How Rubbing Alcohol Can Be Used To Clean Your Home
Aug 29, 2016
We have all used rubbing alcohol to clean out cuts before putting on a band-aid but did you know that rubbing alcohol is a great choice for disinfecting more stuff than just your bruises?
You can use it to clean your bathroom, kitchen and many other places.
Get rid of water stains and keep your mirror and any other reflective surfaces streak free by wiping it down with rubbing alcohol on a clean cloth.
Add a little bit to a clean cloth and use it to wipe down your granite counter tops to give it a nice shine.
Your blinds attract a ton of dust and grime coming in from the outside so instead of just giving it the usual dusting, give it a nice wipe down afterwards with some alcohol to help kill any bacteria.
Fill a spray bottle with rubbing alcohol and spray a little bit throughout your room to help eliminate lingering odours.
If you have some ink stains on your clothes, give it a pre-wash with some alcohol, it will ensure that when you wash the piece of clothing the stains will come right off.
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The reason we have a minimum time for Move-in/Move-out cleaning is because this is a more detailed service than a maid service. Above the regular cleaning checklist there are extra tasks which we focus on. Please check it here: Move-in / Move-out. On top of that, we do want to mention that we offer time based services and if the cleaning service takes less, then we charge accordingly. We charge in 15 minutes increments.
We found out from our experience that this is the fastest and the most efficient way of cleaning your home.