4 Ways to Clean Your Home Help You Become a Cleaning Pro | Venetio

4 Ways to Clean Your Home Help You Become a Cleaning Pro

Home gives us all the sense of security, relaxation, and comfort. A clean and tidy home is a place to relax, you can feel good in your four walls. At Venetio, we are keen to provide the best cleaning tools for you, allowing you to use them freely to help you keep your house clean. With our durable cleaning products and some home care cleaning tips, you can fight bacteria and germs in your home.

We have sorted out the answers to some of the most common cleaning questions so that you can become a household cleaning and sanitation expert and become the Patron saint of your home!

1. Why use microfiber to clean the floor?

Venetio mop head is made of microfiber, which is composed of millions of fine synthetic fibers. When you use microfiber and water to clean the floor, these tiny fibers will loosen and physically suck it away, and only need to use water to remove up to 99% of bacteria*

But of course, you can choose to use any floor cleaner diluted with water. Here are the steps to make one of our favorite organic floor cleaning solutions:

Step #1: Add hot water to the cleaning bucket and add a ⅛-¼ cup of liquid Castilian soap.

Step #2: Gently stir the hot water and washable soap together until they are fully mixed and start to form bubbles, but make sure that there are no large bubbles, as long as there is a little bubble.

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2. How to prevent cross-contamination in households when cleaning?

Separate different types of tasks and home areas to avoid cross-contamination of bacteria, germs, and viruses.

This simple system is a clean standard established in professional environments such as hospitals and restaurants, where cross-contamination can cause disease. You definitely do not want to use the cloth used to clean the bathroom to clean the kitchen surface.

So we recommend that you use color-coded cleaning (if there are no multiple colors, please use digitally-coded cleaning) The following are the specific coding steps.

Color or digital coding can be divided into 4 areas:

Bathroom (yellow/1)
Toilet (red/2)
Kitchen (green/3)
Dining/living room/bedroom (blue/4)

In order for the system to work properly, you need to assign different colored cleaning cloths to each area to make it easy to identify. If you prefer a digital system, use permanent marks to write the number on the manufacturer’s label of the cleaning cloth to avoid touching the surface. For Venetio ultra-fine fiber mop refills, you can number multiple to separate the house area to be cleaned, and then store the mop refills in their respective digitally coded strollers.

3. How to protect your hands when cleaning?

Putting on household cleaning gloves will help during the cleaning process because you can get a clearer picture of what you are doing with your hands and are less likely to touch your face with gloved hands. This means that when cleaning, bacteria on the gloves are unlikely to reach your mouth, nose, or eyes.

Disposable cleaning gloves are the best choice for cleaning high-touch areas in the bathroom, removing pet dirt, or getting sick after cleaning. Discard disposable gloves immediately after use. For reusable gloves, wash the exterior with soap and water and allow them to air dry.

4. What other ways can I protect my hands when cleaning the room?

Hand hygiene is very important, especially when cleaning the room. Venetio rotating mop and bucket system allows you to thoroughly clean the floor without having to wring out the dirty mop head by hand. Just turn the on/off button to on to break off the pole to dewater or wash the mop head, and then move the mop rod up and down, the mop head will stay clean and dry, and the microfiber will work hard to remove dirt and grime.

As any cleaning and hygiene professional knows, using the right tools and products for cleaning can make your job easier. This is your first step to confidently solve any chaotic problems in your home.

* Remove more than 99% of E. coli and Staphylococcus. Tested by an independent certified laboratory using tap water to make pre-processed hardwood floors and tiles of Staphylococcus aureus.

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