Kitchen Cleaning

Kitchens get messy fast! Before you know it, you may have a big mess that requires many hours of your time to clean up. Luckily, there are some things that you can do to maintain your kitchen in tip-top clean condition. Especially with all the heavy and yummy cooking done during the festive season. The best way to keep your kitchen clean is to do some simple cleaning each day. Here are some tips:

Decontaminate Those Kitchen Areas

There are all sorts of germs that are laying around your kitchen. They can make your loved ones sick if you don’t clean them out. When you are doing kitchen cleanup, you need to focus on decontaminating certain areas. Cutting boards and kitchen counters should be disinfected or sanitised every time you use them to prepare food. If you are cutting or preparing meat and vegetables on a cutting board, use a cleaning solution to clean it properly once you are finished. Don’t forget to wipe down your kitchen counters with a disinfectant that’s safe for the surface. This will remove any unnoticeable bacteria that’s been left behind.

Keep your Sink Clean 

Your kitchen sink is filled with a lot of germs and bacteria. It actually could be one of the dirtiest places in your kitchen. This is why it is important to clean it every day. Make sure you wipe down the faucet and handles with a disinfectant as well. You can make a cleaning solution that consists of about a quarter of hot water and a tablespoon of bleach.

Start From The Top And Work Your Way Down

The efficient way to clean your kitchen rather quickly is by doing it the right way. Start at the top of your kitchen cabinets and work your way down to the floor. Pay attention to areas where a lot of crumbs can accumulate such as on the stove or near the kitchen backsplash. Wipe down the walls and anywhere there are oil splashes.

Rinse Your Sponges Regularly

A lot of people forget to clean their sponges. Sadly, it's full of bacteria. There are several ways that you can go about cleaning it. You can microwave it for about a minute or boil it for five minutes to kill germs. You can also clean and wash it in a bleach solution. It's also a good idea to replace your sponges at least once a month. Do not ever clean your kitchen with the same sponge that you use to clean your dishes. You need to use a separate sponge, clean cloth, or paper towels. This will avoid from bacteria spreading around your kitchen.

Do A Quick Wipe Down Of Appliances

Your kitchen appliances can get very dirty even without a lot of use. This is why it’s important to do a quick wipe down of each one of them at least once a week. Make it a habit to wipe down the top of your stove and the inside of your microwave, oven and refrigerator after using at the end of the day. This will keep your kitchen appliances from collecting dust or grease and you have to spend long hours at a time cleaning them when they have become extremely dirty and leaving stubborn stains.


How Do You Clean a Kitchen While Out of Home?

If you are looking for ways to reduce dust and allergens as well as dirt in your kitchen, there are some ways that you can clean it even if you aren’t at home. These are the most useful tools to have on hand.

Robot Vacuum

If you hate to sweep or vacuum the floor, there may be another option for you. The Dreame W10 robot vacuum is the most effective cleaning product available today. It can work on a variety of flooring types including tile, linoleum, wood, and carpet. It uses advanced mapping to quickly clean each room. You don't have to monitor it while it's vacuuming. It can automatically scrub and washes on its own. Its design allows it to thoroughly clean and mops your kitchen like under your cabinets or tables. It will automatically return to its charging dock when its battery is running low, so you can let the Dreame W10 vacuum even when you aren’t at home at any time and anywhere by just using the app.


If you have a dishwasher, you don’t have to just let dishes pile up in the sink. A dishwasher can wash your dishes for you. If you have a dishwasher that has a setting on it that will allow you to set it to start at a specific time, your dishwasher can start washing dishes even if you aren't at home.

If you have struggled with having a dirty kitchen floor in the past, the best cleaning tool to use is the Dreame W10 robot vacuum. It will vacuum and mop the floors for you with just a tap from your smartphone. Don’t worry about spilling sambal and kicap this Raya festive. Let our Dreame W10 robot vacuum take care of that!

Deep Clean Your Home This Raya!!

Raya is coming near, which means it's time to start deep cleaning thoroughly the whole house! But a question we always have is what is the difference between regular and deep cleaning.

Regular Cleaning:

As the name suggests, regular home cleaning involves typical home cleaning tasks done to maintain typical cleanliness. While it's possible to hire a cleaning company to do regular cleaning, it costs less than deep cleaning.

Regular cleaning usually involves regular cleaning tasks such as sweeping floors, cleaning and mopping floors, vacuuming carpets, wiping the dust from surfaces, appliances, and fixtures, cleaning and disinfecting the bathroom, cleaning kitchen appliances, cooking pots and floors as well as cleaning doors, window frames, dusting vents, emptying the trash can, and removing cobwebs.


Deep Cleaning:

Deep cleaning goes further than regular cleaning. The main difference is in the level of detail. Deep cleaning is broader. It includes all regular cleaning tasks as well as cleaning neglected and/or hard-to-reach areas of your home. Anything that can be cleaned is attended to. It also focuses on improving the living quality and overall cleanliness of your home. Other notable differences also include price. Deep cleaning is more costly. It also takes a much longer time.


How often do you need to deep clean your home?

As mentioned above, deep cleaning involves cleaning every cleanable place or thing in your home. While it's not possible to clean everything, there are things you must deep clean often than others.

You should deep clean your microwave, shower, toilet, bathmats, bathtubs, and carpets every week. Your refrigerator can be deep cleaned monthly, while your pillows and skirting boards should be cleaned every three months.

Windows and curtains should be cleaned thoroughly every 3-6 months. Your mattress, blankets, and comforters can be deep cleaned at least twice a year. Showerheads can wait for a year, while your oven should be deep cleaned when it starts emitting an unpleasant odour. For ovens or kitchen stoves, it can also be weekly depending on the frequency, spills, etc.

Deep Cleaning House Checklist: How to Deep Clean a House

If you are looking for specifics i.e., the different places to clean in your kitchen, bedroom, etc., how to clean those places, the number of times you should clean, among other important information, here's what you should know.

Kitchen Deep Cleaning

When serious cleaning your kitchen, you should focus on the microwave, refrigerator, and oven, as these are the appliances that aren't cleaned properly during regular cleaning. As mentioned above, deep clean your microwave weekly to get rid of food splatters that act as breeding grounds for germs.

Your refrigerator should be deep cleaned monthly to eliminate food spills and other sources of germs like rotting vegetables, which can also cause serious bacterial contamination. The process of deep cleaning a refrigerator includes but isn't limited to removing everything and wiping down all compartments using an antibacterial wash.

The oven should be deep cleaned as often as possible, more so when you start to smell previously cooked food. When cleaning your oven regularly, use a damp cloth and soapy water to get rid of good spills and splashes.

Other areas and appliances that should be deep cleaned in the kitchen include dishwashers, stovetops, and sinks.

Living Room Deep Cleaning

Your living room should be deep cleaned weekly to half-yearly, depending on what is being cleaned.

Carpet cleaning should be done weekly and deep cleaned once or twice a year. However, deep cleaning can be done often if you have pets or young children that play a lot but still need a carpet that is clean throughout. Deep cleaning is also dictated by factors such as stains and dust levels in your area.

Deep cleaning carpets can be a daunting task when handled traditionally. Currently, there are deep cleaning vacuums on the market today, such as the Dreame T20 cordless vacuum stick for deep cleaning your sofa, carpet, and floors.

Windows and drapes can be deep cleaned once every 3-6 months. While you can wipe the woodwork, you'll need a professional to help you deep clean other elements/parts i.e., to remove grime from your drapes and windows.

Skirting boards should be deep cleaned quarterly. Vacuuming and wiping over skirting will remove the layer of dust and pathogens (dust mites/allergens) that accumulate over time on skirting boards.

Bathroom Deep Cleaning

Bathtubs and showers should be deep cleaned weekly. Deep cleaning is crucial since bathtubs and showers are perfect breeding grounds for fungus and bacteria known to cause skin infections. Cleaning should be as thorough as possible by using antibacterial agents.

Toilets should be cleaned regularly on a daily basis, and deep cleaned every week. Like bathtubs and showers, cleaning should be done using antibacterial agents. It's also crucial to use bleach to keep your toilet free of ugly stains. A toilet cleaner will come in handy when removing mineral deposits.

Bathmats should also be cleaned weekly since they are also breeding grounds for fungus and bacteria. Use sanitizing wash or other similar detergents to get rid of harmful bugs that thrive in bathmats. After washing, dry the mat outdoors in direct sunlight to dry.

Bathroom shower heads should be deep cleaned once every year to remove minerals that build up over time and restore normal function. Deep cleaning also gets rid of dust and dirt that accumulates over time.

Bedroom Deep Cleaning

Bedroom pillows should be deep cleaned quarterly, while mattresses, duvets, and blankets should be deep cleaned twice a year. Pillows harbour dead skin, sweat, oil, dust mites, and other allergens.

Mattresses also harbour everything found in pillows and more i.e., bed bugs. Mattresses are also prone to become smelly.

Duvets and blankets also accumulate dust and allergens. All the bedroom items should be deep cleaned by professional cleaners. You can do regular cleaning; however, deep cleaning should be left to professionals for obvious reasons. While it looks costly, it's important to consider the health implications of disregarding deep cleaning requirements.

It's also important to choose reputable professional deep cleaners. It may be possible to deep clean some elements/places in your home with the help of state-of-the-art appliances. Make deep cleaning fast, easy, and efficient with the Dreame T20 cordless vacuum cleaner right now!

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Types of Vacuum Cleaner To Check Before Purchasing!

A vacuum cleaner can last you years to come if you purchase the right one. With so many different vacuum cleaners available, you may be confused as to which one to buy. 

Let us list down the types of vacuum cleaners there are out there:

Robotic vacuum

Robotic Vacuums are perfect for those that don’t want to deal with the hassle of vacuuming each day. A robotic vacuum uses sensors to keep it from running into furniture or falling downstairs. These types of vacuums are both cordless and very compact, so they can easily get under areas that traditional vacuums can’t. The user does need to make sure things like large pieces of debris and cords are off the floor before vacuuming begins. Robotic vacuums do need to be charged, but they will go back to their charging station on their own once their battery starts to run low. This type of vacuum requires very minimum supervision. They do have a debris canister that you will need to empty once it gets full. Despite their small size and the fact they are battery powered, they do have a decent amount of suction and can clean larger messes. This is the perfect option for those that don't have a lot of time to spend vacuuming each day.

Upright vacuum

Upright vacuums have a lot of suction power and work well on carpeted areas. They are very effective on flooring that needs a deep cleaning. Many upright vacuums do have adjustable heights and can be used on hardwood floors as well. They tend to come with a variety of different attachments, and they can be used for spot treatments in addition to whole floor cleaning. This is a great type of vacuum to choose from if you want one that can clean multiple surfaces in your home.

Canister vacuum

Canister vacuums are particularly useful for smaller areas. They have a suction hose and can easily be picked up and moved from one area to another. In addition to floor cleaning, you can also use this type of vacuum to clean things like furniture and blinds. While canister vacuums don't tend to clean as well as larger vacuums, you may want to purchase one if you need a vacuum to only clean small areas at a time. This type of vacuum will come in handy if you only have a small area to clean and don't want to have to deal with lugging around a larger vacuum.

Stick vacuum

Stick vacuums are lightweight and tend to be battery-powered and not that powerful. A stick vacuum usually doesn't offer a lot of suction, so they are best used to clean up crumbs or small areas like bathrooms and the kitchen. Many people purchase stick vacuums because they are easy to move, and they don’t take up a lot of space. Most stick vacuums have dirt cups instead of bags that need to be emptied when they are filled with dirt and debris. While you may find that some stick vacuums need to be plugged in, they still don't offer a lot of power just because of their small size.

Handheld vacuum

Handheld vacuums are one of the few cordless vacuums that are also handheld. Because of their unique design, they are portable and easy to use for quick clean-ups. They are a great option for those that have kids or dogs and need a vacuum that can clean up dirt and debris quickly. A cordless vacuum can also be used to vacuum dirt out of a car or pet hair off of furniture. The downside to purchasing a cordless vacuum is that you have to remember to put it on the charger so that it is ready to use when you need it. They also have a small canister that will need to be emptied frequently as it can't hold a lot of dirt.


Have you thought about what specification we need to look for before buying our cleaning partner? 🤔 
Here are some tips to help you:

Features: The height, weight, what it can do and additional accessories should be taken into count. Accessories aren't a necessity for most cleaning jobs but they may come in handy from time to time.

Noise: Noisy vacuums may cause disturbance to the people in the house. Some vacuums are noisier than others. If noise bothers you, your family members, or your pets, you need to pay close attention to how noisy a vacuum is. Full-sized vacuums tend to have a noise output of about 80 decibels. To put this into perspective, most garbage disposals have a noise level that’s about the same. You should easily be able to check how many decibels of noise a vacuum emits. Keep in mind that when you are researching vacuums, you may see the word decibels shortened to the letters dB.

Power: Different messes need different suction power. Vacuuming dust may not require the same power as vacuuming spilt cereal. You need to make sure that you choose a vacuum cleaner that’s powerful enough to vacuum your home. If you don’t, you’ll be stuck with a device that isn’t capable of doing what you want it to. When trying to figure out how powerful a vacuum is, you need to look at the watts. Small vacuums may only have a suction rating of about 250 watts. Very powerful vacuums can have a suction rating of about 3,000 watts. If you aren't sure what you want, you should probably purchase a vacuum that falls somewhere in the middle.

Size: Some vacuum cleaners may be difficult to store due to their size. You must take into consideration the size of the vacuum that you plan on purchasing. Some vacuums can be bulky and are difficult to store. However, these types of vacuums tend to be the most powerful. If you require a powerful vacuum, then you will probably need to purchase a larger one. If you are limited on space, try to choose a smaller vacuum that still has a lot of power.

Filters: A vacuum cleaner filter collects dirt and dust. It’s an important part of your vacuum cleaner as it helps clean the air in the area that you are vacuuming. Filters will need to be changed periodically. You do need to keep this in mind when purchasing a vacuum. Some filters will be harder to change than others. Filters that are smaller in size will need to be changed more often than larger filters.

Our Dreame H11 Max is a wet & dry vacuum cleaner perfect for any type of floor 😊. It comes with an additional roller brush, filter, cleaning brush and the Dreame cleaning solution. The H11 Max can automatically detect mess and adjust its suction power accordingly. The best part is it can clean itself! 🤩

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How Often Should You Vacuum Your Floors?


The vacuum cleaner is one of the best inventions ever made for homeowners. Though it can be a chore and bore to clean up after the mess left on your floors. However, vacuuming can be easy, fun and flexible. Have you ever wondered how often should you vacuum those floors? As we go along this blog you will get to know about how regular do you need to be vacuuming and carpet cleaning.

There are various benefits of vacuuming. It's one of the most effective ways to quickly clean your home. It does not matter the type of flooring you have at your home, it will get smothered with dirt, stains, dust and grime. Clean homes are kept clean with the frequency of vacuuming. Vacuuming picks up the dirt and dust deep in any flooring or upholstery. Vacuum cleaners make it fast and easy to pick up the dirtiest areas of your home. Especially if they are cordless vacuum cleaners, they're portable and much easier to use than they were in the past. You simply just turn it on and run over an area, and all of the tiny particles of dust and dirt are gone in a few seconds.

This may be shocking to many people, but vacuuming can improve your health. Technically when you are vacuuming your home, you're taking care of and protecting everyone in your home. Constantly there will be tiny microbes and germs are floating around in the air of your home. These tiny mites, mould, and bacteria in your home may grow and can cause sickness and allergies. By getting rid of dust in the flooring, you can help those that have trouble breathing. If you don't have the time to vacuum, you could always get down on your hands to sanitize the floor with soap and water daily. Doing this method may not seem as easy to most people.


A good vacuum usually comes with air filters such as HEPA filters that enhance the air quality as they clean. Using a vacuum cleaner that is equipped with a HEPA filter can help improve indoor air quality in all areas. You also get a fresh look in your home without any dirt on the floors when you quickly vacuum.

Let us begin with how is it important and the need to be vacuuming our home.  This also depends on the type of flooring we have:
1. Hardwood floor: weekly
It's best to clean hardwood floors well and often. Hardwood floors can be prone to wear and tear. Hardwood floors need to be vacuumed once a week and wet cleaned every one to two months. But bear in mind that not every hardwood floor needs the same level of care cleaning the wood floor every day, it will do a lot of damage to the board. Nothing removes dirt and fine debris from the cracks and crevices of a wood floor like a good vacuum cleaner. The best choice is a canister vacuum because it has a long, oval floor brush attached to reach tiny spaces.

2. Tiles floor: every day
Weekly vacuuming is adequate for tile floors, as they don’t trap dust, dirt, and bacteria as much as carpet flooring. That is due to their rigid, flat construction, as well as the waterproofing of most tile floors. The varnish was applied to the tiles to avoid any risk of contamination from dirt and bacteria. However, dust and allergens can still build up on the surface and get stuck between the floorboards and the tiles. It is, therefore, essential to vacuum regularly. Vacuuming the tile floor every day can make it look as bright as new.

3. Carpet floor: Twice a week
Carpet floors demand more frequent vacuuming because the fibres trap dust, dirt, and allergens and also absorb grime and spills, giving way to bacteria. The longer you neglect a smeared/smudged carpet and continue to walk on it, the more enmeshed the dirt and debris become. Carpeting floor calls for twice a week when you vacuum your home. Dust, mites, and allergens love to live on your carpet. It's also tough to see see the dead skin cells and pieces of hair that fall out deep in your carpet, but they do build up. However, vacuuming carpet floors is not as easy as vacuuming other floors. It takes a lot of time and effort. Vacuuming your carpet twice a week is enough to keep your carpet clean.

4. If you have pets: every day
If you have pets, there are thousands of allergens hanging on their fur. Many breeds also shed that fur all over your flooring. It's important to vacuum each day to clean up their dust and hair. Pet owners should clean carpets by vacuuming one to two times a week to keep up on loose pet hair, dander, and tracked dirt. Pet owners seeking a deeper carpet clean should shampoo the carpet three to four times per year. 

5. If you have high-traffic spaces, you should vacuum those places every day.
The areas of high traffic in your home should be vacuumed daily. These are areas where you frequently walk, sit, and hang out. When you walk into your home, you immediately track dirt in from outside. It's important to clean areas like these daily.


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How to clean your home when you have pets!

Having problems with pet dander and odour on your carpet or furniture can't be avoided as long as the pets stay indoors. Pets will urinate, defecate, play, and move in and out of the house at any given time. Their activities may leave your carpet and furniture in a mess of smell and hair, if not tough stains.

There are several ways in which homeowners can clean their carpets at a personal level. Still, other cleaning activities may need professional help. Above everything else, a good home keeper should possess a good vacuum cleaner that can vacuum the carpet or furniture such as the sofa thoroughly. Vacuuming helps in reaching the hard-to-get areas where pet hair and solid waste hide. Debris and odour accumulating within the carpet or sofa fibre do not stand a chance once vacuuming becomes a routine.

We must know that pets may carry disease-causing organisms, foodstuffs, or other objects that may leave debris or dander on furniture. These pointers, together with the effects of urine and defecation, leave an irritating mess. As such, regular vacuuming needs to become a necessity to keep the furniture odour and debris-free.

For vacuuming to be useful as a method of effective cleaning, it requires getting some things right. A suitable vacuuming procedure involves the following:

  • Moving the vacuum in the correct way
  • Using a vacuum of the right quality
  • Changing the vacuum system filters regularly

You must be wondering is there the right way of vacuuming? Yes, there is! When the vacuum cleaner moves backwards while pulling, its suction capacity is at its peak. It works better when the movements are slow and in systematic straight line patterns.

Furthermore, any serious cleaning must avoid a low-quality vacuum cleaner since the filters cannot effectively hold allergens and dirt. The best quality filters capture the disease-causing particles and organisms, thus denying them a chance to float around. Here are the four ways that you can adopt to remove pet hair and smells from carpet:

If you have pets, you know that pet hair and pet odour can be everywhere. Here are some ways how you can get rid of it:


1. If it's on your carpet, try exposing it to direct sunlight. Some homeowners prefer to take the carpet outside and expose it to sunlight and fresh air. Exposure to airflow helps in eliminating bad smells. This method works best if you have enough space in your yard or balcony.

If the house space is small, the alternative could be drawing the curtains, windows and doors. The natural light acts as a disinfectant and odour remover. The ultraviolet light from the sun provides a cheaper alternative to commercial disinfectants. It is not advisable to expose furniture to sunlight for a long time since it may damage them.


2. The combination of vinegar and baking soda is a potent hair, stain and odour remover. Vinegar has the germ-killing ability while baking soda absorbs the odour and adds a sweet smell. They are both very effective when cleaning involves them as a complement to water and soap.

Using baking soda solution and vinegaring agents involves pouring them on the furniture that contains the dirt or mess. Leaving the cleaning agents on for several hours makes it easy to eliminate the dirt using a simple brush. Besides the smell, the combination of vinegar and baking soda eliminates mild stains and is not very effective for stubborn stains.

Though white vinegar is a powerful solution, it does not clean the carpet without scrubbing. A reasonable amount of force is necessary while washing to ensure effective cleaning. However, too much scrubbing can damage the fibres.

On the other hand, cleaning with baking soda is more effective and straightforward and does not require scrubbing. Applying a little baking soda is enough to prepare the carpet for vacuuming the following day. It is a quick and inexpensive way that many households can use to get rid of pet odour in carpets.


3. Brush and bathe your pets regularly to avoid any germs or danders from falling around. When your pets are clean the chances of germs and viruses spreading around are lessened. Also, this can avoid any itch or respiratory issues from happening. 


4. Finally, you can use our Dreame T series, it can suck up your pet hair within seconds. Cleaning will become much easier and faster when you have a partner like our T Series. It also comes with multiple accessories, which can help you get rid of pet hair everywhere, not only on the floor.

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Carpet Cleaning!

Vacuuming carpets is very important. Using a vacuum cleaner to vacuum your carpet in the right way will ensure a clean and healthy indoor environment. Most homes have invested in carpets as they can be a great interior decorative item, but how often they should be cleaned has always been a matter of discussion. Some cleaning experts recommend at least once a week, whereas some others advise a biweekly cleaning routine.

Whichever advice one chooses to follow, the bottom line remains that you can vacuum your carpet less and still keep it clean. There are many advantages of vacuuming less, including increasing the lifespan of the carpet and maintaining carpet fibre. These are some of the things that will happen if you don’t vacuum your carpets regularly:

  1. The general lifespan of a carpet is five to fifteen years, depending on the construction, after which it starts ageing and fibres begin to wear out. Although that would be natural wear and tear, frequent vacuuming would speed up the ageing process. A carpet that would have lasted for five years before its fibres were torn starts ageing in three years or less.
  2. Dust, mites, and allergens love to live in your carpet. It's also tough to see the dead skin cells and pieces of hair that fall out deep in your carpet but they do build up. Pet odours bring bad smells too. Cigarette smoke and fibre breakdown are also common culprits. Frequent use of a carpet cleaner removes these smells easily. When allergens and bacteria build up in your carpet, it becomes your cousin in respiratory issues. Vacuuming carpets is not as easy as vacuuming other floors. It takes a lot of time and effort. Vacuuming your carpet twice a week is enough to keep your carpet clean. 
  3. Dampness is a source of bad smells. Moisture gets underneath the carpet pad during spill accidents, humidity, rainstorms, prolonged drying, warm water cleaning, or using a carpet cleaner. A continuous moisture exposure causes mold and mildew to grow and bring pungent smells.
  4. Affecting indoor air quality. A cleanroom promotes better sleep. Research has been done that shows people who sleep in clean environments rest better. When people sleep, their breathing rate decreases steadily. Whenever the air quality is disturbed, there is less air getting into the lungs, and there are shallow breaths. Resultantly, a lot of stress is put on the respiratory and circulatory systems.

We would recommend getting our Dreame V12 Pro as it is suitable for all types of carpets. With 32,000Pa suction power, it is Dreame’s highest suction power yet. It cleans 99.6% of the dust in the first pass. From food crumbs to pet hair, the Dreame V12 Pro can handle it all. 

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How to improve indoor air quality! 

To understand how to improve indoor air quality, you must first know what causes the poor indoor air quality in the first place. There are many solutions ranging from taking simple measures like ventilating your home to finding the best vacuum cleaner or smart robot for better air quality. 

Keeping doors and windows completely locked shut is not a good idea. Poor air circulation indoors will allow the build-up of bacteria, viruses, dust mites, molding, and other microbes that is responsible for many health problems such as headaches, fatigue, respiratory health risk and much more. Volatile organic compounds (such as paint, cleaning agents, etc.), pets, smoke, etc., are accountable for poor air quality indoors.

Now here are the 4 ways to improve indoor air quality: 

1. By growing indoor plants. Studies have shown growing indoor plants can help to improve air quality. Houseplants can help to absorb harmful microbes in the air. Though plants may work slower than an air purifier, it is more cost-effective. 

2. It may be dusty if you live in an area close to the highway but it is advisable to open your windows from time to time to ventilate your home. 

3. Also using fragrance-free cleaning products may help and improve air quality. 

4. Or you can use our Dreame D9 robot vacuum. It has a HEPA filter which is perfect to improve indoor air quality. What are the benefits of HEPA filters? HEPA filters can help prevent ultrafine pollutants from being recirculated into the air we breathe. Additionally, HEPA filters are designed to trap odours. With our Dreame D9 robot vacuum, it can vacuum, mop and avoid obstacles at ease. It has more flexible ways of cleaning with the advanced mapping function and LDS laser radar navigation. 


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How to clean high areas/ceilings?


Many people dread cleaning high areas due to difficulties such as needing a ladder and carrying heavyweight vacuum cleaners. When it becomes a hassle to clean those high areas, people will tend to neglect and forget about cleaning those hard to reach areas. Aside from vacuum cleaners, here are some ways how you can clean high places: 

1. Using a long feather duster to dust off those cobwebs and dust.

2. Using a paint roller to roll along with the ceiling.

3. Using mop stick with dry changeable wipes.

4. Ultimately we would recommend using our vacuum cleaner Dreame P10 Series! It’s only 1.63kg which makes reaching high places super easy! 


Using lightweight cordless vacuum cleaners such as our Dreame P10 Series will allow you to clean those hard to reach areas with peace of mind. Dreame P10 series is a lightweight cordless vacuum cleaner that can help you to vacuum the ceiling or curtain rails or even those corner edges on high walls. By using our vacuum cleaners, you can now clean those high areas with ease and also safely clean without leaving any trails of dust or worse inhaling it! Dreame P10 series vacuum cleaner also comes with other versatile accessories such as 2-in-1 crevice nozzle, a soft roller brush and a mini motorized brush! Suitable for all your cleaning needs! 

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4 Reasons To Vacuum Those Sofas!

Vacuuming your house is very important. In that process, we also shouldn't neglect our furniture. Even if you don't see the dust on your sofas, it has to be vacuumed regularly! Here are the benefits of vacuuming your sofa regularly:

1. Pet hair, dust and germs will not build on the surfaces 🐕🐈

2. Germs and bacteria will not have time to build and contaminate the sofa 🦠

3. The sofa will look new and last longer 🛋️

4. Can avoid respiratory issues and skin irritation caused by dust 🤒

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Why Should You Clean Every Corners Of The House?

Vacuum cleaners were invented to make your house spotless, even at all corners! What will happen if you forget to vacuum the corners? Here are the 4 reasons:
1. Dust and dirt accumulate over the years making it more difficult to clean the edges
2. Dust from the corners will lurk around the air and may cause respiratory issues
3. Carpets and wall bases will have dusty dark edges (gritty grey line)
4. Insect and dust mites will inhabit those corners if you forgot to clean them

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