On-going residential cleaning, or preventative cleaning, is the difference between the dreaded weeklong spring cleaning chores and the quick tidy before having a few friends over. Why call it “preventative cleaning” you might ask? Well, it prevents you from suffering through Spring-cleaning, for one. Additionally, it prevents the kind of dirt build up that takes some serious elbow grease. It prevents germs from having the time to make camp in your home, and the ominous “I’ve got to clean” mood from setting in.
Procrastination is normal, especially when it comes to housework and Spring-cleaning. Avoid having to do it all with preventive cleaning routines and chores. Even if you think you’ve reached everywhere, it’s good to have a professional company come in every few months. This will leave your home or office in pristine condition.
Preventative cleaning routinely attacks mess and clutter, replacing bad moods with happy and peaceful ones! In its prevention, it allows for the thrill of the laughter of friends over orange juice and quiche or the relaxation found in a comfortable blanket and a good book.
“The ritual of Spring Cleaning dates way back and is more significant in the parts of the world where the winters are long and dark. When the summer season is on its way, you need to shake the gloom of winter off, and prepare for the brighter season. It has both a physical and psychological bearing. In a health perspective you need to clear out the dust and dirt to avoid sicknesses, such as asthma and allergies. Naturally you need to clean during the winter season as well, for the same reason, but it is easy to overlook the dirt when it is dark and you’re drowsy. Psychologically the winter gloom represents stagnated energy and things undone. Springtime is the time for new beginnings; physically you let go of useless stuff, clean, and open up the house for the air and the light; psychologically you make room for new ideas and projects”
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Don’t dread the annual Spring-cleaning days when you can sit back and have a regularly scheduled cleaning done.