Now that it’s post-Christmas and the New Year is approaching, it’s time to do a good spring cleaning for your home.
Whether you’re contending with a wine stain on the carpet that just won’t budge or cleaning up the debris in your kitchen, having the right appliance makes spring cleaning so much easier. If you’re looking to shop for new cleaning appliances, Here, we’ve rounded up 10 picks that’ll help you get the job done quicker and more efficiently.
Shark has built a reputation for its cleaning products, particularly its vacuum cleaners. They’re aesthetically pleasing and in this instance, unobtrusive as it sits in a stand when not in use. While the battery life won’t sustain you through an extended cleaning session – it only lasts 10 minutes – it is a perfect quick fix when you want to clean up a mess as soon as it has happened. The 0.25l capacity will also cover any quick messes you need to tackle.
This third generation Air Purifier by Xiaomi features the famous HEPA filter and can deliver 6660L of clean air per minute. It will monitor your air, remove the toxins you can’t see, and leave the atmosphere clean and breathable. The OLED touch display makes setup straightforward and offers an instant full breakdown of the air quality at a glance. You can also control it through the app or use voice command.
A great choice for a compact apartment, the Black & Decker has a compact 350ml tank and a 5 metre cable, so you can get your cleaning done and store it away easily too. Also, the microfibre pad is machine washable so you can reuse it and clean it easily. The steam mop kills 99.99% of germs without the need for detergent and has an adjustable head for getting into all those hard to reach places.
When you need to clean smaller places or tidy up surfaces quickly, a handheld vacuum is a great addition to your cleaning arsenal. The versatility means hoovering doesn’t have to be an ordeal and you can use it outside the home too if your car needs a spruce up.
We’ve all reached for the bleach to clean our floors at one time or another, but if you want to avoid toxins while still doing heavy-duty grime cleaning, a steam mop is the appliance to go for. You don’t need to fiddle with ratios of detergent to water, and the different attachments on this model mean you can tackle different kinds of surfaces with no worry.
A great choice for budget-conscious homeowners, this handy little robot can clean 200 scqm of your house in one sitting and help cover some of the routine cleaning work. You’ll need to run a regular vacuum over the top for a deep clean, but this is a great way to keep things fresh in between cleaning days.
Clean air is as vital to a clean home as clean surfaces are. An air purifier like the Dyson PureCool can clean up the air in your home and combat humidity too. The filter is easy to maintain, and it removes 99.95% of pollutants. Did we also mention how much we love its sleek look?
A decent hoover is a must-have appliance, but for some people, they can be cumbersome, especially if the appliance comes with a wire. A cordless option like this Dyson V8 is a great alternative. Featuring a HEPA filter and 155 Air Watts from the powerful V8 motor, you get up to 40 minutes of powerful fade-free suction.
To get appliances and surfaces sparkling clean without using as much elbow grease and time, consider investing in this electric scrubber. There are five different brush heads to use on a variety of surfaces, from the stovetop to bathroom tiles and stainless steel appliances.
If your sofa or carpet is sporting wine or food stains from your last Christmas party, this nifty gadget could help get them back in party-worthy condition in time for CNY.
The compact cleaner comes with a strong spray and suction to remove tough stains and spills. It’s also got an easily removable water tank, and comes with a three-inch tough stain removal tool as well as a sample-sized bottle of cleaning formula.
Judging from the reviews on Amazon, it does a pretty good job.
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Text: Home & Decor Additional Reporting: Michelle Lee