Bathroom Cleaning: Window Sills

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Window sills in a bathroom gather lots of dust that can easily be wiped down with a cloth and disinfectant. Clean bathroom window sills with tips from an experienced housekeeper in this free video on housecleaning. View Video Transcript

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Lucy Doezie

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Okay next we're going to do the ledges on our windows. So let me grab a cloth for that. And now it depends if you have wooden window sills, if your window sills here are wooden then you'll want to, first of all you'll want to wash them with a disinfectant like we did the the cupboards. This is the way you get the dust off of your ledges first and then you would use a wood cleaner like pledge or something that's got some shine and luster to it. My window sills are actually not wood so I would just, actually I would skip the second part, but I would just get all the dust and just disinfect my window sills. Now this is an area actually that does pick up a lot of dust. For some reason, I don't know why, but window sills seem to be the biggest dust catcher in every room in the house. And it's always the part that actually you kind of forget about because once you've got your blinds closed you don't really see it. And you don't often completely open your blinds. Typically people just open them but they don't lift them up. So when you do lift them up you'll see there's quite a big thick collection of dust on your window sill. So that's all you need to do for that.