I’m a housekeeper – you're forgetting to clean a vital part of your home plus 3 spots you’re most likely also missing

YOU MAY be forgetting to clean a part of your house that produces a lot of odor, according to a cleaning expert.

Housekeeper Courtney, who calls herself Splash of Spotless online, shared just how to tidy it up plus three other spaces you are likely missing.

First and foremost, Courtney showed exactly how to clean the area of the kitchen that holds the garbage bin – an often smelly location.

In this specific instance, the garbage can she decided to clean is stored in a pull-out cabinet.

She first removed the physical bin from the cabinet, removed larger pieces of debris with her hand from the bottom of the drawer, and then vacuumed any smaller pieces of garbage.

Next, Courtney wiped down the interior walls of the pull-out cabinet with a cloth and unnamed cleaning spray.

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Then, she moved onto the actual trash bin and wiped down its sides after removing the full bag of trash.

Lastly, she added a brand new trash bag and voilà: She had a completely sanitized garbage area.

Courtney then revealed three other commonly forgotten spaces in the home that could use a clean every once in a while.

First, she noted that fake house plants and electrical outlets need a wipe down, as they collect dust.

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She showed herself simply wiping them down with a dry rag.

Lastly, she said baseboards are commonly forgotten areas that need to be cleaned as well.

She used a mop on hers, but another viral cleaning hack recommends using dryer sheets.

A DIY expert named Morgan previously shared that dryer sheets help to both collect and repel dust if rubbed on baseboards.

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"Not only do they attract the debris and dust that's already on your baseboards, but they work long after as well," she explained.

"The dryer sheet will coat the baseboard with anti-static residue, which helps repel pet hair, dust, dirt, and debris and makes your life a heck of a lot easier because it means you have to clean those baseboards a lot less!"

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