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Cleaning Tools
and Materials
Sweeping Tools and
Sweeping Aids
Soft broom
•Used to sweep
wooden, tiled, and
cemented floors
Hard broom
•Used to sweep wet floors,
walls, corners, edges, and
slides; commonly called
“walis tingting”
Long- handled broom
•Used to sweep
ceilings and high
walls
Dust pan
•Used for gathering
dust and dirt
disposal
Trash can
•Used for disposal of
dust and dirt after
cleaning.
Scrubbing Tools
Coconut husk (“bunot”)
•Used to clean dry,
cemented, tiled, and
wooden floors.
Coconut or plastic brush
•Used to scrub
unpolished floors.
Mop
•Used for wiping
cement or tiled floors
dry.
Dusting and Wiping
Tools and Materials
Feather and cloth dusters
•Used to remove dust
from window sills and
furniture
Damp newspaper
•Used to wipe
mirrors and glass.
Practical Techniques
for Cleaning the Parts
of the House
Sweeping the floor
• Start sweeping from the end of the room.
• Keep the broom close to the floor so that the dirt
and dus...
Washing the dishes
• Remove all particles of food left on the plates and
platters
• Classify and stack the dishes, glasses...
Why do we have to clean
the house?
• A clean house provides comfort and people will feel
at ease. You will enjoy your meal...
• A clean house has an effect on the family member.
Coming home to a clean house makes you feel
good. You feel happy
• Usu...
Long Quiz on HELE IV
(Jan. 8, 2015)
•My family – Its Meaning and
Importance, 75-79
•Responsibilities of Family Members,
83...
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Cleaning tools and materials
Cleaning tools and materials
Cleaning tools and materials
Cleaning tools and materials
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Cleaning tools and materials

  1. 1. Cleaning Tools and Materials
  2. 2. Sweeping Tools and Sweeping Aids
  3. 3. Soft broom •Used to sweep wooden, tiled, and cemented floors
  4. 4. Hard broom •Used to sweep wet floors, walls, corners, edges, and slides; commonly called “walis tingting”
  5. 5. Long- handled broom •Used to sweep ceilings and high walls
  6. 6. Dust pan •Used for gathering dust and dirt disposal
  7. 7. Trash can •Used for disposal of dust and dirt after cleaning.
  8. 8. Scrubbing Tools
  9. 9. Coconut husk (“bunot”) •Used to clean dry, cemented, tiled, and wooden floors.
  10. 10. Coconut or plastic brush •Used to scrub unpolished floors.
  11. 11. Mop •Used for wiping cement or tiled floors dry.
  12. 12. Dusting and Wiping Tools and Materials
  13. 13. Feather and cloth dusters •Used to remove dust from window sills and furniture
  14. 14. Damp newspaper •Used to wipe mirrors and glass.
  15. 15. Practical Techniques for Cleaning the Parts of the House
  16. 16. Sweeping the floor • Start sweeping from the end of the room. • Keep the broom close to the floor so that the dirt and dust pan to pick up the dirt. • Use a dust pan to pick up the dirt. • Sweep a second time to make sure that all the dirt, dust, and litter are properly swept.
  17. 17. Washing the dishes • Remove all particles of food left on the plates and platters • Classify and stack the dishes, glasses, spoons, forks, and other kitchen utensils • Soak greasy pans with hot soapy water. • Wash first the glasses, cups, and saucers, then the plates and other serving spoons. • Wash the knives separately to avoid accident.
  18. 18. Why do we have to clean the house? • A clean house provides comfort and people will feel at ease. You will enjoy your meals more if the house is orderly • A clean house is a safe house. Things should be in order. Toys should not be left on the floor and stairs. • Furniture last longer if they are regularly cleaned so you save money for repair and replacement.
  19. 19. • A clean house has an effect on the family member. Coming home to a clean house makes you feel good. You feel happy • Usually, people judge you by the looks of your place. A clean house gives a good impression.
  20. 20. Long Quiz on HELE IV (Jan. 8, 2015) •My family – Its Meaning and Importance, 75-79 •Responsibilities of Family Members, 83-84 •The House and Its Surroundings, 97-98 •Cleaning Tools and Materials for the House and the Yard, 100-104 •Practical techniques for Cleaning the Parts of the House, 106-109

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