A house with children is known to constantly get dirty. The mother is always engaged in cleaning products. I am also a bit sensitive about chemical detergents. I will list the products that make my job easier for you.
Microfiber cloth roller: I want to throw away what I wipe in some places. This comes to my rescue.
Broom: It works until the vacuum cleaner is brought for small spills on the carpet. I also make the child do it.
Amway cleaning products:
A brand claiming to be natural. I’m not sure how true that is. However, it was clear that it worked better than the natural detergents I made myself. They can’t stop praising Amway’s most famous product, loc. According to their claims, they can pour detergent water onto flowers. Should I believe it easily? I was convinced for the first time when a dishwashing detergent didn’t tear my hands apart. So I brought Amway products into my home too.
Loc: Amway’s most famous product. It can be diluted up to a 1/9 ratio, but I use it directly. It’s a very versatile product. It can be used everywhere. I use it most on carpets and use a cap when wiping surfaces.
Dishdrop: This liquid dish detergent was a milestone for me as it didn’t tear my hands apart. This is also used by diluting. It’s very effective.
Tablet dish detergent: It becomes more effective when used by dividing it in two. Thus, it is cheaper than other tablet detergents on the market.
Zoom: I bought this for kitchen cabinets because it was recommended. Since the child constantly touches them, I need to wipe white goods and cabinets frequently. This is also used by diluting and spraying.
Sa8 bleach: This product, which is normally in the laundry detergent category, works on everything you want to bleach. 60 degrees Celsius temperature is required. I use it constantly on white laundry and white surfaces.
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