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Cleaning Hacks For A Sparkling Clean Houston Apartment

March 23rd, 2020 9:55 PM by Mike Barbaro

During these uncertain times we can take measures ourselves to make sure that we are living in a clean environment. Here at Apartment Living Locators we would like to share with you some of our tips to keep your Houston luxury apartment clean doing the COVID-19 pandemic.

Houston Luxury Apartment Cleaning Tips

Keeping Your Shower Head Clean

Over the course of time, mineral deposits can build up on your shower head, leading to dirty water flow. You can remove these deposits with distilled white vinegar and a plastic bag. Fill the plastic bag with vinegar, then place it over your shower head. Secure it with a rubber band, and let it soak for about an hour. Remove the bag and wipe your shower head. This is an easy and effective way to keep your shower working clean!

Cleaning Your Mattress

We all spend a lot of time on our beds, yet we only think to clean our sheets and not the mattress itself. People use the same mattress for 7-10 years or more, so it’s safe to assume that our mattresses could benefit from a good cleaning on occasion. Freshen your mattress by filling a spray bottle with rubbing alcohol and a drop or two of your favorite essential oil.

Use Bleach and Cotton Balls to Clean Your Bathroom Floor

Tile floors in an apartment can be a nightmare to clean. When trying to clean in between these tiles, that can be even more difficult. One trick to keep these areas clean is to use bleach and cotton balls. Soak cotton balls heavily in bleach, then place them directly on the area between your tiles. Let these sit for 24 hours, then remove them and wipe clean with soapy water. 


BONUS: What Do I Need to Deep Clean My Home?

  • Disposable rags, scrub pads or towels that you don’t mind throwing away
  • Two buckets: one for the dirty/greasy water and another for fresh clean water
  • Your favorite degreaser, dish soap and disinfectant spray
  • A pair of rubber gloves
  • An abrasive scrub pad
  • A spray bottle with 1:1 vinegar and water
  • A scrub brush or an old toothbrush

Source: Molly Maid

Posted by Mike Barbaro on March 23rd, 2020 9:55 PM

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