WHEN cleaning your home, there are certain areas that require a little bit more attention than others.
New York City-based professional organizer Caroline Solomon has revealed what these areas are - adding that you should be cleaning them at least once a week.
In her TikTok video, Solomon started by urging people to vacuum their hard surface floors.
Keeping up with this task prevents build-up and keeps your floors scratch-free.
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The kitchen and bathroom floors should also be mopped weekly.
Sharing her cleaning solution, Solomon stated: "I use a spray mop with a washable pad, and two cups of warm water and a few drops of dish soap."
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When cleaning your toilet bowl, Solomon advised that you pour half a cup of vinegar in the toilet bowl and around the rim, let it sit for 10 minutes, and then scrub away.
"Make sure to scrub underneath the rim," she noted.
When done cleaning, you should flush your toilet with the brush underneath the running water to cleanse it, and let it dry before putting it back in the toilet brush holder.
"To kill germs and bacteria, wash sheets in warm water," the cleaning expert instructed.
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Be sure to check your care label for washing instructions as well.
Her final suggestion was to toss any expired food.
Waste should be prevented by keeping leftovers in the front of your fridge.
To clean bathroom surfaces, she further recommended using a few drops of soap and warm water when cleaning marble. The same could be done with other commonly used surfaces.
And to clean mirrors, she stated: "I use half vinegar, half water with a rag."
As for cleaning heavily-used kitchen surfaces, the expert used a mix of warm water and a few drops of dish soap.
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