by Blog Hub

Certain habits are hard to overcome, and when it comes to cleaning, we may have caused the mess! Don’t worry, you’re not alone; we’ve included some typical poor cleaning behaviors below to help you get rid of them, Bad cleaning habits are the breeding grounds for pests in a messy home.

Reusing your kitchen sponge:

When did you last buy kitchen sink sponges? Last month? 6-months-ago? Many assume sponges become clean by using soap. Sponge bacteria multiply, so this myth may really hurt you. Germs thrive under continual wetness. Replace kitchen sponges every three weeks to wash the dirty dishes.

Leaving clothing in the washing machine:

Laundry is undoubtedly one of your least favourite duties, and we bet you leave your clothing in the washer longer than you should.

Putting them in for too long might cause the garments to smell bad and need rewashing. Moisture just like sponges! When moist clothing is allowed to dry in a confined location, you must run the washer again without cleaning products.

Table top mess:

Most families have everything right there, usually a table top full of knickknacks, shopping bags, school supplies, and more! It’s simple to pile everything in one place, but it affects your home’s appearance.

Put items in their places and your house will appear clean in no time. For tidy households, “a place for everything and everything in its place” applies.

Dirty cleaning tools:

Do you clean your cleaning tools too? Cleaning items, like the kitchen sponge, need maintenance and replacement.

Cleaners often cross-contaminate. Would you clean your dining room with a bathroom brush? If we don’t clean properly, germs in high-traffic places like bathrooms might hurt us. Sanitize and clean instruments after use to avoid COVID-19. Replace kitchen and bathroom sets regularly.

Ignoring fridge cleaning:

Food may rot and contain bacteria even in a cold, dry fridge. Leftovers, overripe produce, and unsealed food packages in the fridge are health risks. Clear out old items. Monthly, clean the fridge with water and white vinegar.


We know your definition of hoarding is keeping everything to the point of being overrun, yet everyone has modest hoarding tendencies, whether they realize it or not.

Look at your cupboards, drawers, and shelves. How many things can you claim you use every day? You probably have stuff you haven’t touched in months or years. They sit in the garage or storage closet, collecting dust. We know that now is the best time to declutter and get rid of unneeded stuff.

Outside shoes indoors:

A second pair of shoes or slip-ons for home can help keep the floor clean. Outdoor shoes may leave dirt on the floor and carpeting, which is unsightly and difficult to clean!

Carpet stains settling:

Carpet fibres are absorbent and difficult to clean if not treated immediately. Pressing the paper towels may make the stain harder to remove. After removing most of the stain, try DIY cleaning.

Unmade bed:

Making your bed in the morning might help you be more productive. According to some research, bed makers sleep better, nap less, and are happier. We think it’s because you crossed something off your to-do list.

Oven storage:

Ovens aren’t storage spaces. Make room in the kitchen for grocery overbuys. If you store unwanted dishware in the oven, you may have too many plates and pans and should declutter.

Cleaning isn’t habitual:

Inconsistent cleaning is the main cause of an untidy house. Oven cleaning must be done regularly to develop a habit.

We understand if your work, kids, or relationships are your top priorities right now. We understand life’s many responsibilities. Trust us for weekly or biweekly cleaning. Our reliable house cleaners clean your home to the best of their skills.