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What place in the house do most housewives forget to clean. Dirt accumulates for months

Julia PeschanskayaLife
Cleaning in the closet

When cleaning, housewives try to eliminate all the dirt and dust in the house but often overlook one place that requires regular cleaning - the closet. Over time, dust accumulates in hard-to-reach areas, making it more challenging to remove.

While cleaning the house, we typically focus on washing dishes, cleaning floors, and dusting other visible surfaces. Ideal Home has published expert tips to help you effectively clean your closet.

We are accustomed to wiping the tops of wardrobes and dressers, but a considerable amount of dirt also accumulates inside.

According to experts, the closet floor accumulates so much dust that it is essential to clean it just like any other floor in the house.

Dust can settle on clothes and shoes, leading to stains. You should wipe down your closet and wardrobe at least once a month to maintain cleanliness.

First, empty your wardrobe of all clothes and shoes. Then, wipe the walls from top to bottom with a cloth dipped in soapy water to allow the dust and dirt to settle on the floor.

Next, use a vacuum cleaner to remove any debris. If the wardrobe floor is washable, use a mop or a damp cloth to clean the necessary areas.

Spray a disinfectant and let it sit for five minutes. This will help eliminate excess bacteria and germs.

After cleaning, allow the closet to dry before returning your clothes and shoes.

Experts recommend thoroughly cleaning your closet every month to prevent dust and dirt buildup.

Previously, OBOZREVATEL shared a simple recipe that will help you quickly remove stains from the carpet.

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