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Top 10 Most Overlooked areas you need to include in your home cleaning

We unveil the Top 10 most overlooked areas you need to include in your home cleaning. Elevate your cleaning game and create a spotless haven that shines from top to bottom.

1. Toilet water closet: Deep clean your toilet once a week. This includes scrubbing the bowl, tank, and seat with a disinfectant cleaner.

2. Grease traps: Deeply clean your grease traps every three months. This involves removing the grease and oil from the trap and then scrubbing it with a disinfectant cleaner.

3. Light switches: Light switches tend to collect bacteria from our hands. Make sure to spray your all-purpose cleaner onto a microfiber cloth first, taking care to avoid spraying the lighting hardware.

4. Towels: Wash your towels once a week. This will help prevent the buildup of dirt, sweat, and bacteria.

5. Cleaning Materials: You can’t clean a surface with dirty microfiber, right? Your cleaning materials (brush, broom, and microfiber) need some TLC too! and to avoid spreading germs on the surface.

6. Baseboards: with all the cleaning that you need to do, this spot can be easily overlooked! Always double-check baseboards; this spot accumulates a lot of dust.

7. Trash Can: Although cleaning this may seem absurd, the garbage that spills out of the bag or entirely misses it and ends up decomposing at the bottom of the trash.

8. Refrigerator: Clean your refrigerator once a week. This includes wiping or washing down the shelves and drawers, as well as cleaning the door gasket.

9. Couch: Vacuum your couch once a week. This will help to remove any dirt and dust that may have accumulated. Daily vacuuming is necessary.

10. Blankets and pillow covers: To prevent this, it is essential to wash your blankets and pillow covers weekly. This will help prevent the buildup of dirt.

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