Diwali, one of the most auspicious and awaited festivals of India is just a few days away. Most of us have started the preparations for Diwali. And the most common ritual in Indian household is cleaning your house for Diwali.
Are you already feeling the pressure of the big cleaning job? Do you wish some fairy godmother would come and wave her magic wand to create a fascinating makeover for your house?
At Swapna Srushti residency, we give you some useful and handy cleaning tips you can use to brighten your homes this festival. We provide affordable 2 BHK flats in the clean and beautiful locality.
Shine your Glass Surfaces and Mirror:
- Fingerprints splashed water drops and other marks leave your glass surfaces looking dull.
- Using your glass cleaning solution, spray lightly across the entire mirror. And it is advisable to wipe it with newspapers instead of your clothes.
Cleaning your home appliances:
- Use half a lemon dipped in vinegar or warm water to clean the microwave and fridge.
- Home appliances like television, music player, fridge washing machines etc can be cleaned and polished using a cleaner like Mr. clean or Collin.
- Also, discard broken or damaged appliances, and other unnecessary items filling up space in your home.
Tidying your Mattress:
- Rub a soft brush sprayed with shampoo to dissolve stains.
- Sprinkle a small amount of bi-carb soda over the mattress to help eliminate any odors.
- Use a powerful vacuum cleaner twice to remove dust particles.
- It is also a good time to let your blankets, pillows, cushions dry under the sunlight to kill the germs.
- This is the best time to get rid of unwanted items and sort out things in your house.
- Begin with your wardrobe, taking out all clothes and accessories lying idle in your cupboard.
- Next, check your kitchen cabinets to clear off old jars, ‘mum’s ancient dabbas’, expired masalas and other food items.
- The best way is to donate your old clothes and appliances to needy people.
It’s time to bid goodbye to disorganisation and mess forever. With some easy house cleaning hacks and storage solutions for every space, discover how to declutter, and decorate your house to be ready this festive season.
Happy and sparkling Diwali all of you!