How to Clean School Supplies

How to Clean School Supplies

Parents everywhere rejoice: It’s back to school time!

Whether you’re buying your kids new supplies or pulling last year’s out of storage, it’ll make the year go smoother if you know how to properly clean your kid’s supplies throughout the year.

Check out these tips to keep your children’s school supplies clean all school year!

Plastic Binder

Get any pesky ink stains out with rubbing alcohol.

Fabric Binder

Use a water dampened cloth to clean the inside and outside of the binder.

Lunch Bag

Hand wash your kids’ lunch bags in a mixture of warm water and dish soap. Use a scrub brush to get the rough material really clean. Hang the bag dry when completed.

Plastic Pencil Case

Scrub it with dish soap and water.

Calculator

Use a cloth that is lightly dampened with water.

We know the school year can get busy! Visit The Cleaning Authority today for a free in-home estimate, and let us give you some time in your week. 

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