How to Reduce the Use of Paper Towels in Move Out Cleaning
Paper towels are mainly used for wiping things. People prefer them because they are cheap, easy to find and to use. The thing is, though, that paper towels are not biodegradable and can be used only once. This makes them quite eco-unfriendly, having in mind that the amount of paper towels used every day equals to 51 000 trees. That is why we must learn how to reduce their use even in the move out cleaning process.
When dealing with end of tenancy cleaning we usually wipe flat surfaces, such as counter-tops, bathroom tiles, sinks, windows, etc. with paper towels. This is not eco-friendly as I already said above, and if you don’t believe me have a look at the pile of paper towels in your garbage can when you finish.
There are two ways to reduce the use of paper towels in the cleaning process:
The first is to buy yourself biodegradable wiping materials, such as sponges, mops and cloths, which can be quite expensive to be honest.
The other one is to follow the advice of Move Out Cleaning London and to have a look in your wardrobe. There’s certainly a shelf with t-shirts which you’re not wearing any more and you probably don’t want to take to your new home. So, separate the ones that are good for charity and tear the rest into middle-sized cloths. You can use them instead of paper towels without any hesitation. Moreover, they can be used more than ones and are biodegradable.
Imagine how better place for living the Earth would be, if everyone was following the advice of Move Out Cleaning London! There would be more trees and the air we breathe would be cleaner.