Dusting not only makes your home look nice, it can remove potential allergens from inside your home that could be making you sick.
Dust to Combat Springtime Allergies
Allergens run wild during the spring and this is due to trees, grasses and weeds releasing tiny grains called “pollen” which wreak havoc on your immune system when inhaled. Pollen can cause sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, runny noses and other symptoms. And pollen is not just outdoors; it can make up part of the dust that collects on your home’s surfaces.
Dust is another allergen and the dust inside your home could be made up of pet hair, dust mites, mold and pollen. Surprisingly, allergies could flare up AFTER dusting, because dust particles get stirred up and moved around during cleaning. To prevent this, wear a mask while dusting and use a tool like Continue reading Control Springtime Allergies By Dusting
Yes, it’s a good idea to clean your patio furniture before you put it out on the patio for the warmer months. We know we’ve said it’s recommended to clean the furniture in the fall when you put it away for the winter season, but it’s also important in the spring too. Luckily, cleaning patio furniture is pretty easy when it has been sitting in storage.
However, it’s good to wipe off the dust and whatever has accumulated on it in storage. Here are some tips and benefits of cleaning the patio furniture before you put it out for the warmer months!
Use a Microfiber Towel to Dust Your Patio Furniture
At Sponge Outlet, we provide microfiber towels that work very well when it comes to dust. You never want to put out dusty patio furniture out on your patio, so it’s important to get rid of it to make your patio furniture look nicer. You also should get rid of those cobwebs that gather on your chairs and tables.
Our microfiber towel is easy and simple to use. You can run the towel under water for a few seconds, ring it out, and then wipe off the dust on the patio furniture. Use it on the whole surface area of each piece of furniture.
Eraser Sponges Work Well for the Tougher Spots
Our eraser sponges have the ability to knock out the dirt and grime that might be tougher to scrub off. There is no need to use any soap or cleaning solutions with these products. All you need is some water, and the eraser sponge will do the rest of the work. Our eraser sponges will get to the bottom of those tough scuff marks. Note: It may cause dulling of painted or glossy surfaces, so it’s important to test out on another item before your patio furniture.
The Benefits of Spring Cleaning the Patio Furniture
Patio furniture, when kept in storage can collect dust, scuff marks, and cobwebs. It will be beneficial to clean the furniture off before putting it out for the summer season. It will look cleaner and newer out on your patio!
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Dusting is an exhausting chore. It has to be done though if you live in a home or apartment. If dust builds up, indoor air will decrease in quality and you could be susceptible to other issues like dust mites. Dusting is essential to keeping your home’s surfaces spotless and healthy, but many of us who understand that still struggle to get up and do it.
With a little help from Sponge Outlet, you won’t have to worry about stressing over dusting around your home. Our environmentally friendly cleaning products can give you the stress-relief you need to get your home or apartment clean.
Microfiber towels not only keep surfaces spotless and shiny, but they also attach themselves to dust and dirt that may have been brough in from the outdoors. The amazing thing about microfiber towels is they are reusable cleaning products, so you won’t have to worry about throwing them away after every use. For easy and quick cleaning of dust on your surfaces, this is the best cleaning product there is. You also don’t have to worry about scratches because the microfiber towels won’t leave any behind.
Flexible Microfiber Dusting Wand
For an even better cleaning job, the flexible microfiber dusting wand can do wonders. This cleaning product will be able to help you reach those tough spots like under the furniture and behind cabinets. These are the worst spots to dust because it’s tough bending over, but with the dusting wand, you’ll be able to reach them without bending over.
At Sponge Outlet, we understand the annoyance of dusting, but we also know that it has to be done. This is why we provide the best bulk cleaning products to get the job done and last longer.
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In 2020, we are using more technology than ever. Let’s face it, since the pandemic hit, the way we interact with people has gone almost completely digital. It was walking the line before, but now it’s become so much more a part of our lives. Changing our health habits is extremely important during the pandemic. Since we’re using our technology so much, we need to be cleaning our screens as well.
Our screens are the epicenter of germs on the hand to germs on our phones, computers, TV’s, tablets and more. One thing that is also important is to remember to clean our screens after using them. It only takes a quick swipe of a Microfiber Towel.
Good Hygiene and Smudge-Free Screens
Since the colder weather is approaching in the Northern states, it’s important to wash our hands, keep clean home, and always take care of ourselves. Hand sanitizer will come in handy, especially if you want to keep germs from traveling from your hands to other surfaces like your screens. They are perfect for on the go when soap and water are not readily available.
The Benefits of Cleaning Your Hands and Screens
Prevent Germs from Spreading
Keep Screen Clear of Smudges and Dust
On the Go Hand Cleaner
Prevent from Getting Sick
Using Screens More Often Than Not
Since we have really embraced technology and the internet to get things done such as working, going to school, and entertaining ourselves, it’s always important to be cleaning and preventing germs from spreading. We are constantly touching materials outside of our homes, which means we have the possibility of bringing those home. When we take precautions by using hand sanitizer on the go and cleaning our screens which we use every day, we help ourselves and others stay healthy.
If you’re searching for something to clean your screens and sanitize your hands on the go, contact Sponge Outlet at 877-776-6430 today or visit us online for more information!
As we approach the winter months, we’d like to make sure you understand the benefits of keeping hand sanitizer in your home for extra sanitization and cleanliness. The COVID-19 Pandemic is still among us, which means the winter season will bring all sorts of sicknesses. To protect and prevent against all viruses and germs, make sure you have hand sanitizer for you and your family.
The Benefits of Hand Sanitizer
At Sponge Outlet, we provide a variety of cleaning supplies for your home and office space. We can provide you with hand sanitizer that will help prevent and kill germs during the seasons where most people get sick.
On the Go Germ Killer
Helps to Keep Your Hands Clean and Germ Free
Stops the spread of germs to others
Portable for All situations
Less Risk for Disease
You won’t always have access to a bathroom where you can thoroughly wash your hands to kill those germs, which is why hand sanitizer helps. It is much quicker than washing your hands, and it gives you the opportunity to sanitize your hands when you’re out and about. You protect yourself from the chances of catching diseases on your hands throughout the day.
Why Choose Sponge Outlet for Your Cleaning Supplies?
Coming from an area where cold weather brings germs, we understand the importance and need of a clean-living space. We can provide you with a wide variety of cleaning products, as well as hand sanitizer to make sure you and your family stay clean this winter season. Contact Sponge Outlet at 877-776-6430 today or visit us online for more information!
Dust is relentless and causes every homeowner to get annoyed every single time it comes back around. If you let it go for too long, you will get even more stressed out. It’s just another thing you have to think about when it comes to cleaning your home. This will make the home look unkempt and can be unhealthy for those with allergy issues, so it’s very important to take care of the issue right away and on a regular basis. We want you to give you some tips on managing the dust in your home.
Choosing the right dusting tool is a key factor to making dusting your home easier. Microfiber dusting wands are the best option to gather all those hidden particles, and they are also quite affordable to purchase in bulk.
With microfiber dusting cloths, you won’t need harsh chemicals or sprays
If you have kids or pets, you may want to avoid using harsh dusting sprays and chemicals. With a microfiber cleaning cloth, you are able to dust your entire home without the use of any of these products. This is another way the microfiber dusting wand saves you money and helps you to create a healthier home environment for your family.
Clean the Floors
It is smart to save the floors for last. After dusting all the high areas in the home; work your way down to the floor, so that the dust fallen from the furniture will fall onto the floors before you clean them. If you have tile floors, it is best to vacuum and mop.
If you’re looking to get good cleaning products for your home, contact Sponge Outlet at 877-776-6430, and we can provide you with a plethora of different cleaning products for whatever your needs are.
Is dusting just about your favorite pastime? Yeah, we didn’t think so. Here at SpongeOutlet, we’re not crazy about it either, but our years of perfecting cleaning methods and products have taught us a thing or two about the right way to clean your home. And, while you may think dusting is as simple as wiping your furniture with a microfiber cloth, we’re here to tell you that you’re skipping a few steps.
Read on to learn about how to dust the most effective way, in our must-know dusting lesson.
Must-Know Dusting Advice: Make a Plan
Start out by making a plan, or map of what you’ll need to dust: if you prefer lists, that works too. The reason we suggest making a plan is that dust is everywhere, and many people skip very dusty spots simply because they get distracted by other dusty spots when they get started.
A good rule of thumb is to dust one room at a time, and don’t just think about the surface: your bathroom, for example, may need to have its walls dusted. Moist air from your shower can cause dust to stick to the walls and baseboards with a little more sticking power than in other rooms.
Start at the top and work your way down. If you have a ceiling fan, dust that first. If you have crown molding, dust that second. Then, tackle the walls, then the furniture, and finally give the floors a good sweep. Dusting your room will upset the layers of dust on your floors and furniture, so starting up high ensures that you’re not leaving any misplaced dust behind. A strong finish with a vacuum cleaner is the best.
Must-Know Dusting Advice: Remove Everything
The first thing to do when dusting a room is to remove all of the items on the surfaces of your tables. You’ll be able to easily dust all surfaces and hard to reach areas, but remember: before you bring your stuff back into the room, make sure you give it a thorough dusting. It would be a shame to spend an hour dusting, only to re-deposit a pile of dust on your perfectly clean tabletops!
Must-Know Dusting Advice: Choose your Tools
We already mentioned a vacuum cleaner: utilize the extension tools that came with it, and don’t forget to change the settings for when you switch from carpet to hardwood. It might seem silly, but it actually makes a difference in how much stuff you pick up.
Microfiber dusting wands are a great alternative to chemical dust sprays, but those can be effective if used properly, especially on that expensive antique furniture in your living room.
Pro tip: if you’re not sure how best to clean a particular item of furniture, ask your local hardware store or furniture store for advice. There are different rules for different woods, as well as laminate surfaces.
For dust that’s a bit out of hand, use a damp microfiber cloth, like the ones available from SpongeOutlet.
Must-Know Dusting Advice: Get Preventative
According to HGTV, one of the best ways to “dust” your home is to prevent the dust from accumulating in the first place. You can do this by investing in new air filters for your air conditioner and heating systems.
If you’re really anti-dust, you can get rid of your carpeting and opt instead for washable throw rugs. Carpet tends to trap dust, and even when it’s been properly vacuumed, it often has a bit left behind.
Decluttering your surfaces is another great way to make dusting easier: without all of those pesky nooks and crannies to tend to, dusting will be easier and more efficient, costing you less time on your weekly chore list.
Must-Know Dusting Advice: Dry to Wet
If you have hardwood or tile floors, you may be inclined to mop them regularly, but it’s important to dust them first. Use a dry mop or broom to sweep away any dust that’s on your floors, because once you turn on the water, the dust will clump and become more difficult to remove.
So, a good rule of thumb: always start with a dry mop, and then switch to a wet one. The same applies when you’re dusting vanities or sinks in your kitchen and bathroom.
Must-Know Dusting Advice: Frequent Repeats
Now that you have a plan of action, the key to keeping a dust free home is to dust it frequently. You don’t have to make it an everyday chore, but at least once a week is a good rule of thumb. For households with a lot of pets and people, you may need to double or triple up.