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Granted everything looks fabulous when it’s fresh out of the box, but what about in six months when your hardwood floors have been walked, stomped and jumped on; when your marble countertops have had tomato juice, coffee, and lemon juice spilled on them; or when your perfectly beige walls have everyone’s fingerprints and scuffs on them? It’s time for the hardworking cleaning supplies to step up and get to work. Although they may not be the most glamorous pieces you own, their tasks tend to be the most critical when it comes to maintaining and prolonging the lifespan of your household items More 
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What cleaning supplies do I need in the kitchen?


From deodorizing your refrigerator to polishing your kitchen countertops, cleaning supplies are what make a house run. Different rooms require different cleaning supplies, and it’s easiest to keep them organized in the rooms that they’ll be used for. For the kitchen, scrubbing brushes, surface cleaners and all purpose cleaners, cleaning cloths and sponges, and deodorizers would be very beneficial for maintaining a clean and sanitary kitchen. Many people keep cleaning supplies beneath the kitchen sink or in a supply closet. There are also wall mounted racks to keep your cleaning supplies on display and within reach.

What cleaning supplies do I need in the bathroom?


The bathroom is another room of the house that requires cleaning supplies. Under sink storage, or perhaps other bathroom storage can be used for bathroom cleaners, glass cleaner, toilet bowl cleaner, as well as shower cleaner. Not only will it help keep bacteria at bay, most cleaners have a very refreshing and pleasant aroma.

Should I consider natural cleaners?


These days, a lot of manufacturers have opted for a more natural approach to cleaning and what they chemicals they put in their products. Opting for natural cleaning products that are bio-degradable and phosphate free are not only safer for the environment, but they are safer for your health as well.
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