We all remember to clean the obvious things in our homes such as hardwood floors, furniture, or bedding, but what about your toothbrush holder? How often do you clean it? If you can’t recall when was the last time you brushed that holder, you should check our list of things you don’t clean as often as you should.
1. Ceiling fans
The blades of a ceiling fan are actually very dusty, that’s why they should be cleaned at least once a month to keep germs and bacteria at bay.
Jacqueline Janus, cleaning expert and owner of cleaning company Two Chicks and a Broom also suggests cleaning them regularly. “You can’t see up there, but it’s a great place for dust to settle, even if you keep them running. An extendable microfiber duster is perfect for this.”
2. Outdoor furniture
Do not neglect your outdoor furniture. “Take out your outside furniture from storage to give it a good clean for warmer weather,”says Jennie Varner, Brand Manager for Molly Maid, a Neighborly Company.
You can mix up a mild solution of dish detergent and water in order to clean umbrellas and cushions and combine 1 gallon of water to cup of vinegar, cup of rubbing alcohol and about 2 squirts of dawn to clean glass tables.