Spring Cleaning Tips
Spring cleaning is a daunting activity to take on. All year, you wait around. On one sunny day in January you notice that your blinds look dusty, and you think to yourself: “I’ll get to you those come spring.” Then slowly, day by day, you begin to realize just how much you had putt off for spring cleaning.
Suddenly, the simple task of cleaning has turned in to an entire event. An event that, although overwhelming, is necessary. Not only for the simple cleanliness of your home, but also for your own mental and physical health. The cleanliness of our homes greatly impacts our physical health. Our home’s air quality depends on the cleanliness of our homes, and often, using chemical ridden products creates an even more toxic environment, as much as they may ‘disinfect.’
Furthermore, organized and clean homes have been proven to improve mood and productivity. So really, you can’t lose when it comes to spring cleaning! Except…I guess…spending your free day cleaning.
That’s why we’re here. We want to make the time you spend cleaning as short as possible…because let’s face it, you’d probably rather be doing pretty much anything else.