Many common items in your home can contain bacteria, mold, mold, dust, odors and other favors - until they grow vigorously. Routine washing is your best defense. However, how often you should wash often depends on a set of things:
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On a scale from humidity to sopping, how wet does it usually get?
Do you routinely come into contact with body fluids?
Is it permissible to dry the air well between uses?
Is it regularly exposed to fresh air and bright sunlight?
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Use the following washing guide as a starting point, realizing that strong daily and weekly maintenance procedures usually allow you to get rid of frequent deep cleaning.
Showerhead / Shower Liner The guideline here is to wash it off before you see any signs of mold or mold growth. For most families, this translates to about once a week or every two weeks if you are used to running a bathroom fan when bathing and pulling the liner out of the bathtub, so that it can dry out every day after the last shower.
Bathroom towels hanging towels and reusing them is a great way to save energy, water and use detergents. The other side is that bath towels have the best conditions - wet, dark, plush, and frequent body contact - for the multiplication of bacteria. Assuming that you always hang bathroom towels until completely dry between uses, it is best to wash once every 2-3 times.
Hand Towels Handwashing is the best way to reduce infection. But you cannot assume that everyone is washing their hands with the same degree of precision, so it is best to swap towels and wash them every day at least or so. Another thing to know is that washing - even with hot water and bleach - does not usually kill all germs; towels in particular accumulate germs with age, so replace them completely sometimes.
BATH MAT - Once a week or with each load of bathroom towels, you must do the trick to keep your bathroom clean. If the mat has anti-slip rubber support, frequent washing leads to deterioration of the support, so keep this in mind the next time you choose a new mat.
Plates When it comes to washing the covers, the recommendations range from cleaning professionals from once a week (ideal) to, at most, once every two weeks. Some factors that may affect where you fall within this range include: tendency to sweat or dribble when sleeping, wearing / not wearing PJs, bathing before bed, daily bedding behaviors, allowing pets to sleep with you, and many others. .
DUVETS / COMFORTERS First question: Is it covered? If yes, wash the cover whenever you wash your sheets, then wash the comforter or clean it professionally once a season. If you do not use a duvet cover, wash the comforter whenever you wash your sheets. The second question: Do you use a top sheet? If yes, then you can probably pay the cover wash once a month.
Blankets The washing guide for the blankets depends on usage. If used routinely, wash with sheets. If it is used only occasionally, wash or clean once a month or so.
MATTRESS plate / cover While the leaves provide a layer of protection here, they still allow human body fluids (such as sweat) and dander to leak from it, creating a ground for feeding dust mites. Even if the mattress cover is guaranteed to repel mites, wash the mattress pads and covers at least once a month.
BED SKIRT As long as it regularly moves and / or vacuum cleans under and around the bed - and no person sleeping in the bed suffers from dust or allergy associated with it - once a season or even twice a year it should be sufficient to wash or skirts the dry cleaning bed.
PILLOWS Assuming you wash pillow cases and / or protective pillowcases once a week (or every two if that is your routine), you will likely get away from washing the pills only once a season or every six months. The exceptions will be for people who are extremely sweaty, drowsy in their sleep, suffer from allergies or asthma.
WINDOW TREATMENTS If you perform a weekly or bi-monthly habit of vacuum blinds and window treatments, you can get rid of window washing or cleaning treatments only once a season or twice a year.
Decorative pillows / paper towels Decorative ornamental pillows often come with removable / washable covers and inserts. As with window treatments, if you empty them weekly, you can get rid of washing only once a season. The same applies to warm throw blankets and slip covers.
Sponges: Synthetic sponges are bacterial factories and should be sterilized primarily with every use. Either they drop into boiling water or pass through a very hot dishwasher cycle. Better yet, replace your sponges with cotton tools that you can throw daily with almost any load of laundry.
Dish Towels Especially if you use them to dry dishes and serve dishes and utensils that do not take advantage of high temperatures for cooking to kill surface germs, be sure to wash the dish towels with every use and also replace them sometimes.
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