The end of summer means the start of a new school year, and the transition is bound to occur with its fair share of growing pains. Don’t sweat the small messes, and learn to take advantage of your weekends with these tips.
Gather Your Tools
Before you begin, gather everything you will need in one place. Whether you’re cleaning one room or several, it’s important to put everything together so that you don’t waste any time. After all, your weekends are precious.
Method to the Madness
Remember to work smarter, not harder. All professional house cleaners have a method to their madness. Before you begin, it’s important to map out a gameplan of how you’re going to tackle each project. Do you have laundry to do? Since it takes awhile to run, start the load first before scrubbing the floors or doing the dishes.
Sanitation is Key
If you’re cleaning multiple rooms or areas, remember to keep sanitation in mind. Wear gloves and use sterile tools to clean surfaces. A surface may look clean, but it could be crawling with bacteria if you use a dirty sponge.
Cleaning products are expensive, so it’s important to be conservative when using each product. Read the bottle or container carefully, and use only the recommended amount of product each time.
Your children may be tired from their first month back at school, but it doesn’t mean that they can’t lend a helping hand. Assign simple chores to each one of your children as a way to speed the process up.
Call Misty Clean
If your home is looking a little less than tidy, Misty Clean can help! We offer professional cleaning services throughout the Anne Arundel area, Howard County, downtown Baltimore, and Baltimore County. We are happy to provide you with a great one-time cleaning, stop by once or twice a week, or just swing by in the spring and fall to clean up your home. We have a great deal of expertise in cleaning homes and businesses, so trust us with restoring your home to rights. If you are ready to get your home Misty Clean, give us a call at (410) 255-4111 or visit us online. For more cleaning tips and tricks, follow us on Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest.