Cleaning Folk Tales, Myths And The Reality

Here are some tricks and tips you need to do if you want your home to be super clean. Let’s talk about those remedies passed down through generations, but you need to quit them because they are time-consuming, cleaning myths and less effective.

MYTH – 1: WASH EVERYTHING IN COLD WATER

Cold water is better for some clothes, but warm water is good at effectively killing bacteria and germs. Warm water has more cleaning power and speeds up the detergent power efficiently.

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MYTH – 2: VINEGAR CLEANS MOST OF THE THINGS

Vinegar is acetic acid, and it is best to clean the dirt and bacteria. It is true that vinegar damages natural stones or flooring such that wood floors or tile shines.

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MYTH – 3: USE NEWSPAPER FOR STREAK-FREE GLASS

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Using newspapers for cleaning glass is good but not for the long term. But smirked ink can make the glass quality very bad, so it is better to use a microfiber cloth when cleaning windows.

MYTH – 4: FEATHER DUSTERS ARE MORE EFFECTIVE

Ostrich dusters are more effective in attracting dust but are very costly. But the way microfibre cloth does a better job and cleans the walls and furniture more effectively.

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MYTH – 5: COCA COLA ACT AS STAIN REMOVER

Coca-cola is not a good stain remover because soda is known to darken the stains and the sugar in cola encourages bacteria. You can also use another stain remover for better results.

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MYTH – 6: BLEACH IS THE BEST CLEANING AGENT

Bleach doesn’t clean everything, but it lightens the fabric’s colour if you want to remove it. Also, it only cleans stains from white clothes or surfaces but not soil.

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