*Please follow the directions on the labels of these products, given by the manufacturers.
Not all microfiber cloths are the same. Some are only good for dusting.
I like to use the microfiber cloths I buy at BJ’s. Find them in the car section. The ones at Walmart are good too, but more expensive. You can use them dry and spray surfaces with cleaner, or wet your cloth with water and wring it out very well, then wipe to clean surfaces. I doubt you will have any streaks. They really grab the dirt and remove 95% of germs by wiping 3 times.
Do not use:
....on these cloths. It interferes with their absorbancy.
A Straight Edge Scraper
A straight edge Razor Scraper is good for getting paint chips or stickers off mirror/glass -
.....(wet surface first so it is less likely to scratch, and hold it at an angle)
Ostrich Feather Dusters
....are great. Re-use time and again
Don't believe that commercial that shows dust left behind, they are using short jerky motions. A long smooth motion will get the dust and hold on to it. Strike the duster against your lower leg occasionally to release the dust near the floor where it will be vacuumed up. ( See Jeff Campbell's book "Speed Cleaning" on Book Shop page. )
Of all the ostrich feather dusters, I prefer the black male feathers, They are more full and have more fluff for grabbing dust.
Using a feather duster saves time but you eventually have to wipe the area with a rag, just not each time you clean. Feather dust the objects in the back, wipe / clean the forward areas to remove finger prints and germs.
Look up Texas Feathers
Use an Old Toothbrush
Great for toilet hinges and around sinks
Mr Clean's Magic Eraser
Mr Clean Magic Eraser is great for removing pen marks – even magic marker on your kid’s skin!
I had a very bad toilet bowl to clean. It had been seldom used or flushed and never cleaned. The area under the water line had a huge ring and was thick with a scummy lime build up. It had a bad ring at the water line and above. It was very gross! I had tried several things to no avail. I thought that I would have to resort to putting the gloves on and scrubbing with a pumice stone.
So I tried this - The Works by Home Care Labs. I had used it years ago and it worked well, but I never had a toilet this bad before! I found it in the grocery store "Ingles". It has a bent top so you can squirt it up under the rim. I applied The Works and left it several hours. When I came back to it, I was able to swish the bowl with a light toilet wand and everything came off quickly.
A Miracle! It looks GREAT!
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