If you want a truly clean home, dress for success
Category: Professional Cleaning
Next time you hire professional cleaners, or even just see them in action in an office, check out what they're wearing. Chances are they will be 'dressed for success' - cleaning success, that is.
Of course, if you're just sticking to the usual household chores, then chances are you won't be a hazmat suit or a protective mask. However, you will be on your knees or reaching up to high places, so consider investing in some sturdy kneepads, and swap the slippers or Uggs for a pair of supportive shoes.
Similarly, though you probably won't be using anything stronger than standard supermarket cleaning products, you should still wear gloves - especially when cleaning the bathroom or the grimier parts of the kitchen - and, if you are going to be using bleach, some cheap but effective goggles will help keep your eyes protected.
Additionally, an apron can often be a good investment, helping to protect your clothes while also allowing you to have your sprays and brushes to hand as you clean the house.
Most savvy homemakers have a special cleaning outfit, just like professional cleaners do. Not only will putting together such an outfit mean that you only ruin one set of clothes, it can also help you get in the right frame of mind for getting the chores done. Think of it as your cleaning uniform - once you put it on, it's time to get to work!
But then, if you really don't want to get stuck in and risk ruining your best casual clothes, perhaps it is best to call in the professionals yourself and watch them, uniforms and all, take care of all the tiresome chores while you get on with something more enjoyable.
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