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If everyone could come home to a clean house, they would take it in a heartbeat. But most people, even when they have the time to clean, don’t experience it daily. Not with kids, not with pets, not with the busyness of life, work, and finding a balance. It really is a full-time job that is unpaid and under appreciated (and one that few truly enjoy.) A amid service is a great way to clean your home. Unless they are a live-in service, you will still find a messes around the house when in between cleaning visits. But hope is not lost, there are some things you can do between your home cleanings.
Roommates, spouses, and kids can learn a thing or two about picking up after their selves, and you may have to be the teacher.
If you keep your garage organized already, you are in great shape. But make sure you sweep and keep it free of dust, dirt even though you may not use your garage much. A clean garage helps keep that dirt, dead bugs, food remnants, and anything else you may drop on your way in, out of your house!
We all know it would be much more comfortable (especially in winter) to sit and brush Rufus by the toasty fireplace, but you could save yourself even more time and hassle by brushing him outside.
Changing your air filters is an important way of keeping your family healthy and breathing more deeply. Hopefully no one smokes in your household; an air filter can help with that a little, but it really is vital in keeping dust, allergens, and dirt from redistributing through your ventilation.
The obvious way to keep a cleaner home is to keep the clutter and dirt at the door. It may sound impossible, but a little retraining the brain and you may succeed Shoes offer at the door, bags and backpacks in their place, and please just put things back as you go. A little can go a long way when it’s consistent.