What place in the house all housewives forget to clean: dirt accumulates for months
When cleaning, housewives try to clean all the dirt and dust in the house, but often forget about one place that needs regular cleaning - the wardrobe. Over time, dust accumulates in hard-to-reach places and is then harder to get rid of.
When we clean our homes, we always think about washing dishes, floors and dusting other visible surfaces. Ideal Home has published expert advice to help you clean your wardrobe properly.
We're used to wiping wardrobes and chests of drawers from above, but a lot of dirt accumulates inside too.
According to experts, the floor in the wardrobe collects so much dust that it is important to clean it just like any other floor in the house.
Dust can settle on clothes and shoes, leading to stains. You need to wipe down your closet and wardrobe at least monthly to keep it clean.
First, empty your wardrobe of all clothes and shoes. Then, wipe the walls from top to bottom with a cloth dampened in soapy water so that dust and dirt settle to the floor.
Next, use a vacuum cleaner to get rid of any debris. If the wardrobe floor can be mopped, use a mop or a damp cloth to wipe down the necessary areas.
Spray a disinfectant and leave it on for five minutes. This will eliminate excess bacteria and germs.
After cleaning, allow the wardrobe time to dry before putting your clothes and shoes back in.
Experts recommend thoroughly cleaning your wardrobe every month to avoid dust and dirt accumulation.
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