to use the least abrasive ones at first as abrasive ones may damage
porcelain toilet bowls and scrubbing
too hard may cause grooves that
become difficult to clean later.
Make sure to follow the
manufacturer's instructions while using abrasive cleaners for your
Before trying to get into corners and worry about details, it is
best to start with what you can see at first.
from top to bottom, so that when you dust the edge of the ceilings
and bookcases and it settles on the floor, you do not have to clean
it again. Floor should be swept last.
Follow a system of cleaning left to right or vice-versa so you can
be sure that you don't miss anything.
a big box and a trash bag close at hand.
All the small items that
you may find while cleaning and would like to keep can be kept in
the box while all things
that are now useless to you can be dumped into the trash bag.
sure that you keep your cleaning supplies in the cabinets that get
locked automatically and out of reach of your children and pets, as
it can be injurious to their health, if ingested.
rags are most common choice for dusting, vacuum cleaners today come
with appendages that can reach into the tightest corners, ceiling
edges, fans and window sills and suck all the dust in.