Traditionally we have always been a nation that likes to give our homes a “spring clean” once the winter is over. So, people would open their windows wide, roll up their sleeves and give every room in the house a thorough clean in preparation for the summer months, dusting, vacuuming and washing down paintwork as they went. How anyone found the time to go through the whole house is puzzling. Nowadays many people just do the absolute minimum to make it look acceptable on the surface. However, ridding your home of dust and dirt really does make sense, particularly to those suffering from asthma or a dust allergy but what’s the best way to go about it?
Start at the top of your home and work your way down, so if you have a loft room then this is the place to begin. Open the window to let in lots of fresh air as you work and if you have the time, sort out your possessions as you go. After all what’s the use in holding on to things you don’t need any more? Make sure you clean well into the corners and up to the skirting boards. The Numatic Henry vacuum cleaner is ideal for this with its full set of tools to enable you to reach all corners of the room. It comes with easy to change HepaFlo bags to contain the dirt and dust and a long reach 10 metre cable. Make sure you also have plenty of spare bags for your Henry which come in packs of 10.
You’ll also need to thoroughly dust the rooms as well and the easiest and most efficient way of doing this is to either use a damp duster which can be washed after use or a disposable static duster you can throw in the bin after use, and if you work through your home in this way you’ll have a clean home to start the summer.