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Always fighting about cleaning? Follow these 4 principles for a happier household

No-one likes to do the cleaning. But like death and taxes, it’s unavoidable. Whether it’s a couple living together, a family or a share house, some people — usually women — are left to do more work than others. While household labour tends to be distributed more equally among same-sex couples and single women and […]

No-one likes to do the cleaning. But like death and taxes, it’s unavoidable.

Whether it’s a couple living together, a family or a share house, some people — usually women — are left to do more work than others.

While household labour tends to be distributed more equally among same-sex couples and single women and men (such as those living in share houses), cleaning often remains a point of tension.

If you’re one of those people always left with the dirty work, what can you do to get others to pull their weight? And if you’re not, how can you learn to be more mindful about the mess you create, and make it easier for others to be around you?

Here’s four principles to improve the harmony in your household.

1. Communicate, negotiate and compromise
Cleaning can often become a point of conflict when people live together, whether it’s family, friends or partners, says Anastasia Panayiotidis, general manager of clinical services at Relationships Australia Victoria.

She says the key to a happy household is clear communication about tasks that need to be done, and their frequency.

“My view might be that the carpet needs to vacuumed twice a week, whereas my partner or housemate might think it only needs to be done once every fortnight,” she says.

“In that case, we could make a compromise that it is done at least once per week.”

2. Do your fair share
Leah Ruppanner, a senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Melbourne, says that while you may believe you are more accepting of mess, it’s not an excuse to do less work. Someone is still going to need to clean up.

Here’s her top four tips for building a happier household.

Make sure the work is shared. Everyone is working, everyone is tired and everyone is stressed. It’s important to acknowledge the domestic work of those you live with, but it’s not enough — you need to do your fair share.
Pick your battles. As people get busier, their homes get messier. We don’t all have to live in homes that look like designer magazines. You can live in some degree of mess.
Maximise your preferences, but make sure the work is equal. Leah’s husband loves to cook. She doesn’t, so she does the dishes. It’s an arrangement that plays to their strengths.
Respect the pet peeves of others. If you live with a partner, don’t discount or dismiss their work or annoyances. Research suggests it could even lead them to consider breaking up with you.
If you’re a man living with a woman, it’s particularly important to make sure you’re pulling your weight.

Beyond the simple fact that it’s the right thing to do, women in relationships with men are more satisfied when the housework is shared equitably.

3. In share houses, address the issue early on
Because there are more people involved and less incentives to cooperate, cleaning is more difficult to negotiate in share houses.

To avoid the household deteriorating into passive aggression or dysfunction, it’s important to address the cleaning situation early on and create a plan, Ms Panayiotidis says.

“Make an agreement and let each person contribute, so it’s not just person left with the cleaning,” she says.

The state of your room is your own business, but your housemates have every right to pull you up if you’re leaving mess in communal areas, she adds.

If you’re ending a lease, all the tenants face losing their bond if a house is not left reasonably clean, says Tenancy Victoria chief executive Mark O’Brien.

“You might have three people that clean up their room, but a fourth person who leaves a mess,” he says.

“[People can] think they should only be responsible for their bit, but the one who doesn’t do the cleaning compromises it for everyone.”

4. Parents, rope in the kids
When I was young, my pocket money was dependent on doing my chores. (I was appointed chief toilet cleaner and dog-poo-picker-upper.)

If you live with children who are old enough to help out, Ms Panayiotidis suggests setting up a chart where they can tick off their tasks throughout the day.

You might include things like washing the dishes, helping with dinner, setting the table, cleaning up their room or — if you’re like my parents — the tasks no-one else wants to do.

“At the end of the week, there can be a reward built in. It doesn’t have to be gift or a toy — it could be a trip to the park or another pleasurable experience that the family can share,” she says.

“It also helps kids develop a sense of competency and mastery when they do jobs and learn.”

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Why you should wipe down your microwave daily

Microwaves offer efficiency that’s impossible to ignore. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore cleaning them! In fact, as easy as it is to heat up your leftovers or cook up some veggies, it’s pretty quick to wipe it down after every use. But there’s an even bigger reason to clean this kitchen appliance after […]

Microwaves offer efficiency that’s impossible to ignore. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore cleaning them!

In fact, as easy as it is to heat up your leftovers or cook up some veggies, it’s pretty quick to wipe it down after every use. But there’s an even bigger reason to clean this kitchen appliance after every use than to keep it sparkling to the naked eye. And your health will thank you too!

According to a swab study completed by Kimberly Clark, which surveyed almost 5,000 locations in a variety of office settings, 48 percent of the microwave door handles tested had adenosine triphosphate (ATP) counts of 300 or higher. ATP is a molecule that provides the energy needed for living things. It’s also used to measure how dirty something is. An ATP count of 300 or higher represents a surface that’s at high risk of transmitting illness.

Further research found the presence of E. coli inside a swabbed microwave. Of the study, Julie Torruellas-Garcia, PhD, who analyzed the samples, said: “We use it [the microwave] to cook our food, but also to defrost meat. Raw meats carry bacteria like E. coli and Salmonella. Sometimes, the food splatters around the microwave and we don’t always clean it.”

Keeping food from spilling in your microwave may not be easy, but clean-up sure is. By wiping down your microwave (including the exterior handle) after each use, you stop a bacterial breeding ground in its tracks. To get the job done, you can simply use warm water and mild soap.

For a “deeper” clean, grab 1/2 cup of water, 1/2 cup of white vinegar, a microwave safe bowl and a damp sponge or microfiber cloth. Place the water and vinegar in the bowl, and microwave on high until the window steams up and the mixture boils. Let the microwave cool for a few minutes, then wipe down.

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5 around-the-house cleaning hacks that will blow your mind

5. Kitchen Add a teaspoon of lavender oil to a one-litre spray bottle of water. It’s non-toxic and a great antibacterial! Apply the solution and dry the surfaces with a rolled-up pair of pantyhose, which are also great to polish the taps. Rather than using a toothbrush to get into that gritty bit down the […]

5. Kitchen

Add a teaspoon of lavender oil to a one-litre spray bottle of water. It’s non-toxic and a great antibacterial! Apply the solution and dry the surfaces with a rolled-up pair of pantyhose, which are also great to polish the taps. Rather than using a toothbrush to get into that gritty bit down the bottom of the tap, wrap the pantyhose leg around the base of the tap and seesaw backwards and forwards just like you are polishing a shoe. It takes seconds rather than minutes.

4. Laundry

While you can’t make your washing machine wash any faster, you can speed up the drying process. If you are using a clothesline, peg clothes open across two lines to speed the process, or if you are using a dryer, place a dry tea towel in the wet washing to increase surface area and dry your clothes faster.


3. Lounge Room

Dust ceilings, light fittings and walls with a broom covered with pantyhose. If you spray the head with some lavender spray, it inhibits insects. If you have lots of ornaments
in your lounge room, don’t scrub and rub to try and get the dust off – instead, place them inside a pillowcase one at a time and blast with a hairdryer. The pillowcase catches the dust.

2. Bathroom

Take a large plastic bucket and pop in everything that isn’t easy to wash or shouldn’t get wet – such as towels, toilet paper and all of the lotions and potions cluttering up the shelves – then place it outside. It’s easier and faster to clean a room that is stripped for action.

Sprinkle your bathroom surfaces with bicarb soda and lightly spray with white vinegar. While it is still fizzing, sweep with a soft broom covered with a pair of pantyhose. Don’t forget to sweep the walls while you still have some of the solution on the head of the broom. Rinse the broom and sweep again to remove any residue. A rolled-up pair of pantyhose will allow you to get into any smaller areas. Use the broom and an old towel to dry the floor.

Tip: If your bathroom has marble or limestone surfaces, you’ll need to
use a different cleaner. Fill a 500ml jar with water, add 2 tblsps of grated common bathroom soap and 2 tblsps of methylated spirits.

1. Garden

When a bit of elbow grease doesn’t quite cut it for the task at hand, a pressure cleaner such as a Gerni pressure washer will be your best bet for getting every tiny crack and crevice spotless. From large surface areas, like patios, to smaller nooks and crannies, like windows, this time-saving device will shave hours off your household to-do list.

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Things you’re making dirtier by cleaning them

Though you might think that cleaning always makes things cleaner, there are actually some things that you can make dirtier if you clean them incorrectly. Knowing how to clean things in the correct way not only makes things cleaner, but also can save you some time. These tips from the pros for windows, surfaces, floors, […]

Though you might think that cleaning always makes things cleaner, there are actually some things that you can make dirtier if you clean them incorrectly.

Knowing how to clean things in the correct way not only makes things cleaner, but also can save you some time.

These tips from the pros for windows, surfaces, floors, and more will allow you to actually get everything in your home clean, instead of inadvertently just making things worse.

 

You could be cleaning things wrong and actually making them dirtier.

 

If you cleaned your entire home and then found out that it really wasn’t any cleaner than when you started you’d probably be a bit grossed out and upset.

To learn more about what sorts of things you might be cleaning incorrectly, INSIDER turned to some experts. Here’s what you need to know.

You’re using dish towels to clean your hands, dishes, and counter tops.
If you’re using the same dish towels to clean your hands, dry dishes, and wipe down counter tops, you’re likely just spreading germs and messes around instead of truly cleaning things up.”The dish towel picks up crumbs, grease, food, and whatever else (germs, anyone?) is on the counter, and it stays there just waiting for you to wipe your hands or dry dishes or cookware,” Mary Gagliardi, a cleaning expert at Clorox, told INSIDER. “Think your cookware is clean? Not if you wipe it dry with a towel that’s not really clean!”

Keep your towels separate for each use so that you can be sure that they’re actually clean. And don’t forget to swap them out and wash them regularly. “Let the used towels air dry before adding them to your laundry basket where they can wait for laundry day,” Gagliardi said.

You’re using a mop to clean your floors.
Using mops to clean your floors might sound like a good idea, but in some cases, they can just make your floors dirtier than if you hadn’t mopped them. “In addition to leaving it behind, the mop simply moves the dirt around the floor, relocating it but not picking it up,” Robert Moeller, the vice president of Anvid Products, told INSIDER.

Make sure you’re doing your research about what you need to clean your particular floors and make sure that you also know the right process to follow in order to be most effective.

You’re cleaning your floors before you’re cleaning anything else.
Starting with your floors instead of finishing up by cleaning your floors is another mistake that can result in your home being dirtier than you might think. “That’s working backward,” Jennifer Rodriguez, chief hygiene officer at Pro Housekeepers, told INSIDER. “Dust and dirt will get on the floor and you’ll have to clean them again! Start with surfaces!”

That way you won’t have to clean things twice.

You’re cleaning your windows with newspapers.
You may have heard that cleaning your windows with newspapers gives you a better clean than using other methods because they won’t leave your windows looking streaky. But streakiness isn’t the only thing to consider when it comes to evaluating whether your windows are actually clean. “Newspapers have ink and contain other abrasive chemicals that cause more grime,” Merin Jay, a window cleaning expert at Top Window Cleaners, told INSIDER. “Great substitute is cleaning with a professional squeegee and microfiber towel.”

You’re not washing your sink.
Washing your sink is very important, but all too often, people don’t think about the necessity to clean a sink, focusing on their dirty dishes in the sink instead. “Once done washing dishes, you should wash your sink with liquid dishwashing soap,” Rodriguez said. “Pay special attention to the strainer which tends to build up a blackish/greyish mud-like material filled with the nastiest germs!”

Ensuring that your dishes and countertops are clean is important, of course, but you shouldn’t overlook or underestimate the importance of getting your sink clean as well.

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Are Air Purifiers Or Humidifiers More Effective For Cleaning The Air? What’s The Difference?

It’s that time of the year again when the city we live in and the air we breathe has turned into apoisonous gas chamber. The Air Quality Index (AQI), which indicates how clean the air is has gone past the dangerous mark and touched severe levels in some areas, forcing people to stay indoors. In […]

It’s that time of the year again when the city we live in and the air we breathe has turned into apoisonous gas chamber. The Air Quality Index (AQI), which indicates how clean the air is has gone past the dangerous mark and touched severe levels in some areas, forcing people to stay indoors.

In fact, the last few weeks has seen the air quality in some parts of the national capital breach the mark of ‘999’, beyond which the air quality cannot be measured. disruption of air quality has led to people experiencing several breathing issues, such as headaches, nausea, cold & cough and more serious respiratory ailments. One of the best solutions remain to instal a device that purifies the air we breathe and remove toxins from it and delivers cleaner air.

Are Air Purifiers Or Humidifiers More Effective For Cleaning The Air? What’s The Difference?

When it comes to choosing, which one should be on your list? First up, both air purifiers as well as humidifiers do a great job in improving the quality of air but given that the levels of pollution are hazardous, it can be tough to make a pick. How they differ is the way they offer relief.

What does an air purifier do?
Are Air Purifiers Or Humidifiers More Effective For Cleaning The Air? What’s The Difference?

Ever since the pollution levels have been rising, we have seeing advertisements for air purifiers. In fact, doctors recommend that patients who are prone to severe respiratory ailments install an air purifier and wear a mask which offers them comfort. What an air purifier does is that it takes in the polluted air and cycles it a number of times, filtering out the pollutants, thereby improving the air quality drastically.

A purifier contains a number of filters, such as the HEPA filter specially created to trap even small particulate matters like PM 2.5 and let out fresh, breathable air. It also purifies air from all sorts of smoke and bacteria but doesn’t add back the moisture to the air.

What does an air humidifier do?
Are Air Purifiers Or Humidifiers More Effective For Cleaning The Air? What’s The Difference?

The humidifier also purifies air but at the same time, it also adds much-needed moisture to the air present inside which is lacking as the toxins stick to the air droplets and repel the moisture. This comes in extremely handy for people who suffer from nasal and chest infections, sinusitis, and other issues which are caused by dry air.

While it does remove allergens from the air, the basic aim of a humidifier is to remove dry air and relieve irritation. For it to function properly, one needs to add water to the machine on a regular basis. It is best suited for dry areas.

Can a purifier and humidifier be used at the same time?
Are Air Purifiers Or Humidifiers More Effective For Cleaning The Air? What’s The Difference?Yes, it’s possible to use both an air humidifier as well as purifier at the same time for added protection. Although, given the pollution levels breaching the dangerous mark, installing an air purifier should be a priority. A humidifier can remove certain irritants and make the air more pleasant to breathe, while a purifier would filter all types of toxins from the air.

If you are experiencing symptoms of sneezing, coughing, runny or scratchy nose alongside a nagging headache, going for a purifier would be the safest bet. But, if you suffer from sinusitis, getting a humidifier could solve problems greatly.

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