Diwali Home Cleaning: Deepawali means happiness, Deepawali means love, it is not a festival but the emotion of India. Diwali is the main festival of Hindu society, everyone is excited for it. However, the women of the house are very busy during Diwali. On this day, how the whole day goes from cleaning to decoration of the house, I do not even know. In such a situation, instead of on the day of Diwali, work should be started for this a few days in advance, so that the workload can be reduced.
Gather these things- Cleaning of the house definitely happens before Diwali, in such a situation, cleaning work should be started at least 2 weeks before. Along with this, you must have disinfectant, baking soda, white vinegar, apple cider vinegar, lemon, scrub, brush, cloth wipes, garbage bag, microfiber cloth for glass, fabric softener and strain remover so that there is no problem.
How to clean glass: The hardest part is cleaning the doors and windows. However, you can do this very easily with the help of white vinegar. First add a little white vinegar to the water. After that clean them with microfiber or any soft cloth.
You can clean the microwave with lemon If you want to clean the microwave at home, then you can clean it with lemon. Take water in a bowl, add lemon to it, then put the bowl inside the microwave and hit it. This will cause a steam of water to spread inside the microwave, then wipe it off with a cloth.
What to do to wipe the fan? For this you can use old pillow cover. Fans cannot be allowed to remain dirty in cleaning on the occasion of Diwali. Therefore, you can use an old pillow cover to clean the fan blades. This will make cleaning very easy.
Brighten the bathroom with baking soda If there is anything dirty in the house, it is the bathroom. This place is the dirtiest. You can use baking soda to make it shine. Sprinkle a small amount of baking soda on the basin, take a drop of dish wash on the scrub, and then clean the surfaces with it.
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