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Shrewsbury Corona Virus Spring Cleaning – A "How To"
Spring has sprung, and with the weather warming up, it’s time for one of the busiest times of year for those in the cleaning business: the annual rite known as spring cleaning. It’s time to let in some fresh air, clear out the cobwebs, and deep-clean everything. But for those who don’t clean for a living, the task can seem pretty overwhelming: especially these days with the Corona Virus taking charge of just about every aspect of life. Forget about the "old days" with a choice of cleaning whole house or playing with the kids. Now, every tak ahs a "pre-thought": how to tackle this homeowners task in light of the Corona virus fears. We get it. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. After all, there’s no rule that you have to do all of your spring cleaning in one day or even one weekend. ALL CLEAN advises breaking spring cleaning up into little tasks can make a daunting job seem a lot more manageable—and taking every precaution advisable given the current quarantine and/or "stay at home" advice.
Do Just One Thing
Think about all of the little messes all over your house. Now, pick one, and go clean it up. Maybe it’s that sink full of dishes that have been piling up. Perhaps it’s the water-spotted bathroom mirror. Maybe it’s the table where you tend to throw your junk mail until it starts to slide off of the pile and onto the floor. Or maybe it’s the junk drawer: Come on, you know you have one, that one drawer we all have where all sorts of random junk tends to end up, from tape measures to butcher’s twine to thumbtacks to tweezers. These are now traps for CORONA virus germs that can have serious health impacts, so it it critical that these "regular old areas" now be scrutinized for contamination.
Going It On Your Own
ALL CLEAN also advises a divide-and-conquer approach if you are taking care of the chores yourself. You might assign each family member one room to clean. Or you could give each person one chore, like cleaning all of the windows in the house or vacuuming all of the rugs. Better yet, involve the kids by making a game out of cleaning. You might have them race to see who can fold the most laundry (neatly, please!) by the time the basket’s empty, or see who can find the most expired foods to pull out of the fridge. All the while with a keek focus on the impact of that particular task in light of the new clean paradigm of CORONA Virus awareness. Or you could send them on a scavenger hunt through the house: Give them a list of things to get rid of, such as a broken toy, a too-small shirt, a dried-out pen, and a piece of junk mail, and see who can collect everything you need to throw out the fastest.
If you don’t want to do any of this, then your next solution would be to Call ALL CLEAN: (508) 770-9933.
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