Home Hygiene

Clean your kitchen counters, appliances and waste bins like a pro

As we know, A kitchen is often said to be the heart of a home. It’s also a place where germs can easily gather, and it can be harmful to our family. Maintaining a home that is always clean and hygienic requires you to make sure your Kitchen Counters, Appliances and Waste Bins are regularly taken care of. We, VedicClean can tell you how. Follow this routine as and when required.

Kitchen Surfaces
Clean surfaces with VedicClean Antibacterial Perfumed Liquid Floor Cleaner.
Wipe down cabinet doors, backsplashes, counters, and walls with a cleaning cloth.
Don’t forget to clean the crevices such as around the sink and faucet.
Kitchen Appliances
Empty the appliances.
Clean your kitchen stove with a degreasing cleaner that is tough on grease, grime, and burnt-on food. Take out the burners and clean them separately with VedicClean Liquid Soap and Water.
Disinfect your kitchen stove controls regularly.
Disinfect your refrigerator when required.
Wipe the exterior and interior with an antibacterial wipe.
Waste Bins
Always use a bin with a lid.
Empty the bins with the liner bags regularly.
Wash the plastics bags of food products and store them for recycling.
To eliminate foul smell, wash the empty bin with Fragranced VedicClean Antibacterial Liquid Cleaner to kill the bacteria and leave a fresh fragrance behind.
Replace the bin liner bag.

Keep your toilets and bathrooms spotlessly clean and sanitized

Our guide to clean, hygienic toilets and bathrooms.

Top 3 Bathroom Germ Hotspots

1. Frequently Touched Surfaces

Commonly touched surfaces such as the toilet flush, toilet seat, bathroom tap, doorknobs, and waste bins may all become dirty and contaminated with bacteria and viruses during normal use of the bathroom. To tackle this, use a powerful cleaner to remove dirt and any limescale that may build up. Follow this with a disinfectant to kill any bacteria and viruses.

2. Cloths/Sponges

Bathroom cleaning cloths and bathing sponges can house germs if they remain damp and dirty. Regularly disinfect these re-usable cloths, flannels, and sponges by washing them separately in a hot wash (higher than 60°C), or by soaking them in a solution of any Disinfectant Liquid.

3. Personal Hygiene Items

Personal use items such as toothbrushes and towels can become contaminated with harmful bacteria and viruses. One way to combat this would be to distance these items further away from the toilet and clean or replace them regularly.

Don’t forget to wash your hand

Your hands are one of the most important causes of cross-contamination and cross-infection in the home. Be sure to wash them with VedicClean Liquid Soap and clean water as needed.

Bathroom hygiene and hotspots

Know the germ hotspots in your bathroom so you can keep these hygienic and clean.

Clean your toilet effectively

Toilets are generally a high-germ area, so it’s important to clean and disinfect it daily. The challenge at hand is damp, warm conditions, which can be a breeding ground for harmful germs to spread, especially after you flush the toilet.

Here’s what you need?
A Pair of Chemical Resistant Gloves
VedicClean Antibacterial Liquid Toilet Cleaner
A Toilet cleaning brush
A disinfectant liquid in a spray bottle.
Cleaning wipes.
Here’s how you can clean your toilet in 4 steps in a safe manner
Spray the disinfectant liquid outside the toilet bowl.
Squirt the VedicClean antibacterial liquid toilet cleaner inside the bowl, scrub with a toilet brush and leave it as it is for 20 minutes.
While the cleaner is working inside the bowl, wipe down the outside of the toilet, including underneath the seat and behind the bowl using the cleaning wipes.
Flush the toilet well for a clean and germ-free toilet.

Leaving the toilet lid up when you flush can spread germs all over your bathroom – it’s important to always close the lid before you flush. When it comes to hygiene, it’s the little things that go a long way. Cleaning your toilet regularly, often, saves you a lot of effort in the long run.

How to clean and disinfect your floor

Our guide to clean and gleaming floors

Your floors can be a bacteria hot spot, after all it is a high traffic area. Follow these easy tips including, which cleaning products to use, the tools and ideal technique to leave every floor clean and sparkling.

Initially, how can we keep our floors clean for longer period?

Prevention is better than cure. Please always use doormats at the entrance of door, avoid wearing outdoor shoes inside the house, groom your pets regularly and wipe any dirt as soon as they occur.

How do I clean my floors?
Vacuum your carpets frequently, they might have lot of hidden dust and pet dander.
We also recommend using a carpet cleaner when required to refresh carpets.
Hard Floors:
Specifically tiled areas, vinyl & sealed laminated floors, linoleum, glazed tiles and sealed wooden floors.
Sweep and/or hoover floors regularly, to remove surface debris.
To disinfect, we recommend using VedicClean Multi-purpose Liquid. It can be used with a mop, or by hand with a damp cloth. Dilute the product with water or use neat, as required.
Cloths and mops should be regularly cleaned and disinfected. For convenience.

To avoid the spread of bacteria, cloths and sponges should be sanitized, dried, and changed regularly after use. Mops, brushes and buckets should also be kept clean and disinfected.  

How to clean your washing machine

Want to keep your washing machine in good condition? Here are some tips to combat the buildup of bacteria, odor, limescale and more.

Dirty clothes lead to dirty washing machines

We all know our clothes and linen can pick up dirt, bad odor, bacteria, and viruses as we go about our days. Think about your children’s shirts and socks used during football practice at School or at our home premises, your pet’s bedding, your underwear etc.….

The impurities from such articles of clothing can have a lasting impact on your washing machine performance.

How to clean your washing machine
1. Clean the detergent drawer

This little space can be a haven for mold, bacteria, and old, persistent detergent. This drawer can get dirty quite quickly so it’s always a good idea to clean and maintain it regularly. For great results, take out the drawer if possible, spray with an antibacterial cleaner, and give it a good scrub. Finally rinse the drawer with water and wipe dry before attaching it back into the washing machine.

2. Freshen up the filter and door seal

These catch dirt, lint, tissues and other remains that could otherwise be hanging around loose in your drum. Remove the filter and give it a good clean. Lastly, wipe down the door seal regularly too.

3. Use an antibacterial washing machine cleaner

Even after if your washing machine appears clean, there’s a chance that it’s not. There are lots of nooks and crannies where dirt can hide. So, we recommend you to use powerful cleaner like “VedicClean Powerful liquid Cleaner “in an empty wash to help remove bacteria, bad odor, hidden dirt, limescale and mold. Use every 2 months to leave your washing machine with a long-lasting freshness

4. Stop taking bacteria for a spin

Use our “VedicClean Powerful laundry detergent liquid” This product can be used as an additive in your daily laundry loads, and even works in colder wash cycles. It kills odor causing bacteria on clothes. What’s better is that this antibacterial cleanser also offers 12-hour freshness, even when damp clothes are left in the washing machine.

Even though the washing machine is frequently overlooked when it comes to thorough cleaning, it shouldn’t be. For more helpful tips on what products, you can use when it comes to maintaining good hygiene in your home, please visit and follow our YouTube or Instagram pages “VedicClean.