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There are so many pochas available now. I use the cloth and have been using it for years. I did try the other pochas and have liked them as well.
Why I use the Cloth Pocha?
Spills are much easier to clean up. Sometimes after I use the other pochas I use the cloth pocha to dry out any water droplets remaining.[amazon_link asins=’B073S4QQ2Q’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’indiancleaning-21′ marketplace=’IN’ link_id=’597a9b11-8474-11e8-ba8d-d7b970e09c61′]
This ensures that the floor is non slippery and also dries faster.
A wet or damp floor attracts dust faster so we want it dried off properly and also a cloth pocha gives the tiles a shine.
I prefer cotton pochas because they absorb water quickly and do a much better job of cleaning.
Nowadays you can get rotating spin head mops which takes the concept of pocha to another level.
I have seen the gala mop and somehow I get back to my pocha always.[amazon_link asins=’B01BBLUVMS’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’indiancleaning-21′ marketplace=’IN’ link_id=’92c63a72-8473-11e8-a37a-89d27991865e’]
Another option is the scotch brite which I love and use daily. It makes cleaning the entire house and walls very easy. for the kitchen floor I double up with the pocha so that I get extra shine and no water drops left on the floor.
This is because I also use my squeezee and wash the kitchen floor almost everyday.
How to use a Pocha for house cleaning
The best way to use a house cleaning pocha is to have a bucket handy. I add some lemon essential oils to the water and use it to clean the floor.
If there are ants then I use a few drops of kerosene in the water. This prevents ants from entering the house. We tend to have seasonal visits from ants and using kerosene oil works well for me. I have also used lysol and domex a lot before but since I have been reading up on safe cleaning products I haven’t been using them lately.
I rinse the cloth in the bucket of water and mop the floor. I then rinse it again in the water before I wipe again. I change the water often so that the floors are neat and tidy.
Which house cleaning Pocha do you prefer? The traditional or the modern day version?