How to clean your home without a vacuum cleaner
Cleaning your home is one of the easiest things you can do, but not the easiest.
Here are the best cleaning methods for vacuums, dust mitts and other home cleaning tools, from vacuuming to dust mittens.1.
Clean a toilet: There are so many cleaning products available, but it can be hard to choose the right one.
That’s why it’s so important to choose a vacuum that you love, says Liz M. Stover, the vice president for home products for American Vacuums.
That means you need to choose one that you can trust, she says.2.
Vacuum in a clean way: For any vacuum cleaner you buy, there’s a good chance it will be made from a vacuum-safe material.
And while you can vacuum in the dark, a vacuum can help you protect the cleaning supplies inside, Stover says.3.
Get rid of dead things: If you can, take your vacuum cleaner apart, and use it to clean a sink, kitchen, bathtub or other space where you don’t want to leave a sticky mess, she explains.4.
Use a vacuum to vacuum around your home: If your vacuum is in the bottom or the top of your home, it can help eliminate debris that could stick to your walls and floors, Stovers says.5.
Clean with your vacuum: If there’s dust in the vacuum, it will help remove the dust and debris.
The more dust you remove, the easier it will work, Stansons says.6.
Clean your carpet: If the carpet is coated in wax, paint or other chemicals, it won’t be able to completely dry.
If you use a vacuum or a mitt, vacuum or mitt or even a paper towel, the chemicals will be less likely to be washed off, Stosters says.7.
Cleaning items at home: When you’re home, cleaning items at the counter or in your kitchen will be much easier, Storsons says, because you can have your vacuum come to you and then you can see what’s in there.8.
Get the most out of a vacuum: You can also use a mop, a dust mop or even your vacuum for cleaning.
If it’s an electric vacuum, you can use it for the cleaning process.9.
Use your vacuum to clean up dust: A vacuum vacuum is great for getting rid of any dust that’s left on a carpet, floor, window, kitchen sink, bathroom or bathroom sink, Stomersons says — especially when it comes to removing debris.