Cleaning is a task that some homeowners enjoy and others totally detest. Whichever side of the fence you’re on, it’s likely that you’d appreciate anything which can make the job of cleaning easier, so there’s a good chance that you’d be interested in an assortment of automated cleaning gadgets.
We came across an infographic from Cleaning Services Group which features a few cool tech gizmos that make some cleaning duties a whole lot easier for you.
Cooking surfaces can be especially tough to clean, with stubborn leftover stains from grease and oils. Many of us love summertime barbecues, but after the eating comes the unpleasant part of cleaning.
That was until the creation of a robotic grill-cleaning device with wire brushes that can have the BBQ sparkling again inside 20 minutes, saving you a lot of hassle.
For cooker hobs, the Sonic Scrubber is a toothbrush-like device which oscillates 8,000 times a minute and is very effective at removing hardened stains, especially those in areas that are hard to reach with a cloth when scrubbing by hand.
After a while, windows can show up a lot of dirt and marks which used to require plenty of intense scrubbing. Karcher’s Power Squeegee sprays onto the glass and covers it over with a vacuum, making it very easy to clean your windows without annoying linear marks being left. It works on other glass surfaces like mirrors and shower walls, too.
If your home is polluted with malodorous air, IQAir has a machine which removes almost all household dust and releases purified air around your home while also operating very quietly; no grating fan noises with this machine.
The quality of your household air can be checked with a digitalized monitor that can be synced with your smartphone, too, with the app supplying recommendations on how to improve the air quality if needed.
Check out the infographic below for further information on these very convenient cleaning devices.
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