One essential practice to keep your home looking good as new years after you moved in, would be cleaning it on a regular basis. There are a lot of cleaning tools that can help you achieve this and even make your home smell good.

15 Cleaning Tools You Need

Thinking about setting up your cleaning weaponry? Here are the top 15 must-have tools:


Microfiber Cleaning Cloths

These microfiber cleaning cloths will keep your mirror smudge-free by absorbing and removing dust, dirt, fingerprints and even oil smudges. The microfiber cloth is also safe to use to clean tv screens, computer screens, eyeglasses, camera lens, and other glass material surfaces.  

MagicFiber Microfiber Cleaning Cloths – $8.99

Rubber Hand Gloves

Rubber hand gloves do not only protect you from germs and bacteria when cleaning your home, especially in your toilet and kitchen. They also keep your hands protected from harmful chemicals.

Playtex Living Reuseable Rubber Cleaning Gloves – $13.29

Cobweb Duster

A visit from Spiderman can be a cool thing to happen but having spider webs aren’t. For this reason, use a cobweb duster to remove such. It would be best if you can get cobweb cleaners that can reach your chandelier and ceiling fan.

Long Duster

Floor Mop

Either you need to dry a wet floor or clean it with soap and water, a floor mop is a reliable tool to do it. Make sure your floor is dry. Sweep or vacuum first before using a wet mop.

O-Cedar EasyWring Microfiber Spin Mop Bucket Floor Cleaning System



Look for a broom that can do your sweeping tasks on any type of surface, one that can make your tiles or rough floors dirt-free.

Corner Large Angle Broom – $49.76


Make sure to use a dustpan to collect the dirt and waste that you swept from your floor and dispose the dirt to your trash can.


A set of Mini-brush and Dustpan

To help you do a quick clean up of crumbs, dry spills, and other small particles, a set of mini-brush and dustpan would be a beneficial cleaning tool to keep. It’s also handy for very small crevices or keep it handy even in your car!

Full Circle Tiny Team Mini Brush and Dustpan Set, Green – $8.99


Vacuum Cleaner

A vacuum cleaner is convenient to use for cleaning your carpets, hard to reach corners and tough to reach areas.

Bissell Cleanview Upright Bagless Vacuum Cleaner – $89.99

Toilet Brush

The tool that would do the dirtiest work – the toilet brush. You will need this when cleaning your bathrooms as it would help you scrub your toilet bowl thoroughly.     

Homemaxs Toilet Brush and Holder


Scrub sponges are not just for your kitchen utensils but it can also be used on your kitchen tiles and to clean the surfaces of your stoves. Ensure to use a separate sponge for your dishes and kitchen surfaces.

Scotch-Brite Non-Scratch Scrub Sponge – $6.56

Trash Bag

Line your garbage cans with trash bags for easy disposal. The bag won’t be a primary cleaning tool but it would be stuff you need to make sure that your wastes are properly collected and disposed of.  

Rugs and Mats

Kitchen mats and bathroom rugs will absorb water and dry your floor quickly.


Grass Cutter

Tidying up your yard is a part of making your surroundings clean. Owning a grass cutter is beneficial so you can do the job yourself to save you the cost of gardening services.

Window Cleaner

Some homes have high windows that are hard to reach and very inconvenient to clean using microfiber cloths, this is where a window cleaner comes handy especially if it has a long handle.  

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Snow shovel

Remove snow and clear your pathways not just to make your surroundings clean but also to protect yourself from possible slip and fall. Purchasing a 2-in-1 Snow Shovel & Ice Scraper is recommended.

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