How to Clean Your Home

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Christine with Merry Maids teaches us how to keep your home clean.

    Christine: Hi! I'm Christine with Merry Maids. Today, I am going to be teaching you how to clean your home. To keep a clean home, it is important to stay on top of some necessary tasks. In this video, I'm going to teach you how often those tasks need to be completed.

    First, a clean house typically requires some daily maintenance. In this video, we'll cover those things that need to happen more than once a week. Then whether you decide to do all of your weekly cleaning tasks on the same day each week or focus on a room or two each day, you need to know which tasks need to happen weekly to every two weeks.

    Next, find out more about those cleaning tasks that need to happen about once a month. And then to have a thoroughly clean house, you will not want to miss those cleaning tasks that probably don't need to be done every month, but do need to occur between quarterly and once or twice per year.

    Next, whatever cleaning schedule you're working on, there are few tips for getting the cleaning done effectively and efficiently. Then you can use common household products to make green cleaners for your home.

    Lastly, if you appreciate with cycling, you will be happy to learn that there are some items in your home that can be recycled to help with cleaning. Safety is always important when cleaning your home. Be sure to have protective eyewear and always wear protective gloves when handling chemicals.

    Make sure you're using a stepladder when trying to reach those hard to reach spots and be aware of the chemicals and your surroundings. Make sure to always keep product away from small children and pets.

    Before we get started, let me tell you a little bit about Merry Maids. We are the largest home cleaning network in North America with more than 600 offices across the United States and Canada. We have been cleaning since 1979 and have learnt all of the tricks of the trade. Today, I'm going to teach them to you.

    Okay, let's get started.