More than 31% of Brits spend 10 hours a week cleaning their homes. Whether vacuuming, scrubbing bathrooms or polishing your furniture, cleaning is a time-consuming chore and could be done faster with better gadgets and devices. With almost 25% of UK residents owning at least one smart home device according to ELS Solutions, cleaning houses can become more efficient. As homes get connected, the house itself will do the bulk of the cleaning for you.
Smart Appliances That Cut Cleaning Time
There are many household chores that the Brits don’t like to do according to an Anglian Home Improvement poll. These include cleaning the oven, toilet, barbecue, grill, bath, and the cat litter. Ironing, vacuuming, mopping & steaming floors, cleaning mirrors and garden furniture also rank high on the list of ‘most hated household jobs.’ The good news is that there are smart appliances that can already do some of these jobs for you.
For example, robot cleaners are doing a brilliant job of hoovering floors and carpets. There’s also the robot mop that mops hardwood floors and tiles. Even windows get their own androids complete with a remote control so you don’t have to climb on ladders or perch on stools to clean hard to reach places. If you don’t like cleaning dog poop, get a self-cleaning potty for dogs under 25 pounds. It automatically wraps and seals your dog’s excrement and the pads absorb their urine. A self-cleaning litter box will also save you time from tidying up after your feline friends. It separates the clean littler from the poop and will put it in a carbon-filtered drawer.
Internet of Things (IoT) Will Play a Big Role
Reducing the burden of cleaning relies on purchasing intelligent home devices and appliances. However, controlling and synchronising these machines will optimise efficiency further. Using a secure home network, you can programme when your vacuum cleaner will do its job followed by mopping. Window cleaning can be done at the same time whilst your dishwasher runs a full load. There are also self-cleaning ovens that you can control saving you the hassle of doing this cumbersome chore. IoT devices let you even adjust when urinals should self-clean with a special toilet bowl cleaning system.
Maintenance Tasks Simplified
As devices communicate with each other, data that is gathered by your machines provides info on your energy or water consumption and also allow you to detect when a potential malfunction will occur. For example, sensors will tell you when your smart appliances need to be serviced and if they break down, a list of repair shops will be provided or even the troubleshooting department of the shop where you bought it from will be suggested. In short, IoT gadgets in your home not only coordinate cleaning chores but also provide a global picture of the situation with the overall objective of making living in smart homes easier and comfortable.
Smart devices and appliances, as well as innovative tools, assist in scaling down household chores. They make cleaning faster, easier and maybe, even fun. With the Internet of Things (IoT), the process of cleaning homes is well orchestrated, all you need to do is kick back your shoes and tell Alexa to switch on your favourite sitcom.
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