Picture this: a kitchen piled with dirty dishes, dusty blinds, dirty floors, and counters covered in crumbs. Sounds disgusting right? A kitchen in need of deep clean calls for diverse cleaning methods. Thankfully, due to modern innovation, plenty of cleaning products are available. So many in fact that it can be hard to find the right ones. To help out, here’s a top ten list of household cleaning supplies.
Bounty paper towels: Bounty paper towels are extremely diverse in the cleaning world. They can not only wipe up messes and spills by themselves but also can be used with other products or chemicals to apply a deeper clean. They are biodegradable and compostable since they are made up of more than 80% recycled materials.
Lysol Disinfectant Spray: While the disinfectant spray is not safe to ingest and should be kept away from children and pets, Lysol kills 99.9% of germs and diseases. Lysol disinfectant spray is as easy as spray and wipe. The EPA lab tests also reported that Lysol kills COVID-19 two minutes after contact.
Gain flings: Gain flings are a small pod of laundry detergent and fabric softener in a dissolvable polymer that turns into a liquid in the washing machine. It is an easy and efficient way to clean your clothes with a single dose of detergent and softener every wash.
Clorox wipes: Like Lysol, Clorox wipes kill 99.9% of germs upon contact, however, the chemical residue left from the wipe can be harmful if ingested by small children. They are a one-trick pony; wipe messes and kill bacteria, but Clorox wipes are great at doing just that.
Clorox bleach toilet bowl cleaner: Clorox toilet bowl cleaner removes stains from the toilet bowl in one dose and only needs to be applied and scrubbed. The bottle comes with an easy apply cap that twists open and is designed to be applied at the top of the bowl. At eight dollars for about twenty-five uses, Clorox toilet bowl cleaner is cost-efficient and effective.
Swiffer Duster: The Swiffer duster 360 handle is one of the easiest to use dusters rated on Amazon. Getting to those hard-to-reach places that collect dust is no longer a problem with the extendable handle that extends up to three feet. The swivel head gives this duster a much wider range of motion. This duster is perfect for all kinds of places around the house.
Windex: Windex, a great window cleaner, is easy to apply and wipe away. Although it can be harmful if ingested, this ammonia-free cleaning solution is harmless to the environment and helpful to your house.
iRobot Roomba: Tired of vacuuming yourself? Just charge up your iRobot and set it off. The Roomba knows where it is at all times and can even strategically vacuum in certain patterns to make carpets look cleaner. The downsides of the Roomba are the cost and limitations of travel. At three hundred dollars, the Roomba cannot go upstairs by itself. Nonetheless, cutting out vacuuming is a game changer and a huge time saver.
Sprayway glass cleaner: This cleaner is an easy application glass and mirror cleaner. Simply spray on, wait for it to foam up, and wipe away. Your mirrors and windows will shine and be as clean as ever. Sprayway also can be applied to a paper towel or towel first and then wipe and clean TVs and computer monitors. A wonderful glass cleaner on the cheaper side of cleaning products.
Goo Gone: Finally at number ten, Goo Gone. Goo Gone is so one-dimensional that it comes in at 10, however, no other cleaning product can do what Goo Gone can. Goo Gone removes the leftover sticker residue from products with ease.