This New Year cleaning resolution tips post is brought to you by Mr. Clean as part of a Type-A Parent Community Sponsored Post.
It's a new year and time for new resolutions. Maybe your New Year's resolution is to clean more or to clean those areas that go unnoticed. Some of our most commonly used gadgets and devices are the most germ ridden in the house and there's no better time to get started than now! Here are a few tips and tricks to get your home or work-space neat and tidy!
- If your computer keyboard or laptop looks or feels a little greasy or grimy, try a Mr. Clean Eraser. These wonderful little cleaning pads will have your keyboard sparkling in no time!
- Clean your computer screen with a non-abrasive cloth and plain distilled water.
- Junk in the keyboard? Use a hairdryer to blow out crumbs, etc...
- Careful cleaning is necessary when disinfecting your smartphone or other device so that the screen or sensors are not damaged. Rather than buy expensive cleaners from the manufacturer, use a damp (not too wet) soft cloth or even a small amount of alcohol. Remember...use any liquid sparingly!
- Use a damp cloth and a little disinfectant to wipe down your chair, including the arm rests.
- Rolling Casters...these poor fellas are in constant contact with the ground and tend to get dirty and gummed up with all kinds of debris. Use some alcohol and give them a good cleaning!
- Although time doesn't usually permit, take a minute and wipe down your desk with a disinfectant like Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle. Your immune system will thank you!
Ultimately no one likes to clean, but it's definitely something that needs to be done to avoid germs and illness from spreading, so start the new year with a clean slate!
What are some of your tips for keeping your home and work-space clean?
This is a compensated post brought to you by Mr. Clean. Mr. Clean is kicking off the New Year with the launch of a new product called Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle, a new multi-purpose, multi-surface concentrated cleaning gel that delivers superior cleaning performance on and off the floor. Be sure to like Mr. Clean on Facebook and follow @RealMrClean on Twitter.