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    Good Practices for Safe Cleaning At Home

    Cleaning your home may be a pleasant activity for some and the most stressful and dreaded experience for others. Regardless of how you see this household duty, whenever you do it you should adopt some good practices for safe cleaning at home. Here are just a few things you can or should do to prevent harming yourself while you are getting the chore done.

    1. Wear Gloves

    It is imperative that you wear cleaning gloves to perform safe cleaning at home. Bacteria and germs are super tiny but active and they can easily get on your skin from the surface you are trying to sanitise. Not only this could be dangerous for your health, but also you would be spreading them from one place to another.

    2. Open the Windows

    A good practice for safe cleaning at home is keeping one or more windows open, especially while you are using strong cleaning products like bleach. Inhaling too much of the chemicals found in bleach can lead to intoxication and you may even require medical help if you have been exposed to it for a longer time without access to fresh air. Not only keeping windows open protects you from the harmful chemicals, but it also changes the atmosphere in the place and gives you more energy.

    3. Unplug all Electrical Devices

    Assuming that you are safe enough by switching off electrical devices while cleaning them is not a good practice. Accidents can still happen in such cases and they may be fatal. You should always unplug the devices from the sockets when you are cleaning them inside and out. Wait until all parts are completely dry before you plug them back it.

    4. Try Homemade Non-Toxic Cleaning Products

    You can make your own cleaning potion that doesn’t contain harmful chemicals and is free of toxins. Some of the following ingredients, commonly found in households can do wonders with specific types of stains and are great at dirt removal:

    • White vinegar
    • Baking soda
    • Citruses (or their peels)
    • Vegetable or olive oil
    • Hydrogen Peroxide
    • Tea Tree Oil

    Many of these are perfect disinfectants that kill most germs and microbes, trying to share a home with you. They work great in the bathroom, kitchen, living room and bedrooms. With a little bit of creativity and knowledge, you can also use them as air fresheners. Who doesn’t like the energising scent of an orange?

    5. Call the Professionalist

    The safest way to clean your home is to book a professional cleaner. They are especially trained to do the job without any risks to themselves or the people who live in the property. Also, if you could have a break from time to time (or all the time) from this chore, why wouldn’t you take it? At PNP, we have outstanding cleaning professionals who are well experienced and knowledgeable. We take pride in using 100% eco-friendly cleaning products with no toxins and nonsense ingredients.

    What good practices do you adopt for safe cleaning at home? Does this duty feel mundane and tiring for you? We’d be happy to take over. Let us help you today!

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