We all live on one large planet with many different places. No matter where you are, one thing is certain: we all have to clean, whether we like it or not. This fact is true for anyone, and equally true is the fact that cleaning is typically always a hassle. However, as we advance in society, there are many exciting new methods of cleaning that have come to the forefront. These innovations have made cleaning much quicker and easier than ever before. Take a look at these breathtaking inventions that have done wonders for the world of cleaning.
The Backpack Vacuum
The vacuum cleaner, or la aspiradora if you live in a Spanish speaking country, has been a staple of any clean household. These machines suck up any dirt or debris that you might not be able to catch with a simple broom or mop. However, they are often large and quite clunky. This is where the backpack vacuum comes in handy.
These backpack vacuums are lightweight and can be strapped to the user’s back for easy transport. This allows the user to clean with relative ease, compared to a normal vacuum which is typically heavy and requires more effort.
The Robot Vacuum
If you do not want to have to do any work at all, you might want to consider a robot vacuum. If you speak French, you might call it an aspirateur robot. These little guys scuttle around the house and clean up any dirt and debris that they find.
The aspect that makes these machines truly unique is that they operate independently. Even if you are not home, a robot vacuum can still clean while you are gone. They may not pack as much of a punch as using a vacuum yourself, but the time and effort you save by using one is something to really appreciate.
Wet Pad Mops
Mopping is the best way to clean your floors, but this can also be a challenge. Filling up a bucket with cleaning solution and using a mop to clean can sometimes cause more problems than one would expect. One way this issue has been tackled is with wet pad mops.
These mops are reusable and require no bucket. Instead, the cleaning solution comes installed in the mop. Then you add a wet pad that scrubs the floor and allows you to clean without the use of a bucket. The pads and solution will need to be replaced, which can be costly, but it is a worthy investment in terms of convenience.
Surfaces are not the only things that need to be cleaned. We must protect ourselves from germs as well. Many public areas have replaced their liquid hand sanitizers with a foam substitute. This foam soap uses no water and does not require the user to lather their hands.
This not only allows the user to wash their hands faster but also allows them to use less soap, making it a much better alternative for the environment as well. Despite this, you should still wash your hands with soap and water when you can!
Microfiber products have been sweeping the nations for quite some time, so to speak. These cloths have incredibly small fibers that can get into hard to reach places that other cloths simply cannot. They can also be reused hundreds of times, making for an innovative cleaning product that is both effective and worth every cent. These fibers can be found on just about anything: mops, hand towels, mitts, and more. These microfiber products are the perfect solution for just about anything you need to clean.