Get All The Household Cleaning Products You Need
In an effort to keep our homes nice and clean, we need different types of household cleaning products for all the different cleaning tasks that we do around the home.
With the multitude of products available, it can be difficult to decide what you need to keep your home sparkling. Here’s a general breakdown, room by room.
Household cleaning products for the kitchen:
- All-purpose antibacterial spray for cleaning benches and appliances
- Dishwasher tablets or powder
- Oven cleaner and stove top cleaner
- Dishwashing liquid for hand washing
- Sponges, cloths, dish brushes, pot scrubbers, magic erasers, and rubber gloves
- Paper or bamboo towels for wiping up spills
- Descaler for cleaning the dishwasher, kettle and coffee machine
Household cleaning products for the bathroom and toilet:
- Toilet cleaner and toilet brush
- Toilet paper
- Cleaning blocks to hang in the toilet or put in the cistern
- General bathroom cleaner for showers and basins
- Cloths that you only use in the bathroom
- Microfibre cloths to wipe down the shower after every use
- Anti-mould products to get rid of any mould in the shower
Household cleaning products for the laundry:
- Washing powder or detergent
- Fabric softener
- Lint rollers
General household cleaning products:
- Microfibre Cloths or dusters for removing dust from wood, metal or book shelving and other flat surfaces
- Brooms, dustpans and mops for cleaning hard floor
- Floor cleaners
- Furniture polish for your wooden dining table
- Cobweb broom for getting rid of those pesky webs
- Glass cleaner for the windows as well as cleaning tools and squeegees
- Carpet freshener or odour remover
What do professional house cleaners prefer to use?
There are several household cleaning products that many professional house cleaners wouldn’t dream of being without. These include:
- An all-purpose antibacterial cleaner that can be used on multiple surfaces around the home.
- Microfibre cloths because their small fibres are better at cleaning dust and dirt off many different surfaces. They’re also more eco-friendly than using paper towels.
- A special tub and tile cleaner that clings to surfaces such as the tiles in the shower.
- A glass cleaner for windows and mirrors.
- Rubber gloves for protecting your hands while cleaning.