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Interiors that keep you healthy

Everyone loves the smell of clean sheets and a breath of fresh air. But that doesn’t mean that things that seem clean are actually hygienic. The entire family spends a considerable amount of time at home. Maintaining hygiene at all times, even if you can’t see the dirt will go a long way in protecting your loved ones. Get your dream luxury interiors and keep your family safe from health hazards. Bonito is here to help you:
 

Clean Floors

Starting with the floor that gets dirty the fastest. A stained concrete flooring with a protective sealer is a good recommendation. The minimal seams and a nonporous seal make it a breeze to sweep and mop. Another bonus is that this flooring is pretty much impervious to anything that may spill. Other great flooring options are laminate or luxury vinyl tile in a wood-look plank. Hardwood floors are easy to sweep and mop too. A good dust mop and a sponge mop are great options for all the flooring options we’ve mentioned. But, you can’t put off cleaning up any splash or splatter with the hardwood floors. If you must have wall-to-wall carpet, try limiting that to bedrooms, where you’ll tend to go barefoot. Get the best flooring ideas for your home from here.
 

Scrubbable Walls

Your walls should be easy to clean, especially if you have children or pets. Opt for wall painting solutions that are well known for being easy to clean and maintains its shine. If your family has kids who tend to make the walls their canvas, this is what you need. Maintain a regular wall treatment and disinfect it daily. For high-traffic areas in your home, use paints with superior cleaning solutions. This will help you clean the walls at intervals without fearing of the paint coming off.
 

Smart Upholstery

Choose upholstery fabrics that are durable, stain-resistant and easy to clean. Leather upholstery is suitable for people with children. They are easy to wipe off with disinfectants in case of any spillage. We recommend choosing stain-repellent fabrics. You can clean them out with vacuum cleaners. Spray them with natural disinfectants to keep them hygienic and clean every day. Learn all about the fabrics to use in your home here.
 

Declutter to Clean Better

One of the hardest parts of housekeeping is managing the clutter. And once you have managed the clutter, sanitization is a breeze. But no matter how careful or organized we are, it seems like papers, books, and odds and ends begin to accumulate. Cut down on the clutter by planning plenty of convenient, accessible storage spaces. Smart furniture like an ottoman, bench, etc that doubles as storage is easy to expand your space. This will help you clean the area with care. Check out how you can revamp your space by decluttering here.
 
With the fast-paced lives that we lead, it becomes difficult for us to keep our homes in order. Details like the above-mentioned ones can help you along with your housekeeping. 
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