaner with attachments Carpet sweeper Applicator for shampooing rugs and carpets Applicator for wax (With or without container for liquid and self-polishing waxes) Floor polisher (weighted or electric) Soft bristle or hair broom Dust mop (synthetic for easy washing) Wet mop (cellulose sponge or string) Scrubbing brush (long handled) Dust pan and brush (long handled) Pail Radiator brush Toilet brush or johnny mop Dust cloths Polishing cloths (flannel or chamois) Whisk broom Bathtub brush with long handle Brushes for chased silver Small brush for laundry Cellulose sponges We hope you won't find it disconcerting to open this book and find that you have landed spank in the cleaning closet.

But what better place is there to begin a discussion of easier and more effective home cleaning methods? The easy cleaning methods advocated today, the improved cleaning agents that are available and the efficient streamlined equipment we have are based on long scientific investigation in the nation's laboratories and the workshops of engineers. We have electric equipment that operates with push buttons and switches, and mechanical gadgets that are increasingly efficient and easy to manipulate. New materials for upholstery, floors, and counters can be cleaned with the swish of a damp cloth; minimum-care clothing textiles simplify the problem of laundering.

Cleaning agents for specific tasks are offered in bewildering variety. But to take full advantage of the easy maintenance of modern materials women have to become a little scientific too. They must know what to use and what not to use in cleaning the many different materials in the home, and they must have a little mechanical knowledge if they are to use the new tools to best advantage. Prepare for the equipments before you start the cleaning, make a list about the things which you might required, this will help you to complete your work on time, as you don't have to keep going to the store whenever you need them.

We can use some cleaning agents and materials which are available in the market, and learn how to make our cleaning agents from the materials that we have at home.

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