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13 tips to clean your house easily in record time
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13 tips to clean your house easily in record time


Many of us are spending more time indoors than we did before the coronavirus pandemic, and some have given up outside cleaning aids to avoid strangers entering the house.

Therefore, WebMD has prepared a list of tips and steps to follow to keep the house clean in general, with a focus on the most important elements that help purify the air inside the walls of the house, in line with the increasing recommendations to maintain the health of the respiratory and immune system to increase the ability to resist infection possibilities, according to what he said. Al Arabiya website.

1- Renew the air of the house

Most home cooling and heating systems recycle the air that is already in the home, including dust, dirt, pollen or viruses that have managed to infiltrate the interior. Experts advise opening windows and doors when the weather is nice and the pollen count is low to freshen the air inside the home.

Experts stress that this step is especially important if there are fumes from paint, cooking, kerosene heaters, or hobbies such as carpentry.

2- Cleaning products

Some cleaners contain harsh chemicals that can cause breathing problems or trigger an allergy or asthma attack. Experts recommend that you read package labels carefully and stay away from products that contain VOCs, fragrances or flammable ingredients. It is sufficient to use ordinary soap and water, vinegar or baking soda.

3- Houseplants

House plants are not only useful for decoration and fun to look at, but they are a simple and effective solution to get rid of carbon dioxide and increase oxygen levels, and some types of house plants can help cleanse the air inside the house of chemical fumes.

Experts recommend easy-to-care-for and healthy houseplants such as English ivy, ficus trees, lilies, and certain types of short palms.

4- air filters

A dirty filter on an air conditioning unit or heater can block proper airflow, threatening mold growth if it gets wet due to high humidity. Air filters should be changed at least every 3 months making sure the filter type is good and suitable for the equipment.

In the case of people with asthma or allergies - or those who keep pets or families with a large number of people under one roof, air filters should be checked and cleaned once a month. Experts advise that it may also be appropriate for specialized companies to inspect and clean air conditioning and heating devices once a year.

5- Baths

Humid areas are at greater risk of spreading fungus and germs, so bathrooms should be kept dry at all times. You can turn on a fan or open a window to help move air after you shower, and wet towels are flattened to dry quickly so they don't get trapped by harmful bacteria and germs.

6- Air fresheners

Some air fresheners contain volatile organic compounds that may cause problems for the nose, throat and lungs. Other aerosol sprays, including some health and beauty products, also contain the same VOCs. You can rely on natural sources to protect health.

7- Storing fruits and vegetables

If fruits and vegetables are stored for a long time, mold may grow on them. Store fruits and vegetables should be checked regularly, and quickly disposed of any moldy or sticky pieces. In order to keep the stock of vegetables and fruits fresh for a longer period, experts advise not to wash them before storage, but to wash them carefully before eating them directly.

8- Household insects

House bugs can cause problems before and after killing them. Experts explain that household insects should be disposed of after killing them and reviewing the places where the bait was placed or pesticides were sprayed, to sweep the insects out of the house.

The body of an insect breaks into small pieces, and it can fly in the air, and these small remains can lie on pillow covers, sheets, and other fabrics, which threatens to cause asthma attacks or allergies.

9- Leftovers

Leftovers attract insects and cockroaches. Experts advise that all leftover foods be kept in airtight containers. Trash baskets with a lid should also be used both indoors and outdoors.

10- Forgotten areas

Cabinet tops and hoods are places that many forget to clean, along with areas behind toilets and under kitchen and bathroom sinks. Experts recommend cleaning these surfaces once every 3 months with warm water and soap, taking special care of areas where grease and dirt may collect, such as the filters on top of the stove.

11- Linens and carpets

Everyone washes sheets, pillowcases, blankets and rugs, but experts recommend washing once a week in 50°C water, or according to the instructions on each product, to help get rid of dust, mold, mites and other things that can affect breathing.

12- Home Furniture

Fabrics can trap dust, pollen, and other allergens. Experts advise choosing furniture made of leather or vinyl in the living room to avoid this problem. It is preferable not to hang many curtains in the rooms of people with allergies or asthma, and to dust them regularly if they are already installed.

13- Flooring

Hard surfaces, such as wood, do not carry as much dust and elements that can affect the respiratory system as carpets. If there is a need to lay rugs in some areas of the house, it may be appropriate to select a rug that can be cleaned 

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