3 Rules to Achieve Better Cleaning Results


When it comes to household cleaning, we all want one thing. To be rewarded with great cleaning results after the amount of time and energy we’ve invested in the job. Unfortunately, that seems to be the case rarely.

Achieving efficient cleaning results boils down to many things. Some include technique, product and some amount of knowledge on the job at hand.

Although, there are three important rules that every homeowner must know. Read on to find out what these are.

  1. Move with the Times

In households across the globe, people still choose to use old clothes as dust cloths. Outdated cleaning appliances double the amount of time and effort needed to use them. It all gives poor cleaning results.

This may be all right for those who don’t care for anything more than average cleaning results. But you need to understand the importance of upgrading your cleaning appliances, tools, and products.

Why you’ve been struggling to achieve professional cleaning results? Blame it on your stubbornness in moving with times (as far as your cleaning ‘aids’ are concerned). Do some research. Take a look at what’s on the market. Update your cleaning supplies cabinet for more efficient cleaning results henceforth.

  1. Don’t Clean in Haste

You should understand that the result of rushed efforts almost always ends badly. No matter how much cleaning shortcuts you can use to speed up cleaning tasks.

Like most things, cleaning requires a decent amount of invested time and effort. In fact, some cleaning tasks take longer than others. That’s because the cleaning product needs sitting time to work best. See? Even cleaning products know how to be patient.

Many homeowners choose to skip the ‘sitting’ time because they want to get the job over with. But you don’t have to waste your time doing anything while a cleaner sits. Instead, go ahead and finish up other cleaning tasks in the meantime.

Allowing a cleaning product to sit on a surface reduces the amount of time and effort you need in scrubbing. The dirt and stains break down and loosen up. And all you have to do is wait.

  1. Make a Cleaning Schedule

Let’s be honest. Without a cleaning schedule, you’ll make every excuse not to clean. A plan helps you fit cleaning into your day-to-day routine. It also ensures that cleaning tasks/chores are carried out regularly.

Daily or regular cleaning means maintaining the cleanliness of your home. The hardest time to clean efficiently is when you’ve allowed certain areas of your home to reach a state of absolute filth.

So sticking to a cleaning schedule will ensure that you only need little time and effort to do daily cleaning tasks like our friends at Gleem in Bristol.