As a child I was told that purity is with God. I believe that when used this word in a sermon in 2022, he meant purity of the soul, not the human body or the environment. But people still care about cleanliness and especially around the house.
Working in the cleaning industry for almost 20 years has given me the opportunity to inspect people’s homes. I’ve seen equipment so clean you’re afraid to step into it, and again where it’s difficult to navigate the room.
I accept that people are in the middle of a crisis
They are ashamed to teach me, but they are very happy to be in such situations. I think these people are not lazy and not clean because their kitchen and bathroom are not clean. They clean places that need cleaning, but these are warehouses, they don’t know what to throw away and what not.
The owner of this organized house, where everything is in its place, cannot live in chaos. It doesn’t make them organized in the midst of chaos; it means they try to keep their house in order.
Now the two described situations are, of course, very serious. Fortunately, many people live in the middle and struggle to keep their homes clean. Some are traditionally cleaned every week, others when dust and dirt are no longer tolerable. But what do people enjoy and how often should they be cleaned?
Much of the answer to this question depends on where you live.
If you live near a highway in a city or in a dusty country, your house may need more sand than if you are near a forest or river. Dusting is always necessary for the dust and soil floating in the air to settle. I have noticed over the years that after about 10 days you can see dust on the furniture, especially on the shiny parts. So only once in two weeks if necessary.
The bathroom and kitchen are a different story. In these places, cleanliness is practiced for the sake of cleanliness rather than beauty.
Appliances stove and sink in the kitchen
Clean it at least once a day to avoid contamination. You need good soap. Daily cleaning with soap and warm water is sufficient. All you need to do is remove any remaining bacteria that could contaminate your next meal, eliminating the need for cleaning and soap. It is advisable to wash the front and back of the cabinet around the sink and oven at least once a week. This not only cleans the kitchen, but also prevents the accumulation of dirt.
Everyone agrees that the bathroom is not safe. Of course not. Since you clean in this room yourself, these things are used to keep the room clean. But soap builds up and needs to be removed. Warm and humid conditions are also a good breeding ground for mold, so regular Rengøringshjælp will help keep mold at bay. Bacteria grow in the toilet and this is caused by bad water. A few layers of a good product and turning the dish at least twice a week will keep the area fresh.
Dust is the biggest problem in the bathroom.
It comes out of the shoes when you dig and sticks to the sediment-covered surface. This means that weekly or even bi-weekly cleaning of the toilet and floor tiles and the exterior will fix the dust and make the bathroom shine.
Bath tubs, socks and tubs should be thoroughly washed at least once a week. Accumulated soap must be removed. A good oil-based cleanser will remove dirt and stubborn stains. Both the tank and tub can have unsightly lines called tide marks that can be easily seen if not cleaned regularly.
The entire floor should be swept regularly.
It does more than remove dust from carpets or hard surfaces. Cleaning the floor can remove the eggs. Before air conditioning was used regularly, a home was often a place to live, especially if there were pets on the property. The power of the blower prevents contamination.