In this blog, I am going to be sharing several cleaning products I have used as a professional cleaner for the past 29 years that will make even some of the toughest cleaning jobs easier!
Although cleaning isn’t always the first thing on our to do lists, it doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. In fact, all of the following cleaning products are under $20.00.
1. Pumie Pumice Stone
Cleaning stovetops can be a dreaded chore, but not with the Pumie Scouring Stick. This product is safe for all non-stainless steel stove tops. It’s also great for those stubborn hard water stains in your toilet!
Simply spray the stove top with your favorite all-purpose cleaner and let it sit 10 minutes – I often wipe counters down while I wait. Next, use a soapy, warm microfiber rag to remove any food that may be on the stove top, then wet the Pumie in the soapy dish water. You can now use it to get rid of grease and grime. Repeat this process until the surface is sparkling clean!
The next product I want to share is great for pet owners and homes where your little guys may not be the best at aiming in the bathroom. It neutralizes pet urine and other odors safely, plus it’s made with eucalyptus, so it smells fresh and sanitizes surfaces – a win-win!
2. Odo Ban
This product is a lifesaver! My cleaning company has used it to clean up dog urine countless times. It is also great for cleaning wood floors, or washing walls that have pet or smoke odors because it is a neutralizer.
Use a 1/2 of cup of Odo Ban to 2 gallons of water. It cleans and deodorizes at the same time great product.
3. Libman Wonder Mop
The last product is the Libman Wonder mop. I swear by this mop!
No two homes are ever the same. I quickly learned I needed a mop that would be clean at each property. This mop is the answer to that very problem. Some homes have pet dander, so you should be mindful not to take that mop into your next home that does not have pets!
I love this mop because it covers wide floor spaces and is very flexible, so no more back-breaking strains when cleaning baseboards. The mop head easily pops right off, plus they are machine washable, allowing you to have a fresh mop at each property. No more smelly mops! Not to mention, you are not spreading germs by using the same mop all day.
I recommend all three of these cleaning products because they have allowed us to provide quality cleaning services without breaking our backs, or compromising our customers’ services.
Working smarter, not harder, can be easily attained with each of these products.
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