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How to Get Your House Looking Spotless?

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Whether you’ve been living in your home for quite some time or you’re just building your new one, there’s one problem homeowners always have to deal with- and that’s getting their house to look spotless. Clutter and dust just manage to collect and after working tirelessly throughout the day, the last thing you want to do is to come home to more work. Fortunately, this can be solved with a few good habits that will take up only a few minutes of your time.


Hiring house builders JG kings to create your dream home for you will ensure you have all your expectations met and probably more so. But it sure does hurt when just a few weeks in you notice the floors looking scuffed- especially when you have kids running about. The solution to your problem is to implement the ‘no shoes’ rule. The more people who live in the house, the more germs and dirt that enters the household when shoes are brought inside.

The Bed

Before you leave the house for your chores or for your work, take a few minutes to just make the bed. The rest of the room could still look disorganized but a neat bed manages to brighten up the space and make it look instantaneously more organized than it was before. It’s a simple hack that takes only a few moments and makes coming back home to your bed all the more enjoyable!

The Shower

When you leave the shower and let the shower door dry on its own, you’ll notice unseemly water spots forming and also an accumulation of grime from all that moisture. It’s these small details that all contribute to a dirty and disorganized house. An easy habit for you to adopt would be to wipe down the shower as soon as you’re done with a sponge kept close by. This will leave the glass looking crystal clear.

The Bathroom Sink

The bathroom sink is yet another place that accumulates grime easily. All those toothpaste stains, water spots and the occasional strand of hair can easily vanish with a single, regular wipe down. Keep a box of wipes handy for when you use the sink. If you have kids, doing this regularly will become quite the challenge but you can always try and get them involved with cleaning up and helping out too.

The Kitchen Counter

Your kitchen counters are most prone to dirt and stains and if you don’t clean it regularly, it can contribute to dreary future cooking experiences. Each night before you head up for bed, make sure to wipe these down and the appliances you’ve used for the days or the stains will become nearly impossible to remove.


At least one bedroom in the house will have a chair that will be a dumping ground for dirty clothes. Instead of letting this collect, do one last sweep around the bedrooms to make sure all the dirty clothes are in the hamper and the clean ones are hung up.

These small habits can make all the difference each day. It’s the minute details like this that make a house feel dirty so make sure to pick these habits up fast!

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