Many people’s homes are not as clean as they think. How about you, do you have a clean home? This means a dirt-free home, not just one that has the clutter removed. If you spend all of your time moving the clutter around your home but never truly performing real cleaning tasks, you don’t have a clean house. What does real cleaning mean? It’s when you are dusting, vacuuming, mopping or otherwise removing dirt from your home. Yes, getting rid of clutter is important and is the only way to clean all areas of your home, but cleaning is just as important.
Get Rid of Germs
Dirt is all over your home, even if you cannot see it. Dirt translates into germs in areas such as the kitchen and bathroom. These germs can put your health at risk. Careful attention needs to be paid to these areas to make sure that all germs are removed. In these rooms, pay careful attention to all of the little nooks and crannies, such as faucet handles, stove knobs, toilet seats and toothbrush holders. These are the areas that often get overlooked, yet contain the largest amount of bacteria.
Do you suffer from allergies? Then you have even more reason to thoroughly clean your home. Moving clutter out of the way won’t stop you from sneezing or having respiratory issues. Getting rid of the dust mites, carpet fibers and mold will help you to minimize your allergic reactions though. This should be incentive enough to want to clean your house often.
Finding the Time
You might be thinking that you do not have time to get all of the necessary cleaning done. I will beg to differ though. Everyone has a busy life, but we all must find the perfect balance in order to have the order that we desire around our home along with the busyness that our lives entail. How is it possible? All it takes is breaking down your cleaning chores into smaller chunks and cleaning every, single day. That might not sound like something that you want to try or even sound like it will help with your time management. But if you follow my simple method, you will find that you can clean every day and still have the time for your busy life.
Want to learn more about my cleaning method and how I can help you keep your house clean, not just decluttered every day? Check out my book “Clean House: Easy Time Saving Tips for a Clean Home” and enjoy your clean house!