Three Cleaning Tools Every Home Should Have

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Do you have a favorite cleaning tool? Sometimes there's one thing you own that does so many tasks, it's a standout, or you might have one that is so exceptionally good at what it does, you never want to be without it.

Our maid services use backpack vacuums that are efficient and great at reaching into corners, but there are other tools that are wonderful and some every home should have. Here are three we recommend:

Microfiber Cloth or Soft Rag. Paper towels are good for a lot of things, but if you're still using them to wipe down counters or dust surfaces in your home, you'll be amazed at the difference a better tool can make.

A microfiber cloth is designed to pick up dust and moisture with no problem, and a soft, damp rag is much better and collecting dust and dirt than a paper towel. Both are stronger and washable, too; and end up being easier to use and less wasteful!

Angled Broom. For everyday maintenance, you can't beat a broom. Sweeping up your kitchen every day will keep it clean, and an angled broom does the job of getting into corners, nooks, and crannies. A broom like this makes sweeping easier and much more effective. 

Sturdy Toilet Brush. Ah, everyone's least favorite job—the bathroom! How can you make cleaning the bathroom easier? The trick is to do a little bit every day to prevent dirt as much as possible. One way to do this is to invest in a good quality toilet brush, and if you really want to keep it clean, some denture tablets. 

An affordable (and amazing!) trick to keeping the bathroom clean is to drop a denture tablet in once a week, let it sit for 20 minutes, then take your toilet brush to it. It's extremely effective at getting a toilet bowl clean. Then, once a day, run the toilet brush around the bowl to keep it looking nice.

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