Give Yourself a Break

Posted on February 28, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Picture of a clean room by rubenerd (flickr)Are you one of those people who will never hire a housecleaning service on a regular basis?  Maybe you  just don’t trust anyone in your home,  or don’t want to spend the money, like doing it yourself or at the least… find it endurable.

Still, you should think  about getting a professional maid service to come into  your home at least once or twice a year to do a detail cleaning.   A detail clean is just that; the details!  (Where the devil is).  It is typically a top to bottom thorough cleaning that concentrates on removing buildup of grime and dust,  especially in kitchen and bathrooms and any build up of dust throughout the home.

Sponge & Sparkle washes down doors and molding,  windowsills, baseboards, and woodwork.  We can even bring in our steam cleaner (especially good for allergy sufferers) which cleans and sanitizes without chemicals and leaves a wonderful fresh smell.

Detail cleaning is the kind of cleaning that no one has time to do anymore – it’s hard enough to just keep up with the relentless everyday  grime.  Even if you are keeping up with the cursory cleaning and things are neat and tidy,  the  deeper dirt is there – you just don’t notice because it is “undisturbed.”

You will find that after this cleaning  it is much easier to do the upkeep cleaning  and your home will stay cleaner  longer!

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Raina Raflo owns Sponge & Sparkle, Atlanta’s oldest and most reputable independent maid and house cleaning service. (404) 633-9652.

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