In cleaning, as in life, good things take time
Category: Professional Cleaning
In fact, a rushed job can often make things worse, not better. In particular, there are a few household chores where it really does pay to take your time to ensure you get the job done properly.
Take cleaning your carpets, for example. It's very tempting to just scrub away as fiercely and as swiftly as possible. However, as all cleaning professionals know, the secret here is to blot not scrub. Not only will this allow you to achieve a deeper clean, it's far less likely to ruin your carpet or rug.
Similarly, most of us just scrub away on windows, using large circular motions to get the job done as quickly as possible. Again, patience is key here, with slow, steady horizontal movements, followed by slow and steady vertical movements the key to getting a window sparkling clean without leaving behind any streaks.
And finally, many household cleaners are designed to be left to do their job for an hour or two, a quick spray and wipe won't get the job done. This means you need to take the time to read the labels before you buy any new products, or do your homework online before you put them to use, plus you will need to follow their instructions to the letter to get the best results.
While this may mean investing extra time in the household cleaning routine - and may mean you would be best off hiring some professional cleaners - the results will be more than worth it. In cleaning, as in life, good things come to those who wait.