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Good Housekeeping

 

 

.................................................................................................................... . . . . .. .      . . . . . . . .    . . . . . .    . . .     . .   ORGANIZED CLEANING................    Many people find that frequent, systematic light cleaning has advantages over periodic upheaval.  For one thing, the continuous cleaning process is far easier on household surfaces.  It minimizes the need for scrubbing that causes unnecessary wear and tear on wall, floor, and furniture finishes.  In addition, dust on wooden surfaces, as well as on upholstery, draperies, and so forth, may be easier to remove before it builds up and combines with other soil such as body oils and tiny airborne droplets of cooking grease.  Frequent vacuuming will also minimize the need for professional cleaning.  Some find it easier to do a chore or two a day rather than let tasks accumulate and become overwhelming.

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Sources:  How to Clean Practically Anything (Consumer Reports Books)  & Betty-Anne's Helpful Household Hints  (Ventura Books)