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Spring Cleaning Tips for a Cleaner Home

Spring Cleaning Tips for a Cleaner Home

As soon as the first hint of spring arrives, we are busy making our to-do list, and stocking up on all the essentials for a complete floor-to-ceiling spring clean. This includes stocking up on household cleaning gloves that help get the job done. If you have not found yourself a pair yet, why not consider checking out Zoomget’s wide selection of disposable gloves? Zoomget provides you with the option to choose from several quality nitrile, vinyl, and latex disposable gloves for spring cleaning and other home applications. With industry-trusted brands like 1st Choice, AMMEX Professional, Gloveworks, and X3, you’re sure to find the glove you need for all your spring-cleaning needs. So, what are you waiting for? Grab yourself a box or more today!


Make this year’s deep clean your most productive yet by checking out some of our favorite spring-cleaning tips of all time. These hacks, products, and methods are sure to save you time and get every inch of your home spic-and-span. Whether your spring-cleaning routine is an all-weekend marathon or a multiple after-work cleaning session, these tips and tricks will get the job done faster and more efficiently. 


Use Baking Soda for Your Dirty Oven


Anyone who’s cleaned a dirty oven knows it’s a tough job. It’s not a task to be taken lightly, unless you don’t mind the burnt smell of charred food in your house whenever you open your oven—blech! Instead of reaching for the air freshener, try focusing on the source of the problem, which is always at the bottom rack of your oven. It’s time to roll up your sleeves, wear a pair of 1st Choice 5-mil black nitrile disposable industrial gloves, and prepare for some serious scrubbing. If you happen to find pieces of burnt food at the bottom rack of your oven, simply combine dish soap, baking soda, and water while scrubbing to make them all disappear. Soap and baking soda combined is more than enough to cut through all the burnt-on bits and pieces to make your oven look good as new. 

Lemons Can Help Remove Grime and Water Stains  

Remove water stains with concentrated lemon juice for a natural faucet fix. Cut a lemon in half and directly rub the fruit onto the water-stained surface for a clean and spotless finish. Citric acid helps in removing hard stains. While you’re at it, use the other half of the lemon to remove grime buildup inside your microwave. Cut your lemon further into halves and squeeze the juice into a half cup of water. Don’t forget to add a couple of the remaining lemon rinds into the mixture. Microwave for three minutes and let it stand for five minutes without opening the door. The trapped steam will loosen the grime, so you can wipe your microwave clean without needing to apply a lot of pressure. Remember to wear your favorite 1st Choice disposable gloves, so you don’t get dirt and grime all over your hands.  

If All Else Fails, Try These Two Ingredients  

If you have stains on clothes, carpets, or cloth furniture that won’t come off no matter what you try, we recommend using these two ingredients that can get rid of tough and pesky stains like magic: High-performing dish soap and hydrogen peroxide. Just make sure your dish soap of choice is authentically heavy-duty. To start, mix 1 part dish soap with 2 parts hydrogen peroxide and evenly spread the solution over the stain. Let it sit for anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours (depending on the quality of the fabric and the age of the stain), then simply dab off with a washcloth or throw the treated textile into your laundry. This homemade concoction works best on light-colored fabrics but does just fine on dark colors—you’ll only want to shorten the amount of time the solution sits on the fabric. 

Hydrogen peroxide can sometimes lighten fabric materials, so applying it onto a single area on a dark piece of clothing may unintentionally lighten its surrounding areas, too. If you want to be safe, switch hydrogen peroxide for white vinegar when using this stain remover on dark-colored garments and furniture. That way, you’ll be less paranoid about damaging the items you’re removing stains from. While you’re at it, be sure to use 1st Choice 6-mil black nitrile disposable industrial gloves to prevent any harsh chemicals from contacting your skin. After all, you’re more likely to prefer having stain-free skin just like your newly washed textiles and fabrics. 

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