Clean Difficult to Areas for a Better Hygiene at Home | Anyclean

updated: 18/11/2023

How to clean even the most difficult areas of your homeHaving a clean and healthy home is desired by anyone, but it involves a lot of cleaning and tidying up. By cleaning your home thoroughly once a week you might think it is clean enough although to achieve a perfect hygiene requires more than a standard domestic cleaning.

Even if you book a premium domestic cleaning lady to clean your home on a regular basis, your home might not be a healthy one. Apart from the regular dusting and polishing of the furniture, scrubbing the kitchen and the bathroom surfaces and vacuuming and mopping the floor, bacteria might still be living freely in your house without you even noticing them. Dust mites and other pollutants live deep into upholstery, mattresses and carpet fibres and they need to be dealt with if you want the best air quality at home.

We all love to relax in the living room and watch TV from the comfort of our sofas and armchairs, but do we know how much dust and microbes they absorb? Looking at the amount of dust the wooden furniture, bookcases and shelves gather, we should also have in mind that the soft furniture and the carpets gather the same amount of dust and they also need to be cleaned. Vacuuming them regularly will reduce the amount of dust, but will not disinfect them perfectly as the vacuum cleaners are not tailored to remove dirt from the bottom layers of the fibres.

Fortunately there are professional cleaning companies which have invested in advanced equipment and materials which clean upholstery, mattresses and carpets. They are able to reach and disinfect even the most difficult to reach areas of the upholstery and the carpet. This method of cleaning not only make the fabrics healthy for you and your family, but they also make them look beautiful and fresh.

To improve the hygiene at home the best option is to hire a professional cleaning company to steam clean your fabrics and you will avoid the risk of allergies, contamination and other serious health problems.

About the author 

Nick Vassilev

Nick blogs about cleaning. He is a cleaning expert with more than 25 years of experience. He is also an NCCA-certified carpet cleaner. Founder and CEO of Anyclean.