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Top spot cleaning methods that people often forget – Part 2

A couple of weeks ago we posted part 1 of the top spot cleaning method that people often forget. To complete the series we’re publishing part 2 – a complete set of gems – which you can use as part of your day-to-day cleaning routine. Enjoy!

  1. Top spot cleaning method is the main way to start the big seasonal spring clean and there is always a dilemma from where to start. Keep in mind the golden rule to start always the heaviest soiled spots and work your way to the lightest. Another great hint that people often forget is to start from the upper section of the objects and to continue with the lowest ones. For instance, remove all racks and compartment doors when cleaning the fridge, then, clean the upper section and the lightning system first.
  2. Tiles in the bathroom or in the kitchen may require a little bit of baking soda and shampoo to create a foamy paste, this is one part of a Top spot cleaning method. Clean them with a stiff brush, which is perfect for making grout lines and stone textures shining like new. The fibers of the brush can penetrate much deeper than a normal cloth or towel. You can even use an old toothbrush, which is also good for rubbing spots from a vast array of surfaces – from natural leather to hardwood floors and stone tiles.

3. After cleaning the dirty spots from fabrics and upholstered objects – you may want to expose them on a natural sunlight for a few minutes, according to the season. The powerful sunlight enhances the evaporation, which makes the fibers fluffier. Make sure not to overexpose the objects on a direct sunlight for long, because in some cases the sunlight becomes dangerous to the fibers and to old upholsteries.

We’ll post part of this instalment in a couple of weeks! In the meantime, if you have any cleaning requirements that you can’t deal with, why not contact The Organised Cleaning Company on 020 7458 4433, drop us a line at or check out or website and submit a quote request via our website – we’ll be happy to help!

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