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You want to clean but you’re having a hard time getting started—if this is you, you’ve run head-on into a complete lack of motivation. It seems like the more something needs to be done, the harder it is to find the motivation to do it. Time is short and your to-do list is long, but finding the motivation for house cleaning will be a great boost to your relaxation and confidence in your house when you finish.

If your schedule is crammed too tightly for house cleaning and your options are to skip cleaning or skip important time with your family and friends, a call to cleaning services might be the right first step for you. If not, keep reading after the jump to get some tips on how to get motivated to clean.

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How safe is your home? When you ask a question like that, most people talk about the locks they have on their doors or how recently they changed their fire detectors. How often do you think of house cleaning  as an important step in house safety?

The answer is probably not too often, but keeping the house clean yourself or with the help of a maid service can actually improve the safety and health of you and your family.

Falls, Trips, and Your Not-So-Funny Bone

A room full of clutter, boxes, or displaced furniture is a skinned knee or sore elbow waiting to happen. The more clutter you have, the less floor space, and that makes you more likely to trip or fall over things in your home.

If you’ve ever accidentally hit your funny bone or knee on your desk, cabinet, or other object, you know how much it hurts, and no one wants that discomfort.

If you are a reluctant housekeeper, you might dread that list of chores you know is waiting for you. While hiring a maid service is really helpful at cutting down on that list, there will always be those household tasks you’ll have to do There’s got to be a way to make house cleaning just a little less boring, right?

Here’s a few ideas for making the time you spend cleaning a little more enjoyable:

Mix the things you hate to do with the things you like to do. There’s always that one chore or two you absolutely can’t stand, but there’s probably a few you like, too. Folding laundry and sweeping are tasks I don’t mind, but dusting and vacuuming stinks!

It’s a natural tendency to put off the things you don’t like to do, but then you just end up with a bunch of chores you hate to do, and you might not get everything finished. Instead, stick something you like to do between a few of the tasks you’d rather skip.

House Cleaning Manassas

A made bed pulls an entire bedroom together, bringing the attention right where you want it to be. Depending on how you want your bedroom to look and feel, there are some great tips for making your bed look as beautiful as it is comfortable.

The best maid services make the bed for you while cleaning, but how can you keep that fresh look all the time? Here are some ideas!

>> Use good sheets. I love good cotton sheets, but you should pick the ones you like the best, clean them well, and air them out when you can. There’s nothing like climbing into a bed with clean, comfortable sheets!

>> Pull the fitted sheet tight. Are you a toss-and-turner, or do you sleep with one? If you do, this is especially important for you. When you put your fitted sheet on, make sure you pull those corners down tight and tuck them under the mattress.

Carpet CleanerDirty floors unfortunately tend to grab someone’s attention, so keeping the floors—and especially, your carpets—looking great will boost your home’s overall appeal.

If you’re in need of a good carpet cleaning, check with local housekeeping services to see what they offer in addition to regular maintenance cleaning. If you just need to maintain between cleanings, here are a few carpet maintenance tips:

When you are expecting a house full of guests, you might feel a bit intimidated by the cleaning that lies ahead. Find a maid service to help, or focus on the things that matter most if you are going to clean on your own.

Where will your guests eat?

Whether you have a large Thanksgiving table planned, a small gathering around a kitchen table, or family and friends spread out across couches and chairs in the living room, you’re going to want to focus first on the room in which your guests will eat.

ContainersTaking on an organization problem looks intimidating, but breaking it down into easy, manageable steps you can use to clean and maintain every day will have you looking at an organized house in no time.

BathroomYour bathroom might be one of the most used rooms in your home, but is probably also the one hardest to keep clean. With so many people and so many purposes for one room, keeping up with everything might seem overwhelming. Good cleaning services can clean and disinfect your bathroom, but there are some steps you can take to keep it looking great between cleanings.

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When it comes to general housekeeping we all tend to overlook one area of our home--the closet. That is the space where we usually cram all the items we aren't sure about. Then we can never find what we are looking for and we think to ourselves "this closet is a disaster." You can transform all your closets into sleek, well organized areas. Before you start clearing each closet, set your mind on what you are using each one for like clothes and accessories, a linen closet, or extra storage space.

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