15 Lavish Cleaning Items For People Who Love To Clean your House
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1. Sanitizer wand
A sanitizer wand to help destroy all those nasty germs on your door handles, electric devices, bathroom surfaces, kitchen counters, and more. This wand is compact, making it perfect for sanitizing on the go.
One of the best ways to help curb the spread of germs is to frequently clean and disinfect the high-touch surfaces you come into contact with every day. There are too many “high touch” surfaces to count, but they include things like your phone, keys, wallet, doorknobs, light switches, remote controls, bedding and toiletries.
While you can always disinfect your devices using wipes or a good disinfectant spray, those products require a lot of time to use, and many of the best disinfectant products have been sold out for months. For a more efficient and effective way to clean high-touch surfaces around the house, consider a UV sanitizing wand, like this one from Sharper Image.
The world-famous accessories brand has its Travel UV Sanitizing Wand on sale for just $64.99 right now when you buy two (regularly $79.99 each) according to Rollingstone.
2. Electric Spin Scrubber
An electric spin scrubber with adjustable extension handles to wipe the dirt out of every crevice in your bathroom.
This scrubber is a great choice when looking for the best electric spin scrubber as it is not only effective at cleaning but also quite durable.
Made with the finest materials, this electric spin scrubber features a 21-inch extendable handle and an adjustable head. The head has a button that, once pressed, enable adjustment.
Electric Spin Scrubber comes with four different brushes heads made with quality bristles. The four brush heads include the extra head flat brush head, the small flat brush head, the round bristle brush head, and the corner scrubber brush head.
The extra head flat brush is great for cleaning large flat surfaces like windows and hard floors while the small flat brush head is great for cleaning small surfaces. The round bristle brush is great for cleaning sinks and tabs, while the corner scrubber brush head is perfect for cleaning corners and edges.
This Electric Spin Scrubber also has a waterproof design, which makes it resistant to splashing water. The water-resistant feature makes it able to be used in wet conditions, reported Johnharvards.
3. Upright vacuum cleaner
Upright vacuum cleaners tend to be the best option for larger, carpeted households. This is because they usually feature a turbo brush in the floor head, which makes them particularly effective at picking up hair and residue from carpets. The wide floor head also means they can cover a greater area more quickly and effectively than other vacuums.
These models are more stable and easier to maneuver than cylinders as you're pushing them forward rather than dragging them behind you. There’s also no need to bend when using an upright, which makes them a good option for those with back issues.
This design can be awkward to use on stairs and can also be too bulky to reach under furniture, and the weight of some can also take its toll after prolonged use. They’re typically neat to store though, and can usually hold the tools on the body so you have them to hand as you clean, Goodhousekeeping noted.
4. Touchless Trash Cans
This automatic trash can is from iTouchless and is on sale right now on Amazon for just $69.99 (it’s regularly $99.99). The battery-operated bin features a completely hands-free operation. Open the lid by waving your hand over a sensor; the lid automatically closes once you dispose of your trash. The CDC says a no-touch trash can is not only cleaner and less messy but more hygienic as well.
This touchless trash can has a 13-gallon capacity, which fits standard-sized kitchen trash bags. A natural carbon odor filter is included to help absorb and neutralize lingering smells, while iTouchless says the stainless steel surface is naturally germ-resistant, fingerprint-proof, and easy to wipe down and disinfect.
5. Smartphone sanitizer
Your handy electronic devices have one unwanted feature: They’re a breeding ground for bacteria. This easy-to-use sanitizer and charger help zap most of those germs. Simply place your device inside it, attach the included charging cable, and close the lid. Ultraviolet lights do the dirty work. The case even has built-in acoustic amplifiers so you can keep listening to music or use your phone's alarm while it's getting its spa treatment.
PhoneSoap On-the-Go has a built-in rechargeable battery so you can sanitize and charge anywhere, anytime. It can power up to four full phone charges, or 45 sanitizing cycles.
PhoneSoap Wireless has built-in charging for Qi-compatible phones, so there’s no need to untangle any clumsy cables. Just put your phone inside to sanitize and charge it all at once, according to Uncommongoods.
6. Steam cleaner
A steam cleaner complete with an 18-piece accessory kit to steam clean from the car to the home.
Steam cleaning may involve the use of steam, pressurized hot water, or both. When steam or hot water is used to clean a surface, they are usually combined with a detergent or some form of alkaline cleaner. Steam cleaning removes oils, greases, and other contaminants by thinning them with heat and diluting them in water.
Once diluted by the steam cleaning process, surface contaminants can be removed easily by further washing. When used with detergent, the cleaning power of steam cleaning can be increased significantly, including loose heavy contamination and even existing paints and coatings, Corrosionpedia cited.
7. Portable washing machine
A portable washing machine to keep your clothes crisp even when road tripping cross-country.
Portable washing machines are ideal appliances if you're living in an apartment or a small house and a full-size washer is not an option. These units are designed to move from a storage area, such as a closet, to a kitchen or bathroom where you can hook one up to a faucet and start washing clothes.
Portable washers come in both electric and manual models, so whether you're out camping or just trying to get clean clothes in an apartment or small home, you can find one that suits your needs. Their capacity usually averages around 1.5 cubic feet, which is about the same size as a pair of jeans, shirt, underwear, and even a set of pillowcases, Thespruce wrote.
8. Spinning makeup brush cleaner
Spinning Makeup Brush Cleaner is the makeup solution your brushes have been longing for. This is the only spin-drying tool that rotates at the touch of a button to clean and dry makeup brushes in seconds. Its powered wand clamps to any brush handle, from tiny liner applicators to thicker poufs for powder, before submerging them in the glass bowl, which users fill with water and the included cleaning solution. Bristles are first submerged and spun to ensure makeup residue and breakout-spreading bacteria are washed away, then raised above the water line and spun again, according to Walmart.
Like a salad spinner, Spinning Makeup Brush Cleaner pulls moisture off brush hairs to dry them in seconds, saving the hours required for traditional air-drying. Charged by batteries, just simply replace Makeup Brush Cleaner when needed. Your brushes will seem brand new and give your makeup application new life!
9. Cordless vacuum cleaner
Cordless cleaner sucks up 99.5 percent of dust and allergens and holds them there, rather than wafting them around you while you clean. It also has a head designed to catch pet hair on the sofa. Very clever.
Cordless vacuum cleaners, also known as stick vacuums, free you from the frustrating faff of cords. They're lightweight, easy on the back, and run on rechargeable batteries, meaning no more irksome plugging and unplugging as you move around the house.
Features vary between models. Some have far more power than others, better attachments and, crucially, longer battery life. Before you buy, consider the size of your home, its occupants (including cats and dogs!) and any extra tools that may come in handy.
10. Crystal Ergorapido Vaccum
If an inconspicuous vacuum like the Kone isn’t your style, then maybe you’d enjoy something a bit more noticeable. One average vacuum and 3730 Swarovski crystals later and you have the Crystal Ergoripado, the most expensive home cleaning appliance ever clocking in at $18993. Personally, if I had this cash to burn I’d be rolling on a Ducati Streetfighter, and still have $3k in my pocket, according to Coolmaterial.
The ErgoRapido vacuum cleaner is a product of Electrolux and has been “designed” by the implausibly named Lukasz Mistletoe. Like other cordless models, the crystallized vacuum cleaner exudes all standard features, including lightweight, high performance, attractive design, and ease of use. A waste of these precious stones, this creation is a complete disaster.
11. Steam Mop Cleaner
A steam mop cleaner with a detachable handheld unit that reviewers say is super easy to assemble and use. Pop it out of the box and in moments, you can get to cleaning.
Steam mops have an internal mechanism that creates steam, which is pumped out of a cleaning head. In theory, this steam loosens grime, and the cloth cleaning head wipes it away. Steam mops claim to make it easy to clean grimy floors without the use of chemicals; some manufacturers even claim that the hot steam helps kill bacteria and mites.
Most of the tested steam mops have claims of some description around killing or eliminating bacteria, but of course, these come with caveats.
Some even mention coronavirus in their marketing, with the inevitable footnote claiming that spot cleaning for 30 seconds at maximum steam level would remove a majority of enveloped viruses such as coronavirus or influenza when removing from common smooth household hard surfaces, however, most people are unlikely to spot clean their entire bathroom, or even the heavily trafficked areas with 30-second bursts reported Choice.
12. Air purifier
Air purifiers are the best way to clean your air indoors, which can be polluted and full of triggering particles like pollen and dust. They also help maintain a healthy environment by removing pet dander, mold spores, ragweed and more.
In most situations, we recommend that you place your air purifier in your bedroom since that's where you spend most of your time.
Keep in mind that portable air purifiers are designed primarily to purify the air in one room only, so you may need to invest in additional units for other rooms.
Alternatively, you can choose a unit that includes caster wheels, handles, and other portability features to make it easier to move it from room to room, Sylvane recommended.
13. 3-in-1 sterilizer and dryer
A 3-in-1 sterilizer and dryer for sanitizing bottles, toys, cell phones, keys, and more, to get rid of all the grime you can't see.
All parents want to protect their little ones, that's why our sterilizers are designed to kill viruses* and 99.9% of bacteria. UV light is a safe and dry method of sterilizing which kills 99.9% of harmful germs without using heat, steam, or harsh chemicals. You can rest assured that it sterilizes those hard to reach areas, getting rid of germs that may linger in bottles, nipples, breast pumps, and other accessories even after thorough washing.
The Ultra UV Sterilizer is the easy and innovative way to sanitize, dry, and store baby bottles and other accessories so you can keep tiny tummies protected. Ultraviolet (UV) is a form of invisible light that kills 99.9% of micro-organisms, so it’s an effective way to disinfect against harmful bacteria, mold, viruses, and other germs without the use of chemicals, Tommeetippee noted.
14. Microfiber duster
A microfiber duster that'll squeeze into all of the ~nooks and crannies~ of your furniture to swipe them free of any dust bunnies that might be lurking.
Since cotton cloths are inferior cleaning materials, you have to rely on chemicals to do most of the cleaning. We’ve become so accustomed to this way of cleaning that it’s hard to imagine doing it any other way. But there is a better way — with microfiber! Using a microfiber cloth to clean surfaces only requires a little bit of warm water. You can use mild cleaning chemicals if you want, but they really aren’t necessary.
Microfiber is incredible for dusting. You don’t need any polish or any other cleaning agents, just a dry microfiber duster or cloth pick up ALL of the dust and leave a shiny surface behind. Since you aren’t leaving any chemical residue behind to attract dust you’ll find that you no longer have to dust as often, according to Texasmicrofiber.
15. Window washer
A squeegee and window washer combo with an extension pole to handle all your window washing without the need to grab a ladder.
The window cleaning solution is to just add a couple of gallons of water and about a teaspoon of dishwashing liquid in your bucket, and you're ready to go for window washing. Some people also opt to use vinegar and water to clean windows. In warm weather, you'll get a little more working time by using cool water. If you've procrastinated so long that you're washing windows in below-freezing temps, add windshield washing solution until the water doesn't freeze on the glass. Scrubber or sponge? It's up to you. A scrubber works great and is worth buying if you have a lot of medium to large panes of glass. But a good-quality sponge is all you really need, especially if most of your windowpanes are small. Step one for cleaning windows: Dip the scrubber in the bucket and squeeze excess water from the scrubber. Will you need to use a ladder when you wash your windows? If so, consider using a ladder stabilizer.
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