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6 Areas Most Commonly Overlooked When Cleaning

October 11, 2017

For most people, cleaning isn’t on the top of the list of enjoyable pastimes, so when we clean, there may be spots in our homes that we overlook, or don’t really clean on a regular basis. Some of these areas, however, are prime targets for grime and filth, and actually should be cleaned often. Here is a list of some of the places you might want to be more mindful of on cleaning days. The Washer If you open the lid of the washing machine and could pass out from the smell, you’ve got a problem. Your clothes are probably not being cleaned as well as they should be, and that smell could be transferred to your clothing. Most washers…

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Your Curtains Are Holding More Than Just Dust

October 3, 2017

Curtains are often the showpiece of a room, but they have the propensity for getting really bogged down with dust and dirt. Often we don’t pay enough attention to curtains and drapes when we’re cleaning. Little critters such as dust mites like to hide in drapes and curtains. If you do happen to shake them out or vacuum them one day, you may find yourself in a cloud of dust, dirt, and if you have pets, pet dander. At this point, you have a few options: take them down and wash them (or have a carpet and upholstery company come in to do the job); have them dry cleaned; or, if they’re in really rough shape, replace them. Before they…

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4 Ways Cleaning Benefits Your Health

September 25, 2017

Research has shown a definite correlation between a clean home and a clean bill of health. Apparently, people whose homes are clean experience less stress and fatigue generally. General angst can be reduced by getting rid of clutter, and decreased angst means decreased risk of illness. Following are four other ways that keeping a clean home can increase your overall health. Less Allergy Symptoms When carpets and furniture are never vacuumed or dusted, your home can become rife with dust mites and pet dander, not to mention mold, which can cause untold allergic reactions. And not cleaning places that could be damp, like basements, can make asthma symptoms worse, too. The more things you have in your house, the harder…

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