Welcome to our blog where we’ll share the last three healthy cleaning habits to kill those nasty germs.

The previous blog shared these tips:

  • Use products from around the home.
  • Remember that it’s not about the scent.
  • Clean with quality, not quantity.

To continue…

3. Keep the area ventilated.

If you just can’t stay away from the store-bought, chemically enhanced cleaning products, make sure you keep yourself healthy by opening a window in the room you’re cleaning. We’d even go so far as to say you should wear a mask and rubber gloves when using toxic products such as bleach. If there’s no window in the room you’re cleaning, turn on a fan to get the air moving.

2. Hire the professionals for the big jobs.

There are certain things that can be more damaging to an individual’s health, and a professional has the right tools to get the job done safely. Our expertise is green carpet cleaning. We believe in the power of water and technology, which is why we’ve patented our green carpet cleaning process in Las Vegas. We use a special wand that removes more than half of the residue left over by standard carpet cleaning wands that you may be able to purchase at the store.

1. Use elbow grease.

Cleaning thoroughly in a healthy way boils down to the fact that you may need to spend an extra minute scrubbing instead of blasting the area with nasty chemicals. Sure, the chemically enhanced cleaning products may only take a fraction of the time, but that is time you are taking off of your healthy life in the long run. You can keep that time on your life by using products from around the house that are safe while putting in a little extra effort to get the job done right.

In the grand scheme of cleaning your home, you’ll be happy to know that following these six healthy cleaning habits will save you health and money. We know you can handle five of these six habits, so let us take care of the sixth. Use the form to the right to schedule an appointment for professional, green carpet cleaning for your Las Vegas home today.