Nobody actually enjoys cleaning their house. Sure, there might be some chores you find less taxing than others, but enjoy – that’s a bit of a stretch. What if you could make household chores simpler, eliminating some of the frustration from the process? With these 4 tools, ranging from the automated to the simply well-designed, you can speed up the cleaning process and get back to what you really enjoy.
The Perfect Pet Broom
If you’ve ever tried to use a traditional broom to sweep up pet hair, then you know how it goes; the hair gets stuck in the bristles and just drags debris around the floor. It’s annoying and unproductive, but there’s a remarkably simple solution to this problem, the Evriholder FURemover Broom. This short bristled rubber broom easily gathers pet hair, but it also has a squeegee side for wet messes, and that does double duty gathering up tiny cat little particles that slip past other brooms.
A Built-In Vacuum
With all the buzz about automation, everyone wants smart home technology, until a simple task goes dreadfully wrong. Just look at the popular robot vacuums. People love that these little vacuums scoot around all day picking up messes, until, for example, one runs into a pet mess and drags it all over the house. Now you’ve got an even bigger mess to clean up.
Instead of opting for a robotic vacuum like a Roomba, consider a central vacuum cleaner system instead. Central vacuums run through the walls of your home, allowing you to simply attach the appropriate hose or accessory in the room you want to clean. No more lugging a heavy vacuum up and down the stairs, and no more Roombas running wild.
This One Does Windows
The phrase, “I don’t do windows” is something of a housekeeping joke, but it makes sense – washing your windows involves all kinds of mess, plus a step ladder. Now you can take your anti-windows stance to its logical conclusion with the Alfawise window cleaner robot. This little device suctions to your windows and scrubs them clean, and features a built-in AI for detecting window frames. And don’t worry about it tumbling down. If your robot runs out of power, it can hold to the window for up to half an hour, and can also be rigged to a professional climbing strength rope for extra security.
This Basic Blind Brush
It may not seem like much compared to some of the more high-tech offerings, but sometimes a complicated job can be completed with a simple tool. Take cleaning your blinds, for example. Wiping down or vacuuming each individual slat is impractical, but with a simple tool like the ELECOOL blind duster, you can clean several slats at a time. Because it’s purpose-built, you won’t have to jam your hands in between narrow slats or fuss with rags to get into the crevices.
Cleaning smarter only occasionally means opting for smart home technology. Much more often, its basic tools like brooms and brushes that really get the job done. A simple redesign or targeted tool can save you time and help you get back to the activities you actually enjoy.