Cleaning Supplies You Need to Buy If You Live in a PG/Hostel

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When you were buzzing with excitement about moving to a new city and checking out listings under girls PG near me, you probably didn’t think about all the chores and daily maintenance that it would require. After all, when you live alone, you’re in charge of all the chores. There’s no nagging parents to pick up after you or remind you to take care of yourself. And that doesn’t mean that you should let your hostel or PG room turn into a dumpster. Because if you want to feel comfortable and healthy, it’s important to live in a space that’s clean and hygienic. Thankfully, you’re not in this alone. You’ve got a whole world of cleaning supplies to help you on your mission. And we’re going to help you choose which ones are essential for you. Check out our list of must-have cleaning items that will make doing your chores a lot easier, quicker and more enjoyable for you. 

A duster (with an extendable handle)

When it comes to cleaning, dusting may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but it’s one of the first things to do for your stuff, considering the amount of fine dust and dirt that your belongings can collect. And vacuum cleaners tend to be way too expensive (not to mention, take up too much precious space in your hostel room). So, investing in a multipurpose duster is going to be a real game-changer for you. Opt for one with an extendable handle so that you’re able to get the cobwebs in the hard-to-reach corners of your room as well as your desktop and shelves without any hassle. And make sure that you’re giving your space a good dusting every week, so that you can breathe a lot better. 

Spray bottles

If there’s one tool that you’re going to be thanking God for, it’s a spray bottle. Or multiples of them. Because trust us, once you see how much easier they make your life, you’re going to be buying these in bulk. Spray bottles are super handy when it comes to helping you evenly distribute cleaning solutions, but that’s not all. You can fill them with water and use them as misters for your indoor plants. You can even fill them with hair or face serum and make them a part of your skincare routine. Get these multipurpose bottles in glass rather than plastic so that you can be more environmentally friendly and make sure you stick on a label. Then spray your way to cleanliness! 

Cleaning solutions

Now that you have the bottles, you’ll need cleaning solutions to put inside them, right? Well, you need to choose the right one for each task. If you want to go the tried and trusted route, a phone call to your mom is sure to give you all the pros and cons of the different cleaning solutions on the market and which brands she uses at home. But if you want to show off your independence and choose your own products, we recommend a multipurpose cleaning solution for your surfaces, a good brand of laundry detergent, as well as a dishwashing liquid and scrub. With these basics in your cleaning kit, you’re good to go.

Broom and dustpan

Want to get your PG or hostel room looking spick and span? There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned jhaadu to do the job. A broom and dustpan are essential for keeping your floor in good shape on a daily basis, as well as to clean away any spills. We recommend sweeping your room at least two-three times a week if you’re not able to do so daily so that you don’t have to worry about dirt or debris underfoot. Choose a dustpan with a rubber lip so that it clings to the floor and makes it really easy for you to sweep the dust away in one go.

A bucket

If you’re looking for a hostel near me for students it’s going to come with a shower, right? Well, that doesn’t mean that you don’t need a bucket as well. This handy household essential has lot more uses than just for baths. You can use it to hold water while mopping your clothes as well as to hand wash any delicate fabrics that you have. And when you’re not using the bucket, it also functions as a DIY cleaning caddy where you can store all your supplies in one place and keep them from going missing.

So, there you have it. These are the cleaning supplies that you absolutely need to buy if you’re living alone in a hostel or PG. With them, you’ll be well on your way to living the neat and clean life that you deserve in a new city.

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