♦ Computer keyboards, mice, and telephones are some of the most germ-prone spots in the entire office, outranking toilets for bacteria levels.
♦ Mould-affected areas don’t have to be rubbed when being cleaned, because you will spread the mould spores wider.
♦ We all know that sponges can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Disinfect yours every night by squeezing it out and microwaving it on high for a minute.
♦ To remove marker pen off hard surfaces, spray on hair spray and then wipe it off.
♦ To get rid of the smell of garlic from your hands, rub against a stainless steel – your sink is ideal. Then wash hands with soap or detergent.
♦ It’s hard to believe, but your dirty kitchen sink has more bacteria than your toilet seat. To disinfect, clean your sink with soap and water first, then spray a mist of vinegar followed by a mist of hydrogen peroxide, let this air-dry (don’t mix vinegar and hydrogen peroxide together – spray one after the other).
♦ Keep your toilet brush dry and germ free after you’ve used it to clean up by resting it between the seat and bowl until dry.
♦ If you love your pets but hate their hair all over your home. Try this quick and easy removal use a squeegee over carpet and upholstery to lift pet hair.