Clean The Blinds

If the blinds are only slightly dirty, you can clean them with a damp, thin microfiber cloth. Dry from one side to the other in one go.

If this treatment is not enough, take the blinds down and clean them depending on the material they are made of.

  • Plastic and aluminum can be soaked in a bathtub or sprayed with a solution of hand dishwashing detergent in a shower. Clean the lamella with a soft brush and rinse with the hand shower. Wipe with clean (microfiber) cloths.
  • Wood can be cleaned in the same way, but they must not absorb so much water.
  • Textiles must be specially cleaned.

Clean the lamps

Always start by first making sure that the power to the lamp is turned off before you start cleaning the lamp.

Lampshades of fabric, paper and the like are vacuumed or brushed with a paint brush.

Pleated lampshades can be cleaned with a soft brush, which is easier to get around the hooks than a cloth. Gently brush the lampshade. If you want to remove dirt from the grooves, you can do it with a damp cotton swab.

Glass and plastic lampshades

Wipe them with a microfiber cloth. Use evt spray with water added detergent. Make sure to wring the cloth well and dry if necessary after with a tea towel.

Loose prisms are removed, if possible, and washed separately, polished with a microfiber cloth or a linen cloth.

Plaster the windows

You can in principle wash windows in all kinds of weather, but it requires a faster and safer hand to get a good result in the summer, when the water evaporates quickly and in the winter, when the water freezes quickly.

Make sure to clean windows 3-4 times a year so that the dirt does not have time to settle.

Open the window and use the toothbrush to clean the rebate of old webs and animal remains. Wash the seam and the frames.

You can make an excellent window cleaner from:

  • 5 liters of cold water
  • 1 tbsp. dishwashing liquid
  • A little salmiakspiritus if they are very dirty.

Use evt. Water from the rainwater barrel or from a condensing dryer – this water is low in lime and thus does not leave streaks on the windows so easily.

  • Soap the window with a damp microfiber cloth or soap brush. The soap brush is a brush on a shaft with a cover of soft fibers.
  • Remove the solution immediately afterwards with a good sharp rubber scraper.
  • Puds evt. After with a dry microfiber cloth or an old linen or cotton tea towel.
  • Be sure to change the cloth frequently so that you are working with a dry cloth at all times.
  • Also clean the window sill.

Wash the floor

Always make sure to vacuum the floor thoroughly before you start washing the floor, so you avoid zero men in the washing water.

Floor cleaners can be divided into:

  • Hand dishwashing detergent (pH 6-8).
  • Soap-based cleaning agent (pH 8-11).

Made from natural fatty acid soaps and traded as shavings or liquids. The higher the pH, the more effective. The solid brown crystal soap has a high pH value (11-13) and should only be used on materials that can withstand it, as it dissolves the linseed oil in linoleum, for example, so that the surface is damaged.

  • Universal cleaner (pH 9).
  • Basic cleaners (pH above 9).

Most matte floors of natural materials have the best of being washed in a soap-based agent. The advantage of using a soap-based agent is that it, together with the lime in the water, forms a protective and easy-to-clean membrane on the floor.

About every fourth time, you can wash the floor with water with all-purpose cleaner to prevent too much soap film from forming. It is called alternating washing.

Follow the dosage stated on the product.

The following floors are cleaned with a soap-based agent with a pH of 8-9:

  • Soap / lye / untreated and oiled wood floors
  • Granite
  • Slate marble
  • Sandstone
  • Terrace
  • Unglazed tiles
  • Concrete floors with untreated surface
  • Linoleum floors.

The following floors are Privat rengøring with universal agent. If the floor is glossy or black, it is a good idea to use ordinary hand dishwashing detergent, as it will not leave streaks on the floor.

  • Lacquered or painted wooden floors
  • Laminatgulve
  • Cork floors
  • Vinyl floors
  • Tiles
  • Clinker glazed surface.


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